The coastline of Naxos reaches 148 km. This fact makes it one of the most popular islands in Aegean Sea. One can find numerous of unexplored beaches as well as organized, a water sports variety or quite beaches for family recreation. All described by exceptional natural beauty. Some of the most famous beaches are Agios Prokopios, Agia Anna, Plaka, Mikri Vigla, Kastraki all with crystal clear waters and golden sands.
Naxos Rock Villas stand and invite guests to live the finest luxury accommodation in Naxos Island on the top of Stelida’s hills, with a magnificent sea view towards the port of Naxos island and the famous surfers’ bay of Saint George, nature has created a place of exceptional beauty: Pyrgos of Stelida, outstanding vertical rocks used as an observatory during the Byzantine and Venetian times next to an ancient quarry of silica, known for the hand crafting of tools and weapons by the first inhabitants of the island. According to archeologists Stelida’s hill has a geological rarity that has attracted people from a quite large area over very long time, potentially over a quarter of million years.
Just a breath away from the sandy beaches and Naxos town, Naxos Rock Villas is rightfully considered a little gem amongst the deluxe villas of the island. 900 meters from the most famous beach of the island, Saint Prokopios, 1 Klm from the international airport of Naxos and 1.5 Klm from the city of Naxos and the port, Pyrgos of Stelida with the unique beauty of the granite stones, smoothened and carved by the endless power of the wind, create a combination of nature, history and heritage. That is where Naxos Rock Villas stand and invite guests to live the finest luxury accommodation in Naxos Island.
Agios Prokopios beach located just 900m from Naxos Rock Villas, ranks as the island’s most acclaimed, surpassing all others in terms of distinctions earned, both from Greece and abroad. It has been rated as Greece’s third best beach and among Europe’s top ten. An enormous beach with coarse sand, the setting here includes sand dunes and crystal-clear waters whose color alternates from blue to deep blue and turquoise.
Agia Anna beach, a continuation of Agios Prokopios beach, ranks as one of Naxos’s most renowned coastal spots. During the 70’s and 80’s, Agia Anna beach was a major attraction for young tourists, Greek and foreign, seeking to camp at an unadulterated seaside spot. Though still a beautiful location, Agia Anna nowadays operates as an organized beach.
A favorite of the hippies in the 1960’s and 1970’s, Plaka beach remains one of the most attractive and popular on Naxos. An endless stretch of golden sand, with crystal-clear waters, it is a continuation of Agia Anna beach, with sand dunes adorned with sea lilies after August as a characteristic feature.