Princess of Naxos

Address: Chora Naxos, Naxos, Naxos, Cyclades, 84300, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Chora Naxos, Naxos, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Naxos

    Naxos

    A travel blog entry by hollyingram92 on Aug 06, 2015

    ... night at this bar called 520 which were really cool. I told you to look at the menu! The cycling was really funny. We hired a bike each for €6. We wanted quads but when we went into the shop there were these girls that had fallen off because their quad had stopped working so we just thought nooo. We wanted a good route and asked the lady in the shop and she said yes yes go north it's nice. Turns out that going north was essentially all up hill. It was worth it though, we ...

    The final bit

    A travel blog entry by marrol on Aug 05, 2015

    ... water was incredibly calm, leaving my thoughts crisp and undistorted. Then I called the Yacht service in Parikia again, around 9:15---now past the time that we had been expected there. A familiar voice answered and quickly realized what I had called for. It was Michaelis, and he was happy to hear that we were close by and told me to sit tight---they would come and help. C and I put the dinghy in the water and attached the engine. Parikia was less than 10 km away ...

    The Seven Labours of the Mediteranean Odyssey

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on May 09, 2015

    ... with a frieze, and any old car with a fluffy statue of any Greek or Roman God, and that's most of them, was accepted as a monumental ruin. When a God had two names, such as odysseus / Hercules, or Poseidon / Neptune, it was counted twice, if it appeared publicly on anything old. After six weeks of travel, we have met our target, and there are still many ruinous moments to go before we find peace in the Pellopenese.

    The path of the Argonaut is never an easy one!
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    Nirvana in Naxos

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Jul 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... for Mount Zeus ended up being a random turnoff on the road. Luckily we had asked the driver to let us know when it came up, so he stopped for us.

    Full of excitement we began our 5km uphill trek to the summit. The scenery was absolutely gorgeous, as our ascent began from above a huge valley full of ancient basilicas and wineries. As we ascended the terrain became quite rough, with fields of rocks covering the path. The only vegetation were thorny shrubs ...

    Day of rest

    A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19 on Oct 12, 2012

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... via seaside walkway. Saw the plane we will travel to Athens in tomorrow come in for landing. Prop jet -smallest one yet. Later saw it taking off again.

    Didn't want to get togs wet on our last day so went for a swim in my jocks. Didn't attract any interest from those on the beach. Water seemed a little warmer today. Cheryl kindly went back to unit to get towel for me. We sat on beach for a while taking in the view. Clouding over ...