Useful Information

The options to reach Naxos island are by plane or by boat.

Coming by plane to Naxos

There are only national flights from EL.VENIZELOS Athens Airport, every day. Book in advance as there are only small planes of 40 seats.

If you decide to go by boat:

- The best way to come to Naxos is to flight to Santorini or Mykonos and get the first ferry to Naxos. It takes 2-3 hours and there are quite many daily connections.
- If you flight to Athens the most common route is from Piraeus port -> Paros -> Naxos. 5:30 hours. Some ferries make a stop at Syros as well before getting to Paros and Naxos.
- From Rafina Port, there are Catamaran ferries that do not carry vehicles and High-Speed boats that can carry vehicles. From Rafina it takes about 3-4 hours.

There are other ferries that connect Naxos to other islands like Crete, Ikaria and Samos as well as big ports of Greece like Thessaloniki. Such trips are usually once a week, depending on the season.

We recommend a rented car for your daily excursions on the island as to the nearby beaches. The public bus is not convenient to move around the island. If you are travelling in high season we recommend booking your car in advance.

We can arrange your car rental and pick it up either at the port on your arrival or at Faros at any time.

Daily expenses
. Bus fare: 2.60 Euro
. Taxi fare to airport: 25.00 Euro
. Taxi fare to town / port: 25.00 Euro
. Full meal per person: 9.00 -15.00 Euro
. Small car rent: 20.00-50.00 Euro (depends on the period)

Usefull telephone numbers

Calling from another country 0030

Police 22850 22100
Municipal Office 22850 22717
Port Authority 22850 22300
Archaeological Museum 22850 22725
Health Center 22850 23333, 22850 23676, 22850 23550
Pharmacies 22850 22241, 22850 23183
National Bank of Greece 2285022188
Agricultural Bank of Greece 22850 22818
Commercial Bank of Greece 2285022209
KTEL Buses 22850 22291
Taxis 22850 22444

Naxos Beaches

Naxos has many wonderful beaches and some of the best in Greece! There are several beaches, most of them with thin, white sand.

Naxos Cedar Forest

Faros Villa is located next to one of the eight cedar forests of Greece (Alyko- Naxos), protected are by the EU program Natura 2000.

Naxos Activities

Outdoor sports and activities are popular on Naxos, especially those that have to do with the ocean. Windsurfing, sailing, fishing, scuba diving, and beach volley ball are all very popular.

Naxos Villages

Naxos Island has over 40 villages to visit and most of them have their own distinct character and style.

Naxos History

Naxos is the largest island in the Cyclades and one of the most beautiful in Greece.

Useful Information

The options to reach Naxos island are by plane or by boat.