Liana Hotel

Address: Agios Prokopios, Naxos, Cyclades, 84300, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in Agios Prokopios, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Agios Prokopios

    Naxos

    A travel blog entry by hollyingram92 on Aug 06, 2015

    ... chocolate parfait, chocolate caramel and many more. So all in all a very relaxed time spent in Naxos. Oh except we are pretty sure the maid took €20 euros from each of us on the first day so we are now locking up our belongings. It was a very cute place, definitely somewhere to bring small children so who knows maybe one day we will be back together plus minions. I hope this week has been good for you and as relaxed as finishing your job and starting another can be. I love you ...

    The final bit

    A travel blog entry by marrol on Aug 05, 2015

    ... Express, a ferry ship whose misguided approach of the bay cost 83 lives 15 years ago. Another option was to go to the shore by dinghy, walk to Naoussa, rent a motor bike and go inform the Yacht services in person. But I felt I could not leave the boat behind and the next rental would probably be a long walk away. We could also ask one of the other boats around us, but then how could they help. Ideas came and went. I thought I should do this more often. The morning ...

    Schinoussa to Paros

    A travel blog entry by marrol on Aug 04, 2015

    ... out as much as possible to reduce the uplift, but still my body was pressed against the bottom of the hull. It was crusted with sediments, and scratched open the skin wherever one got in touch. C found me an old T-Shirt to limit the damage. I went down again with a similar result, not more than 10 seconds, but was able to cut the first rope. This was going to be a long and scary process. I asked G if he could help. He jumped in, joined me at the side of the boat and went down ...