Naxos Agia Anna beach

General information

Agia Anna Naxos: Located around 6 km from the capital, Agia Anna is the continuation of Agios Prokopios beach. It comprises one of the liveliest shores on the island since the region boasts extensive tourist infrastructure, including several types of lodgings and numerous eating and drinking establishments.
The beach is sandy with calm turquoise waters. A small port hosts tiny wooden fishing boats, making the scenery rather quaint.
Agia Anna is one of the top fully-organized beaches in Naxos. Nonetheless, bathers can find a few pristine spots to lay their towels or set their beach gear.

The area is home to multiple hotels, apartments, studios, and rooms for rent as well as fish restaurants and taverns, cafes, bars, and nightclubs. Many of the establishments are beachfront, allowing a great view of the neighboring Paros island.

Best Hotels & Accommodations

Cycladic Islands

2 stars

The Cycladic Islands Hotel is located close to the sandy beach of Agia Anna. It offers luxurious amenities and services, such as a spa, hammam, swimming pool for adults and kids, and various treatments. The complex was built according to the local traditional architecture.

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Annitas Village

3 stars

Annitas Village is situated just a short distance from the beach of Agia Anna, within easy walking distance of shops, cafes, restaurants, and a bus stop. It offers a large swimming pool, a poolside bar, and a handmade breakfast served every morning.

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Naxian Breeze

3 keys

Naxian Breeze offers seafront luxurious studios and apartments. They are located by the sandy beach of Agia Anna and are a great choice for families with children and pets or people who enjoy watersports. The simple-styled and elegant Cycladic rooms offer all the amenities needed.

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Things to See & Do

Activities & Entertainment

Top Tours and activities

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    Cruise to Koufonissia with BBQ lunch

    Category: Island, Day Trips, Boat Tours
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    The Cycladic islands have a different charm and vibe. Even if it is difficult to visit all of them during your holiday, there are some that you don`t want to miss. Koufonissia is one of them and it is also the final destination of this cruise that is giving you the full experience of sailing on an 18-meter long wooden boat. On your way to those islands, you will make the first stop at the uninhabited island of Kato Koufonissi. Don`t forget to take your snorkeling gear with you because here you will have the chance to see the beautiful underwater life of the Aegean Sea. In the meantime, the crew will prepare the BBQ lunch and you will be able to enjoy delicious traditional souvlaki cooked right on the boat. After this, the captain will take you to Ano Koufonissi Island where you will have three hours of free time to explore and discover the main village, take a swim and relax. On your way back to Naxos, enjoy a glass of wine on board and admire the wild beauty of Cycladic nature. After almost 10 hours, the tour will end and you will arrive safely back home with a lot of beautiful memories and photos.

    9.5 hours Map
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Reviews

4.5/5.0
6 Reviews
  • gjbiljana 23 Oct 2013
    Calm and beautiful
    The beach is on 15 minutes by car or by bus from Chora, and on walking distance from Agios Prokopios. Beautiful and idyllic place.
  • alexis 28 Jan 2011
    Great location
    This is definitely one of the best restaurants of Naxos. The location is a must. Under a tree right on the beach (if you find a place to sit).
    The food there is nice, especialy the fresh fish.
  • stavrpap 07 Mar 2009
    Find everything in Agia Anna
    A colleague of mine that originates from Naxos proposed me to visit the island. Beaches are wonderful, sea is crystal, food is really good and cheap, nightlife is nice. Especially in the area of Agia Anna, there are two bars by the beach. One is called Banana and operates in the morning and serves nice food and wonderful coctails and the other is called Island and works at night. A car is necessary on your vacations because Naxos is a big island and there are a lot of places to see. However, you can also stay in the area of Agia Anna where you can find everything there (bars, beaches and food).
  • dutch_f 21 Feb 2008
    A long sandy beach with clear blue cold waters
    Hi, I'm Dutch and I'm 22 years old. In the summer of 2007 I visited Greece and the island of Naxos.
    I was staying in Agia Anna, and I went to its beach, as it is the closest one to our accommodation. I went there on foot of course. It took me about 10 minutes. The road was ok but there should be sidewalks.
    It is a long sandy beach, with clear blue cold waters, fully organized with sun beds and umbrellas rentals and also crowded.
    The beach was close to telephone, mini market, restaurants, cafes, bars, beach bar, and water sports. But it didn’t have enough ATM machines.
    My favorite thing about the beach was the sun! Also the nice beach club (banana).
    The only thing I didn’t quite like is the fact that it was a little too crowded.
    A tip for future visitors would be, take enough money at once because there are few ATM machines.
  • Mary_N 14 Jun 2007
    A beach with natural beauty
    Hi, I[m Swedish at the age of 47. I visited Greece and the island of Naxos. While I was there I went to Agia Anna beach by car. I used a map to get there and the trip was really nice. The reason I went to Agia Anna because it was an isolated beach.
    It is a long sandy beach with turquoise crystalline waters, beautiful surroundings, organized and unspoiled, calm, clean, windy and with vegetation.
    The amenities that were close to the beach are restaurants and cafes.
    My favorite thing about it was the sand and the water, and the fact that there were no sun beds.
  • M_Perrson 10 Nov 2006
    Nice sandy beach
    Nationality: Sweden

    Age: 18

    How did you get to Agia Anna beach: By foot as my accommodation is located in the area

    Location of accommodation: Hotel Dimitra

    How much time did it take you to get to the beach: 10 minutes

    -What is the condition of the roads on the way to Agia Anna beach: Much traffic, small road

    -Was the trip to the beach enjoyable: Yes and no. It’s not so far way but to much traffic but its near our hotel

    - In order to reach the beach, did you use a: I stay in the area

    - Reasons for going to Agia Anna beach: It is the closest one to our accommodation

    -Describe the beach: Long sandy beach, crystalline waters, cold waters, fully organized with sun beds and umbrellas rentals, calm, clean, windy, expensive

    -What amenities was the beach close to: Mini market, restaurants, cafes, bars

    - Did it meet your expectations: Yes Rate: 8/10 Nice sand, not too many people and tourists

    - Favorite thing about Agia Anna beach: Not to many people, a lot of space, clean, near to the water, good restaurants

    - Is there anything that you don’t like about the beach or things that should be done by the authorities to ameliorate it or something missing: The sun chairs are too expensive, it blows to much sand

    - Any recommendations/tips for future visitors: Get to the beach early if you want to have sun chairs near the water







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