Naxos Barefoot Package


  • Wander in Naxos, the island of the Gods
  • Discover the glorious countryside
  • Enjoy the crystal waters in some of the most wonderful beaches of the Mediterranean
  • Visit the Venetian Castle and the Old Town
  • Taste the local flavours of Naxos
  • Admire the famous statue of Kouros
  • Take pictures at the most famous spot of Naxos, Portara, the Temple of Apollo
  • Best known for its long sandy beaches
  • Enjoy delicious local food, taste excellent local wine
  • Admire the medieval village of Apeiranthos


Naxos is a Greek island in the South Aegean, the largest of the Cyclades island group. Its fertile landscape spans mountain villages, ancient ruins and long stretches of beach. Get lost in Naxos Chora, the regional capital, and get acquainted with the historical and cultural heritage of the area, expressed in the region’s castles, churches, houses, museums and villages. The time to discover land’s natural and excessive beauty has arrived! Naxos is one of the most prosperous agricultural islands in Cyclades, specializing in cheesemaking, olive oil and wines.

The island promises an unforgettable experience to all visitors and a story to narrate. Naxos has rich cultural activity especially during the summer, with plenty of Traditional festivals and cultural events, which includes a variety of art exhibitions and concerts among other events. The average minimum temperature in September, is usually recorded during the night and is 20°C. September is a dry month. It rains on average a total of 1 day. The average maximum daytime temperature lies around 25°C. September is known as one of the best months to visit Naxos and a great period for swimming and other water activities.

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From € 235, per person in double occupancy room - Duration 4 days / 3 nights

  • Seasonality April to October. Price is indicated for September.

What’s included:

  • Ferry tickets to / from Naxos in Economy class
  • 3 nights accommodation in 3* hotel in Naxos with breakfast
  • Detailed itinerary created by our Travel Designers
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  • Day 1


    Departure from Piraeus port and arrival in Naxos. Settle in your room and then we suggest you plunge into the pool and get some rest.

    In the evening, take a walk in Old Town, called Chora, the fortified town with the cobble-stone alleys and the Venetian walled houses, where the narrow backstreets and the galleries, the catholic churches and the fortifications have created a unique mixing of Cycladic and Mediaeval architecture. For dinner, we highly recommend Metaxi Mas restaurant, an ode to Mediterranean cuisine.

  • Day 2


    Enjoy your breakfast and spend your free day discovering the town. The Chora of Naxos offers many great attractions. You can wander in the Old Town and reach the impressive Castle which was built by the Venetians. The archaeological museum is also within the castle, as well as the Orthodox and Catholic Cathedrals.

    We recommend you go close to Sunset hour to Portara, Naxos’ most famous landmark. Portara is the entrance to an unfinished temple, probably in honour to God Apollo, while others believe it would be dedicated to God Dionysus. In the evening, we suggest you make a visit in Naxos old town, where you could walk through the traditional alleys of the island, visit secret spots and dine inside the Old Town.

  • Day 3


    Let us introduce you to the most iconic beaches of Naxos. These are located on the western side of the island, which is also the most touristy developed part. Agios Prokopios beach is one of the most popular beaches of the island with its crystal-clear waters and a wide variety of choices for everyone who love watersports. You continue your wandering to the Village of Plaka.

    The village is built by a picture-perfect cove with a lovely beach. See also the ruins of the ancient tower on Palaiopyrgos location, near Agios Matthaios beach. In Plaka beach, with the magical sea view, you could have your lunch or dinner in Meltemi restaurant and taste traditional Greek flavours made with the best ingredients from Naxos.

  • Day 4


    Last Day in Naxos! Time for check-out, departure from your hotel and head to the port of Naxos. Before you go, you can stop at local stores and shop products like cheese, olive oil, liqueurs and wines, even Naxian soap. Taste a last lunch in the Chora of Naxos and in the afternoon leave for Piraeus with the best memories from Naxos!

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