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Location, Agios Prokopios Resort

5-minute walk to the amazing beach of Agios Prokopios, ranked among the top ten in Europe

Lianos Village is situated at a 5 minute walking distance from the amazing beach of Agios Prokopios, one of the best beaches in Europe and without doubt the best beaches on Naxos Island. Naxos Town and Port are 5 km (10 minute drive) away from the hotel and Naxos Airport is 2.5 km away from the hotel.

Agios Prokopios Beach

Agios Prokopios Beach

Agios Prokopios beach is one of the most beautiful resorts on Naxos Island and it is well known for its crystal-clear waters. Long, golden sandy beach, azzure waters, blue flag awarded. The resort offers all amenities for a comfortable stay in the area.

Agios Prokopios at a glance

  • Very long and wide golden sand
  • Loungers and umbrellas
  • Diving center
  • Plenty of cafes, bars, restaurants and taverns
  • Car & Motorbike rentals
  • Cash point machines
  • Mini markets
  • Travel Agent
  • Doctor & Pharmacy

The must destination on Naxos Island

Agios Prokopios Beach
Agios Prokopios Beach
Agios Prokopios Beach

Naxos Island

The largest island in Cyclades and it is one of the most beautiful among the Greek Islands

The superb fine sand beaches, the fertile valleys, the mountainous beauty, the picturesque villages,
the long history and the sightseeing make Naxos one of the top destinations in Greece.

Portara in Naxos Town

On Naxos Island

It was on Naxos that an ungrateful Theseus is said to have abandoned Ariadne after she helped him escape the Cretan labyrinth. In keeping with even mythic soap opera, she didn’t pine long, and was soon entwined with Dionysos, the god of wine and ecstasy and the island’s favorite deity. Naxian wine has long been considered a fine antidote for a broken heart. The island was a cultural centre of classical Greece and of Byzantium. Venetian and Frankish influences have left their mark.

The land is impressive, the mountains, the plains, the rock formations, the green valleys, the arid areas and the dreamlike beaches contribute to its uniqueness. Naxos has the highest mountain in the Cyclades, Zas (Zeus), rising to 1004m.

In the mountainous interior you find enchanting villages such as Halki, Koronos, Filoti and Apiranthos. There are numerous fine beaches and the island is a wonderful place to explore on foot, as many old paths between villages, churches and other sights still survive.

Getting to Naxos

  • You can fly to Athens and then take a domestic flight or take a ferry or catamaran from Piraeus or Rafina ports.
  • Alternatively you can fly with a charter flight to Mykonos or Santorini and then take one of the regular ferry connections to Naxos.

If you need assistance with the schedules we can help you plan your journey in the most efficient way.

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