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It is approximately 30 minutes drive from the port of Naxos, seemingly in the middle of nowhere, but on the way you enjoy some scenic views of Naxos. The site it self could be worth much more if the authorities maintain it and develop it...More
It’s a nice drive to this temple. If you are into history then it’s a must. If not at least you get to see a bit of the island during the drive and some great views once there. Then it’s just another short drive to...More
We came here with our small group off the boat. It's in the middle of nowhere, and they have done an impressive job of repairing the damage of time while presenting the available information. Go there earlier in the day-- it can get hot here,...More
Older than the Acropolis (and a lot more difficult to find!) this small ancient ruin is well worth the treasure hunt. We went late afternoon after a few hours at Plaka Beach and had the whole place to ourselves! Incredible!
This little temple is hard to find (literally in the middle of nowhere), but worth the trouble. Beautiful landscape.
There are signs pointing towards "Temple of Demeter" and "Early Christian Basilica", but if you come along the main road from the east (e.g. from Halki),...More
When you visit Naxos and want to find archaeological vestiges, the first thing you do is to visit Portara and in second place you manage to find some of the kouros the island keeps. However, there are more interesting things you can see and a...More
Fairly small but interesting temple, reconstructed in parts to give an idea of what it would have looked like originally. Free entry and a lovely rural setting, worth the diversion to visit if you have a hire car.
We visited the site today [June 24, 2018] for the second time since our 1st visit seven years ago [and we have been coming back to Naxos every year since!].
The site has been improved, the archeological restoration has progressed and the scale of the...More