Coralli Beach Apartments
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We took a short ferry ride (1 hour) from Paros to Naxos and we noticed right away that Naxos island has a totally different feel and pace from Paros. Naxos city (also called Chora) is the largest city on the island with 6,500 residents and has been inhabited since 1000 BC. Just as you enter the port a huge marble arch greets you that is the former temple of Apollo. We were picked up at the ferry and drove a short distance to our ...
... of travelling during the off season, but the many advantages of travelling off season (no crowds, plenty of available accommodations, no need for restaurant reservations...etc) trump the few disadvantages. The next day the weather started to turn and it was getting quite stormy. We settled down and stayed in the town of Naoussa. We rented a car the following day to see the rest of the island. The car was handed over to us with a half a tank of ...
... night’s plans with a decision made that we would be going to Switzerland and bugger the backpacker budget we were going to enjoy ourselves.All this time inside did lead to a bit of cabin fever though and Brendon put on a rather hilarious but mostly uncoordinated dance rendition to the song Happy.
Out last morning in Naxos was brief with time for a sleep in and breakfast before our port ...
After a day at this beautiful beach we took a walk up the hill through the old town to a Venetian castle, the Tower of Sanoudos, built in 1207. It had a cistern that held enough water for the castle's needs for a year. We also went inside a Catholic Church and a Greek Orthodox Church. The view from the top was spectacular and the streets were tiny and ...
... part of the island on the first day, which took us up fairly high to the mountains, where we even saw a herd of goats being herded, by a guy driving a 4wd Toyota hilux. it was amazing, as you could hear the bells of the goat ringing around the winding roads, and then the sheep followed. we stopped and had lunch at a lookout, right near an old greek church, that overlooked the mountains and the ocean. it ...