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The island of Naxos has frequent boat and airplane connections with major Greek cities and other Greek islands.

By airplane

You can reach the island with daily flights from Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”.The airport is only at a 5km distance from the complex. You can also land on a nearby island (Santorini, Mykonos, Paros etc) and then take a ferry.

Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”: www.aia.gr - Tel. +30 210 – 35 30 000

Naxos Airport: Tel. +30 22850 – 23 292

By boat

From Athens (Piraeus port or Rafina) there are daily ferries to Naxos, such us ferry boat (6.30 hours), speed boat (5.30 hours) and High Speed (3.30 hours). You can also take the ferries from Santorini, Mykonos, Paros and other islands with an international airport. The port is located in Chora, the main town, 8km away from the complex.

From Naxos there are buses that depart every half hour to the beach of Plaka. The Blue Harmony Apartments located 150 meters away from the terminal bus station of Plaka’s beach.

Ferries in Greece: www.ferriesingreece.com – Tel. +30 211 8503006

Greek Ferries: www.greekferries.gr – Tel. +30 2810 529 000

Hellenic Seaways: www.hellenicseaways.gr – Tel. +30 210 41 99 000

Blue Star Ferries: www.bluestarferries.gr – Tel. +30 210 89 19 800

Piraeus port: Tel.+30 210 42 26 000 / 41 25 155 / 41 19 164

Rafina port: Tel. +30 22940 22 300

Naxos port: Tel. +30 22850 22 300

Useful telephone numbers and links:

TAXI: Tel. +30 22850 22 444

Police Station: Tel. +30 22850 22 100

Fire Department: Tel. +30 22850 32199

Hospital: Tel. +30 22850 23 333 / 23 550

Bus Station: www.naxosdestinations.com – Tel. +30 22850 22 291

Municipality of Naxos and the Small Cyclades: www.naxos.gr – Tel. +30 22853 60100

Forecast weather: www.meteo.gr

Naxos

In the heart of Aegean, Naxos is the biggest and most fertile island of the Cyclades. Its rich geographical relief has created dramatic changes of scenery. High mountains, fertile valleys, rivers, huge beaches, sand dunes with cedar trees growing on them, all existing harmoniously on this small piece of earth.

Plaka Beach

Further on from the beach at Agia(Saint) Anna is Plaka, a sandy beach several kilometers long. It is well protected from the northern winds and nature has endowed them with beautiful sands and clear waters. They have brought international fame to the area and are considered to be an ideal choice for swimming, sunbathing and summer sports.