Aghia Anna Hotel

84300, Greece
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few last tips/advice before i book

by ozbod

first off , thanks for all the help on my previous post its much appreciated, so im in the uk and im limited to kosmar as a tour operator, toyed with the idea of making my own way but girlfriend dosent fancy it{fair enough} anyway long story short weve decided on naxos and narrowed the search down to 3 studios in i think? 2 different areas??.. first is sunny beach studios which i think is in aghios georgios second is ikaros studios which what ive read is st georges beach possibly near aghios georgios????? last possibility is annita studios which i think is in aghia anna??? so ive done some research on these 3 and they all sound good but no one seems to say where they are located i.e noise/ busy roads clubs playing music til all hours etc?? i really like the sound of ikaros studios but im a bit worried about how close it is to naxos town or do i need not to worry? as a rule we avoid the towns and busy nightlife but still like bars tavernas at night but no nightclubs etc places weve been before and liked include, skala potimia in thassos, skala in kefalonia, lindos in rhodes,kefalos in kos,skiathos town, tsvilli in zante,hanioti in halkidiki, places didnt like inc falaraki in rhodes, kardamena in kos..sure you get the picture.. any advice on the studios resorts ot there situations etc and there location to naxos town will be much appreciated, sorry to bang on but you get a picture in your mind of somewhere and i just want to get it right before i book...thanks spencer

Re: few last tips/advice before i book

by ozbod1

yeah cheers ive googled them all and also been on trip advisor im just thinking the more advice/info the better...thx

Re: few last tips/advice before i book

by gfinesilver

i just want to see the results of this one as i'm heading to naxos soon too.

Re: few last tips/advice before i book

by gfinesilver

wouldn't you consider this to be part of research? trust me, i'm doing other research as well.
i don't have a choice of hotel and activities are relatively specific. i will ask specific questions when they arrive and in the meantime it is interesting to hear what people say about others' questions

Travel Tips for Naxos Island

Apollonas.

by Maurizioago

This beautiful seaside resort is situated in the north of the island.

Not far from Apollonas and near the entrance of an ancient quarry there is a half finished "kouros". This is a very big statue (6th century B. C.) that should represents the god Dionisos.

Psili Ammos beach

by oriettaIT

While in Apiranthos I asked a bar tender which one was the best beach on the East coast of the island. He told me to go to Moutsona bay. We drove the scooter down a steep, narrow, curvy and not protected road for about 25 minutes but we did not liked Moutsona bay too much, so we kept going to the next one Psili Ammos bay, about 9 km South.

Psili Ammos is a half moon shaped bay with crystal clear shallow water and white sand. The sand form some nice dunes where cedar trees grow and provide some shade. One the right part of the beach (front at the water) there are some interesting rock formations to explore.

I do not remember for sure if there were beach rentals or taverna by this beach I probably was too tired for all that seating on the small scooter saddle and cooked by the sun!

Travel light

by songlines

One good sturdy suitcase on wheels because when you arrive in Naxos harbour you will have to walk from the ferry to where the taxis are waiting and this is about 5 mins walk.
One small rucksack that will be handy in all sort of circumstances and can hold all your immediate neccesities. If walking you will need a good walking boot as some of the terrain you may cover will be very rocky.
A sandal would be nice for the warmer weather and if walking around in town. Sunblock and arnica ointment for sore muscles. If using digital camera make sure you have enough disk space, if you run out like I did you can empty your card on a cd for 5 euro in the papershop on the promenade and you can fill your card all over again. In your rucksack while walking all you need is water. The island's water is very nice and you can easily get bottled water in towns but you need to take your supply for your walk as there are no shops on the usual walking trails. A small snack such as a banana is good if the walk takes you longer than a few hours. (talking from personal experience).
Sunglasses, sunhat. If you are a cotton hanky user then take some as when you walk in the wind (which we did), your nose and eyes will start to water a lot and you will need your hanky!

Naxos bus network

by SWFC_Fan

Buses (operated by KTEL), provide the island of Naxos with a reliable public transport network.

The main bus station, in Naxos Town, is located right by the ferry port. Across from here is a Tourist Information office where you can pick up an island-wide bus timetable for 0.20 Euros.

Tickets are purchased from the driver or from a conductor on board the bus.

The main route on the island is between Naxos Town and the beach resorts of Agios Prokopios, Agia Anna and Plaka. However, there are also less frequent connections between Naxos Town and a number of other villages on the island. Some of the smaller villages have just one or two bus connections with Naxos Town each day.....and these are usually early in the morning and late in the afternoon.

Buses connect Naxos Town with the following beach resorts and villages as follows (correct at May 2006):

Agios Prokopios, Agia Anna and Plaka

From Naxos Town: Daily at 08:00, 09:30, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:30, 16:00, 17:30, 19:00, 20:00 and 22:00.

To Naxos Town: Daily at 08:30, 10:00, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 15:00, 16:30, 18:00, 19:30, 20:30 and 22:30.

Filoti

5 daily buses each way.

Halki

5 daily buses each way.

Damarionas

5 daily buses each way.

Damalas

5 daily buses each way.

Sagri

5 daily buses each way.

Galanado

5 daily buses each way.

Aperanthos

4 daily buses each way.

Kouros/Melanes

3 daily buses each way.

Glinado

3 daily buses each way.

Tripodes

3 daily buses each way.

Agios Arsenios

3 daily buses each way.

All other villages have just one or two bus connections daily with Naxos Town.

The oldest Taverna in Naxos

by kia81 about Lucullus taverna

This is the oldest taverna in Naxos, it was established in 1908 and it's very famous for the great atmosphere, the ambience (very neat also in the details) and most of all for the food.
The food is typical but with some variants...for example they cook feta with honey and some local spices. Feta with honey and spices and feta cooked in the oven with tomatoes.

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