The small settlement of Kadis Village on Naxos is situated south of the village of Keramoti, on the hill of Vouno. Its name is derived from the Turkish word (of Arab origin) for “judge” (“qadi”). It is said that a court existed here during Ottoman times. The area is blessed with a very fertile soil, with vines, orchards and groves of apple, pear, orange, walnut and olive trees grown on terraces.
The slopes of Vouno feature galleries which were built of stone with a rare technique and gush water that irrigates the area. A dirt road connects the village of Kadis with the village of Kynidaros.
|Directions for access||There is no public transport service and visitors have to access Kadis either by car or motorcycle.|