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Naxos Port Information

Naxos is the biggest and most fertile island of the Cyclades islands. It is located south of Mykonos and east of Paros. When approaching the port of Naxos, you will be able to see the small islet Palatia on the left, where "Portara", the most famous attraction of Naxos is located. Portara is the gate of the ancient temple of Apollo. Chora, the capital city of Naxos, is in the same place where the ancient city had been built. The old City combines the traditional cycladic style with the Venetian influence. You can find restaurants and taverns, bars and places with live music, souvenir shops and many more.
In case you need more information about ferry departures and arrivals at the Naxos port you can call the port authorities at (+30 22850) 22300, 24549. You can also travel to Naxos by air.

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Getting to Naxos Port

  • You can easily find a taxi in Naxos and particularly in the port or wherever taxi stands are. The transfer cost is predetermined and differs from season to season. You can call a taxi at (+30 22850) 22444, 24331.
  • The itineraries of buses in Naxos are frequent during summer in order to serve the transportation needs of the visitors.Thus, there are itineraries from Chora to Agios Prokopios, Agia Anna, Apollona, Apiranthos, Halki, Filoti, Mikri Vigla, Moutsouna, Agios Arsenios, Plaka, Pirgaki, Sagkri, Tripodes and to other villages. The price of the bus tickets is very low and does not exceed the amount of 3€.
  • You can move more comfortably around the island by car so as to have access even to the most isolated areas or beaches that no bus goes. Naxos generally has a qualitative road network. If you prefer to rent a car instead of bringing your own one you can use the car search engine of FantasticGreece.com.
  • Finally, for trekking lovers there are paths which begin from the port and the central bus station and lead to various destinations in the interior of the island of Naxos.

Ferry Itineraries from Naxos

  • Conventional ferries and catamarans depart daily from the port of Piraeus in Athens and Rafina with heading to Naxos port . Moreover you can travel to other islands of the Cyclades, Dodekanisa and to Crete. The ferry itineraries are frequent and increased during summertime. The journey from Piraeus (Athens port) lasts 6 to 7 hours with a conventional boat and 2,5 to 3,5 hours with high-speed ferries. The price of the ferry tickets depends on the season and on the ferry type.
  • Ferry Itineraries of Blue Star Ferries are operated from Piraeus port to the islands of Paros, Naxos, Santorini and there is an additional ferry itinerary which includes the following destinations: Piraeus, Paros, Naxos, Donoussa, Egiali (Amorgos) and Astypalea.
  • Naxos is also connected to Piraeus port in Athens and Paros with NEL Lines ferries. GA Ferries depart from Piraeus to Paros, Agios Kirikos in Ikaria, Karlovassi in Samos and Vathi in Samos. Additionaly, ferries of the same ferry company operate itinerarries to Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Sikinos, Folegandros, Thira (Santorini) and Anafi.
  • Also, ferries of Sea Jets, Alpha Ferries and Hellenic Seaways depart from Rafina port to Tinos, Mykonos and Naxos.
  • Finally, NEL Lines ferries connect Lavrio port in Attica with Syros, Paros, Naxos, Amorgos and Kythnos.

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