Temple of Demeter
About 1.5km south of Sangri is the impressive Temple to Demeter. The ruins and reconstructions are not large, but they are historically...
Temple of Apollo
From Naxos Town, a causeway leads to Palatia Islet and the unfinished Temple of Apollo (aka the Portara), Naxos' most famous landmark....
Lonely Planet review
The handsome towerlike building of Bazeos Castle stands prominently in the landscape about 2km east of the village of Sangri. The castle was built in its original form as the Monastery of Timios Stavros (True Cross) during the 17th century, but monks abandoned the site in the early 19th century. It was later bought by the Bazeos family, whose modern descendants have refurbished the building and its fascinating late-medieval rooms with great skill and imagination.
The castle now functions as a cultural centre and stages art exhibitions and the annual Naxos Festival during July and August, when concerts, plays and literary readings are held. The price of admission to these varies,