Naxos is the largest island of the Cyclades island group in the Aegean Sea. It is a land mass of some 429 square kilometers making it large enough to be sparsely populated even during the peak of the tourist season.
Herodotus (circa 500 BC) describes Naxos as the most prosperous of the Greek islands.
Long beaches, medieval towers, lush valleys, timeless mountain villages and delicious local produce. All of these and more await on your holiday to Naxos, the island in the Cyclades that has it all.