- Price: 25 euro per person
- Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
- No of participants: 10 pax Max. 40 pax
- Duration: 8 hours
- Language provided: Greek, English, German, French
- Transportation: Bus transfer upon departure and return.
- Starting time: 09:00hrs
- Ending time: 17:00 hrs
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Starting from Naxos town and through the valley of Tragaia, we stop at the village Halki with its mansions, the Byzantine church of Panagia Protothroni and the citrus distillery. Then we visit the Byzantine church of Panagia Drosiani, near the village of Moni, which is considered to be one of the oldest in the Balkans. We continue trhough the village Filoti, set amphitheatrically on the slopes of two hills at the foot of Mount Zas, is the largest of Naxiot villages. Mount Zas at an ultimate peak of 1,004 metres, is the Cyclades’ tallest mountain. It’s no wonder that Zeus, father of the mythical Greek Gods, would be raised here, while his son, Dionysus god of wine and merriment, would be raised here too, more specifically at a cave in the mountain known as Zas Cave. Next stop is Apiranthos village with its marble paved alleys and its 4 small museums: The Archaeological Museum , the Geological Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Folklore Museum. Passing by the villages of Koronos, Skado and Mesi, we arrive at the northern village of the island, Apollonas, where there is an unfinished Kouros statue. Time for lunch and swimming. We return to town by the northwestern costal road where we find the Tower of Agia, the monastery of Faneromeni (17th c) and the villages of Eggares where we visit a restaured olive press.