With an area of 429 kmē Naxos is largest island in the Cyclades group in the Aegean. It is located 180 km to the southeast of Athens, not far away from Paros island. Naxos measures 23km from east to west and 32km from north to south. The main villages are Filoti, Apiranthos, Vivlos, Agios Arsenios, Koronos and Glinado. According to Greek mythology the young Zeus was raised in a cave on Mt. Zas. Naxos has been settled since since prehistoric times and has a number of ruins of ancient Greece of which the temple of Demeter is the most famous one. Today Naxos is a primary tourist attraction.
01 Naxos city 02 Tavern 03 Waterfront 04 Naxos city
05 Naxos city 06 Sunset 07 Portara temple gate at sunset 08  Agios Georgios near Amitis beach in Galini 09  Agios Georgios near Amitis beach in Galini
10 Pirgos Agia 11 Pirgos Agia 12 Apollonas 13 Kouros of Apollonas
14 Koronos village 15 Apiranthos village 16 Cemetery near Apiranthos 17 Cemetery near Apiranthos 18 Cemetery near Apiranthos
19 Temple of Demeter 20 Temple of Demeter 21 Temple of Demeter 22 Flowers
23 Old boat on  Agios Georgio beach 24 Old boat on  Agios Georgio beach 25 Agios Prokopios beach 26 Agios Prokopios beach 27 Agios Prokopios beach
28 Fishing boat in Naxos harbour 29 Portara temple gate 30 Kato Potamia church bells
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