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These are reasonably complete ruins that take about 15-20 minutes to take in. It's easy to envision islanders from 2,500 years ago coming here. The small museum is worth the price of admission and the money helps keep this site in good shape.
This is a wonderful site, positioned in mountainous landscape in central Naxos. High on a plateau, amongst olive groves and farm land, you can understand why the ancient Greeks and those who came before them chose this site. Walking around the reconstructed facade and ruins,...More
This is a stunning site dating to 530 BCE, and is in quite remarkable condition considering its age and exposed location. The signs all around are easy to read and tell you about its origins and construction.
The site is in the middle of an...More
Demeter's Grotto will stretch the imagination. There is quite a substantial amount still surviving and unlike some sites it is possible to picture what the grotto would have been like. Well worth a visit
In the middle of agricultural fields stand the ruins of another temple built from marble. apparently Naxos exports 360,000 tonne per annum so there is no shortage of the stuff. The path is done with stone slabs with gaps so don't wear heels like some...More
Dimitra's Temple situated on top of a hill in the middle of an argiculture area. Dimitra was the goddess of agriculture in ancient Greeek times. This temple is unique as its 2 entrances (entrance or exit) are in the long side of the temple and...More
Very nice laid out ancient site in Naxos...not far from downtown Hora. There is also a museum, but we didn't hit that. Path to site and sitting area were both top-notch. Some of the best signage explaining the site and it's history of any spot...More