Fotodotis Monastery , Naxos Greece
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Fotodotis Monastery , Naxos Greece

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The Fotodotis Monastery at Naxos Greece

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A: Zas Mountain Naxos Island, at the top

by Lefteris Sirigos, 2.8 km away

Zas Mountain Naxos Island, at the top near 1100 meters.

Zas Mountain Naxos Island, at the top

B: Under the towel of Aggia in Naxos

by Lefteris Sirigos, 2.8 km away

Under the towel of Aggia in Naxos

Under the towel of Aggia in Naxos

C: Zas mountain other top view , Naxos

by Lefteris Sirigos, 2.8 km away

Zas mountain other top view , Naxos . photos by Lefteris Sirigos

Zas mountain other top view , Naxos

D: Orkos beach at Naxos island Greece

by Lefteris Sirigos, 12.8 km away

The Orkos place with a nice beach , at Naxos island Greece

Orkos beach at Naxos island Greece

E: Plaka beach at Naxos island Greece

by Lefteris Sirigos, 13.8 km away

Plaka beach at Naxos island Greece during October 2010

Plaka beach at Naxos island Greece

F: Saint George beach , Naxos during Winter time

by Lefteris Sirigos, 14.0 km away

Saint George beach , Naxos island during Winter time by Lefteris Sirigos

Saint George beach  , Naxos during Winter time

G: Pori-Koufonisi-Πορι-Κουφονήσι

by Georgios Kosmas, 14.4 km away

This is one of the most beautiful beaches of Greece. Blue green waters makes you fell that you swim i...

Pori-Koufonisi-Πορι-Κουφονήσι

H: Pyrgaki beach at Naxos island Greece

by Lefteris Sirigos, 14.5 km away

One of the many beaches of Pyrgaki , at Naxos island Greece

Pyrgaki beach at Naxos island Greece

I: Port of Naxos island

by Lefteris Sirigos, 14.6 km away

A screenshot of the port of Naxos island at Cyclades Greece.

Port of Naxos island

J: Near the port of Naxos

by Lefteris Sirigos, 14.6 km away

Near the port of Naxos island , Greece

Near the port of Naxos

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