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Agiassos Beach is amazing, very long and clean, with a yellow sand and transparent water, with very few people there even in the high season. It is a real paradise, especially good fit for families with small children.
It is a quiet beach - a nice taverna at the entrance. Highly recommend the taverna. You will need your own umbrellas etc for the beach. When we went it was pretty wavy, unlike what we'd seen in most pictures (even though it wasn't a...More
Naxos is blessed with the most superb beaches around the Cyclades. This one, long, shimmering and unspoiled by lounge chairs and umbrellas is a delight. And it offers an excellent little taverna nearby: the Panormitis. Don't miss it.
The sea is perfect for shallow bathing as there is a sand bank before it gets really deep!!
The sea bed is also perfect sand unlike other beaches in this area.
The beach itself it shingles with some larger rocks.
This beach is very secluded...More
The place is very quiet for swimming even during august, the left part of the beach is really beautiful, on the way you can see the main land of the island, with the Temple of Demetra. The restaurant Vrachia is fully recommended for lunch or...More
The water is quite shallow for maybe a hundred meters going out, and there is a sand bar, so very safe for small children. There are small round rocks in some places, but one can find good sandy places for getting in and out.
This beach is the best on Naxos. No sunbeds but 2km of sand, crystal clear water beautiful surroundings and a number of nice tavernas. couldnt ask for more from a beach! very safe for kids as shallow, sandy bottom no rocks at all. Also never...More
This beach is far of where tourists are staying on Naxos. And it shows. All in all during half a day here there were maybe 50 people. This feels more like a natural beach although there is a BnB/Hotel close by at one side, and...More