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Temple of Demeter, Naxos
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Temple of Demeter is located in Naxos. Put Temple of Demeter on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Naxos vacation trip planner.
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If you don't have a guide with you or do this as part of a tour, or unless you have a guide book with you, you won't get much out of visiting this because there is no signage on the site. There is spa... read more »
on our tourist map it was listed as the number one attraction - really?! No information was available up there about it so was difficult to appreciate the historic value. Really long drive for very li... read more »
Desde Naxos se puede tomar el colectivo a Ano Sagri y desde allí caminar hasta el templo ( está indicado). Una caminata hermosa, donde se aprecia la belleza rural de la isal, con pastores que guían a ... read more »From Naxos the collective can be taken year Sagri and walk from there to the temple (it is indicated). A beautiful walk, where you can see the rural beauty of the island, with shepherds guiding their flocks and spectacular views. The distance you can see Temple, which makes the most interesting hike. There aren't many people and you can enjoy being close to a temple of great historical value, surrounded by a beautiful landscape.show original
The temple is located in a lovely surrounding. The area is not very large but still impressive. And please don't forget to visit the small museum! Its building received a design award
This ancient Greek temple / early Christian basilica is really interesting. It is located on top of a high hill, so it watches all over down the valley. Of the original temple only a few pieces are still up, most of them are on the ground nearby. A small part of the temple has been rebuilt in order to see how it would have looked like, but that's an hard work because of the Christian basilica built on it. There are a couple information points, but they are too damaged to be legible.
Nice spot to visit. Free entry. Closed on Mondays. Some steps to climb but not exhausting.
After seeing the Acropolis, this is pretty underwhelming. Nice drive to see the Naxos countryside away from the beaches.
Nice views on the mountain. Temple by itself is nothing more than few stones
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