In the 21st century with its hordes of people clamoring to get to beautiful tourist spots, mountainous Naxos is like a jealously-guarded secret. Tourism has been fairly slow to develop on this Greek island offering exquisite green valleys and wide, open sandy beaches. The weather on Naxos is perfect from...
Wondering where to eat on Naxos? The best restaurants have a tables waiting right on a beach, by the seaside, along a quaint harbor and down the charming streets of the island's historic old town. (more…)
While hiking on Naxos, you'll traverse marbled paths, gorgeous hills and fragrant olive groves while admiring ancient sites tucked between quaint little villages. Here, nature is the show and Stella knows where every trail leads. (more…)
Chalki village in Naxos is one of my favorite island villages in Greece so far. I visited for one afternoon and left impressed by its beauty, the kindness of the residents and the great stories behind the small businesses that make up the charming historic town. (more…)
Popi's Grill, a traditional Naxos restaurant is the oldest family tavern on the island. I loved the setting of the restaurant, the delicious Greek specialties and the wonderful family that runs it with love and care. (more…)
The Portara of Naxos is a fantastic landmark, a colossal 2,500-year-old marble doorway that leads to nowhere. (more…)