Commercial Port

Name: Port of Naxos
Co-ordinates Of The Port: N37 06′ 30″ E025 22′
Port VHF Channels .
Call Signs: CH 12 Port Authorities
Services: Electricity , Water , Telephone, Rubbish Disposal.


Name: Marina of Naxos
Co-ordinates Of Marina . Position: N37 06′ 04″ E25 22′ 0″
Capacity: Max Loa 30m with 3.5m Draft
Dry Storage Capacity: 88 Boats
Technical Capacity: 25-ton Travelift, 5-ton Crane
Other Services: Reception office, Weather Report, Refuelling, Mail, Tel/ Fax, Electricity & Water, Toilets & Showers, Medical Centre, Car & Bike Rental, 24 Hr Security, Laundry & Dry , Cleaning, Rubbish Disposal

Places of Interest

The old town of Naxos, Archeological Museum, the Temple of Apollo at the islet of Palatia.
Tours: Around the island, Naxian idyllic and various walks at the Byzantine Churches and Monuments
Transportation: Minibuses, Limo, Mini Van , Motorbikes, Taxis.


By Sea:
Ferry Frequency: To Pireaus:(daily)5.30 Hrs normal Ferry, 4 Hrs with High Speed Boat To Mykonos:(daily) 3Hrs normal Ferry, 35min Superjet, 50min with the Highspeed To Small Cyclades: daily except Sunday with the Express Skopelitis Iraklia 1.35 Hrs, Koufonissi 2.35 Hrs, Schinoussa 3Hrs, Donoussa 4Hrs, Amorgos 6Hrs To Ios;(daily) 2hrs normal Ferry, 50min with the Superjet To Folegandros:(daily) 3.5hrs To Sikinos:(daily) 3.5 hrs
By Air: Connections Offered To:
To Athens:(Daily) 1 flight per day 40min except from Mondays 2 flights per day
Airlines: OA

Airport Details

International Code Name Of Airport JNX for Naxos
National / International: NTL
Length Of Runway: 900m * 300m
Approach: NDB (325 KHz)
Biggest a/c Accepted: LGNX [ JNX (ICAO) ] ALL SOFT A/C
Stands Available: ATR42 DHC7 AND DHC8
Private Planes Capacity: 7 Stands 2tns and helicopters
Distance To/From Airport: Naxos town to Airport:3km To Ag.Prokopios:5km ,Ag.Anna:6km Plaka:7km ,Filoti:20km Apiranthos:32km ,Chalki:17km
Civil Aviation Authority Working Hrs: Daily from 09:00 to 15:00 and Sundays until 17:00
Naxos is the largest island of the Cyclades.
The rare beauty and the particular topography make it the only island that
does not look like the rest of the Cycladic complex.

The island combines the Cycladic beauty (blue waters, beautiful white houses, cobbled streets
and picturesque neighborhoods) together with a touch of the Sporades and the Dodecanese islands,
given that the dominating vegetation of the major two mountains, Za and Fanari
incur the backbone of Naxos