Location: On the northwestern side of the island
Description: Also called Chora, Naxos Town is the capital and main village and harbour of the island. With a lovely waterfront and elegant Venetian architecture, it considered as one of the most beautiful Cycladic villages.
Description: Apiranthos is a beautiful, mountainous village in the centre of Naxos. Surrounded by lush greenery and keeping its elegant architectural style, Apiranthos is still untouched by tourism.
Description: Halki is a lovely, traditional village in the centre of Naxos. It used to be the old capital of the island and has maintained its Venetian style.
Description: Filoti is situated on quite a steep hill and the main street is lined by picturesque cafes and restaurants. The surrounded nature is gorgeous with green and mountainside views.
Location: 16 km south east of Chora
Description: Kaloxylos (or Kaloksilos) is a beautiful little village located next to the famous village of Halki.
Description: Potamia is a village famous for the production of fruits. It is close to Medieval towers, old mills and running water.
Location: 28 km north east of Chora
Description: Koronos is a traditional village built amphitheatrically on the slopes of a hill. It has houses of exceptional architecture, a picturesque square, paved streets and many arches that create a romantic atmosphere.
Location: 36 km north west of Chora
Description: This is a charming fishing village with a couple of great fish taverns and a sandy beach. An ancient statue of Kouros is found close to Apollonas.
Description: Sangri is a mountainous village famous for its Byzantine monasteries, the Venetian towers and the ancient temple of Demeter that is found closeby.
Description: Melanes is a small village surrounded by a green valley. A giant statue of Kouros has been found in the area and it stands there since the ancient times.
Description: Agia Anna is a small fishing village in western Naxos with a lovely beach and many tourist facilities. The small port is lined up with delicious taverns and cafeterias.
Description: Moutsouna is a small fishing village on the eastern side of the island. The region is secluded and provides nice spots for total privacy.
Location: 34 km east of Chora
Description: Lionas is a small seaside village with a central beach and some taverns. It is an ideal place to see something different and dramatic landscapes.
Location: 6 km from Chora
Description: Agios Arsenios is a small village with beautiful churches around it. It is located very close to Chora, the capital of Naxos.
Location: 8.5 km north east of Chora
Description: Egares is a small village surrounded by much greenery and many Venetian mansions. In one of these mansions, the famous novelist Nikos Kazantzakis was hosted for one year by a friend.
Location: 8 km north east of Chora
Description: Galini is a small village close to Chora, in the middle of a fertile valley. The monastery tower of Ipsilotera can be visited close to the village.
Location: 6 km south east of Chora
Description: Glinado is a small village in proximity to Chora Naxos. Close to Glinado, there is the ancient sanctuary of Dionysus.
Location: 15 km east of Chora
Description: Kinidaros is a small mountainous village surrounded by much greenery. The ancient marble mines are found close to Kinidaros.
Location: 16 km south east of Chora
Description: Damarionas is a beautiful and and a very authentic village of Naxos with beautiful houses
Description: Many trekking paths pass through Kourounochori, this small mountainous village close to Chora.
Location: 22 km East of Chora
Description: Sifones is one of the ghost villages of Naxos as it was abandoned during the previous century. All houses are well preserved.
Location: 29 km East of Chora
Description: This is a beautiful ghost village located near the strange Agrokoili church.
Location: 18.6 km east of Chora
Description: Moni is a small village surrounded by lush greenery and high mountains. The church of Panagia Drossiani is closeby.
Location: 29 km from Naxos Town
Description: Skado is one of the smallest village of Naxos, located on the north eastern side of the island and surrounded by wild natural beauty.
Location: 7 km south east of Chora
Description: The small village of Tripodes, also known as Vivlos, distinguish for their old windmills and their natural beauty.