Getting around around Naxos

Car: Opting for a car rental is the most convenient way to explore Naxos, as it allows you the freedom to travel at your own pace. Numerous car rental offices can be found near the port and airport. We highly recommend this option due to its affordability, and since the major villages are spread out, having your own car proves to be ideal. Rental prices start at €30 per day.

Motorbike: Similar to car rentals, there are various kiosks throughout Naxos offering motorbike, quad bike, and buggy rentals. This is a budget-friendly way to embark on a road trip across the island. Rental prices start at €20 per day.

Bus: Several buses depart from Chora to other villages and Naxos beaches on a daily basis. This is the most economical mode of transportation around the island, and it conveniently stops at major village destinations. During the summer season, buses operate with increased frequency, providing a stress-free way to admire the scenic views without the need for self-navigation. Bus fares range from €2 to €4 for one-way trips.

KTEL Telephone number: +30-22850-22291 https://naxosbuses.com/bus-schedules-july-august/ ***

Taxi: Naxos boasts a plentiful supply of taxis, particularly around the port, airport, and Chora area. Online taxi booking services are also available. For instance, a taxi ride from the port to Plaka beach costs approximately €15.

Taxi-boats: If you’re interested in day trips to the nearby islands like Koufonisia islands, taxi-boats are available; however, advance reservations are required. Pricing information can be obtained from your hotel or accommodation provider.

Organised Tours: Tours depart from various locations, including the town’s port, the port of Agia Anna, and the remote beach of Panermos. Select the tour that resonates with you the most, and prepare to be captivated by the beauty of Naxos.