On Tuesdays Demeter’s Temple is closed so instead we ‘ll visit Bazeos Tower .
Lunch expenses and entrance fees in museums (4€/adult at Demeter’s Temple ,2€/adult at Halki distillery and 5€ at Bazeos tower )are not included
Our first stop is Demeter ‘s temple, a spectacular recently restored ancient temple of 530 BC. Apart from the impressive monument ,you ll have the chance to visit the archeological museum located in the same area ,giving you the chance to see findings from the site.
We continue our tour and have our next stop at Damalas, a cute little village in the heart of Tragea valley ,where we will enjoy a demonstration at the only remaining traditional pottery workshop and the traditional restored olive press.
Then we drive to Chalki,the neoclassical village where you can walk in picturesque alleys ,visit the traditional citron distillery/museum and have an espresso enjoying the classy atmosphere. Following stop is Panagia Drossiani,,the oldest church in Balcan peninsula estimated from 4th cen AD.
Our next stop is the most famous village of Naxos,Apiranthos,the “marble village” where you can stroll on the marble cobbled streets and take loads of photos. We drive towards the North part of Naxos island and we end up on the Northest edge of Naxos,at Apollonas village ,a small typical Cycladic village ,ideal for swimming or just relaxing at the various cafes by the sea. On our way back we stop at the impressive Kouros statue ,a colossal unfinished statue of the 6th cen BC and then we head back to Chora,following the North-Northwest coast of the island, enjoying view of Agia tower and North Cyclades islands