Koronos is one of the most charming and picturesque villages of Naxos, situated on the opposite slopes of two mountains. Inside the village, there are no roads for cars, so all transportation is done by foot. You can wander through the narrow streets of the village and admire the unique and special architecture. The village's central square, known as Platsa, is located in the center of the village, where the opposite sides converge.
Here, you can taste the turquoise water from a spring. For many years, an essential element of the local economy was the mining of emery, which nowadays is only "maintained," and its export is quite limited. The residents are now mainly engaged in animal husbandry, agriculture, and viticulture. The village also boasts a folklore museum that exhibits the local traditions and way of life.
Koronos, South Aegean, Greece