Apollonas beach, a lovely sea area of Naxos island, is located on Naxos's northeastern coast. This beach is sandy and its waters pure turquoise. Well protected from southerly winds, it is suitable for all kind of sea activities. Several tavernas and small shops operate by the beach. The spot's small pier caters mostly to fishing boats and small leisure boats.
Apollonas Beach information:
- Sandy beach
- Best for Families with young children, couples, nature lovers, fishing enthusiasts.
- Easily accessed via the asphalt road.
- Public transport info Public transportation runs three times per day during the summer months.
- Accessible for wheelchairs.
The main attractions of this area are the largest Kouros statue in situ in the Aegean island complex and the crystal-clear waters.
The route to Apollonas beach is best taken from Naxos Town to the village of Galini, then to Eggares and on to the tower of Agia and down to the fishing village's beach. Most times the beach is quite isolated with taverns on the waterfront that serve a variety of fresh fish and very good meat dishes of local production.
Access to Apollonas beach is via asphalt road all the way into the village itself and is easily accessible by car or motorbike.
The closest locations to visit are Abram beach and the ruins of the tower of Agia.