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Naxos

Naxos is the largest island of the Cyclades archipelago, located in the southern Aegean Sea. Naxos is extremely popular Greek destinations because it offers a multitude of accommodation facilities, rich tourist offer, a valuable cultural - historical heritage and beautiful beaches and pleasant climate. Naxos is an island of interesting and rich history, in the past it was the seat of the Cycladic culture and is known for numerous Greek myths and legends. Naxos has large water supplies with which residents fed fertile soil, making it the most fertile Cycladic island.

The island has several larger and smaller settlements, and the largest place is the town of Naxos. Naxos is the main island town and port situated on the west side of the island. It has about 7300 inhabitants. The city is full of well-preserved Venetian houses and has many restaurants, taverns and shops. Near the city are the remains of a former Temple of Apollo. Within the city port is located a small marina Naxos, which provides a safe berth and connections for water and electricity supply.

Although has very indented coastline, Naxos is known for several beautiful beaches. The prettiest is certainly a large sandy beach of Plaka, located on the west coast of the island. Other attractive beaches are Agios Georgis, Agios Prokopis and Grotta. Naxos has an airport which connects island with Athens.