Daily Cruises, with a comfortable wooden traditional vessel, start every day from Agia Anna Beach marina (the small port with fishing boats and opposite Gorgona Restaurant) at 9:30 am, traveling along the south coast of the island.
Your Greek island tour from Naxos begins with the beautiful enchanting colors of the sea & sky and the gentle breeze which heightens your senses.
Starting with Agiasos Beach, just to relish a of the total blue scenery surrounded by small green hills.
1st stop: the Chapel of Saint Sozon (“the one who saves”)
Here you will have time to explore the beautiful temple built upon steep Rocks and enjoy a dive. We will continue to Kalados bay, a long secluded sandy Beach, just for a glance.
2nd stop: (For 15 minutes ) the famous Rina’s Sea Cave
Here you can dive & snorkel in the aqua blue waters and explore the rock dome mystery, the stalactites lining on the roof of the dome & the silent underworld which explodes into colors, corals & red fish. And if you dare, you can climb up the high cave entrance and jump down into the sea.
3rd & last stop: (For 20 minutes) Panermos Beach
The southeast spot of Naxos.
A sandy beach with Crystal waters partly organized with a Flintstone setting and a few palm trees for natural shade. There you will have a few hours to enjoy swimming & relax. Returning to the boat you will indulge a delicious feast, a BBQ meal, fresh salads, Greek traditional “mezedes”, local house wine, as well as soft drinks and unlimited water. A vegetarian menu will also be available.
At 18:30 pm (approximately), the voyage will meet its end, sailing back to Agia Anna port with memories of all the beautiful landscapes, pristine beaches, crystal blue waters, mysteries witnessed and the Aegean sun.
This will be an unforgettable experience which you must not miss!
A vegetarian menu will also be available.
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A very nice trip. The first one was put off due to being too windy. I was offered a few other options and was going to get a refund but luckily it started up again just before we left. It's a traditional sailing ship so don't expect anything fancy. You do bounce around now and again with the waves but as someone with no sea-legs whatsoever I can say that actually it's sturdy and stable enough. The captain is a bit of a character. Lots of laughs and jokes. We left a bit late because of some late comers but we also came back a bit late too. So no complaints from me. Would do it again.