Beaches on Naxos Island

Many Cycladic islands are renowned for their beaches but Naxos is the only one that can boast an endless coastline comprising a string of beaches of incredible beauty, with superb turquoise waters and golden sands.

On Naxos there are beaches unspoiled or organized, hidden beaches to discover, beaches for water sports or family recreation; beaches next to ancient monuments, near important wetlands, medieval forts or Byzantine churches; beaches only a step away the from main town Chora, and beaches in areas of exceptional natural beauty, untouched by civilization or tourism.

Naxos has beaches befitting for a variety of tastes –this is what makes it one of the popular Aegean islands.

Abram Beach

Abram beach on Naxos island is a quiet beach next to the small settlement of Kampos on the island’s northwest coast. Abram beach is ideal for swimming and water sports, particularly windsurfing during annual summer winds known as meltemia.

Agia Anna Beach

Agia Anna beach on Naxos Island, a continuation of Agios Prokopios beach, ranks as one of Naxos’s most renowned coastal spots.

Agiassos Beach

Agiassos beach on Naxos Island, offers an enticing 750-meter stretch of fine sand and crystal-clear, shallow waters on the southwestern coast of Naxos. It is one of the island’s most unspoiled beaches.

Agii Theodori Beach

Agii Theodori beach on Naxos Island, pebble-covered and unspoilt, is located on the island’s northern coast. The Byzantine church Agios Theodoros, from which the beach takes its name, is an attraction. 

Agios Fykas Beach

A small but gorgeous beach, Agios Fykas beach on Naxos island is located on the northeast coast of Naxos.

Agios Georgios Beach

Agios Georgios beach on Naxos Island, credited with a “blue flag” beach-quality tag, is located just a short distance from the main town, Chora. The beach rates as the best choice for those who do not wish to distance themselves from the capital.