Saint George (Agios Georgios) Beach

Saint George Beach

According to the Guardian, Saint George Beach is among the
10 of the best beaches in Europe for families
and one of the 50 best beaches in the world

Location - Saint George Beach & Naxos Town

Saint George Beach in Naxos TownGalazia Studios are situated in a quiet location at Saint George Beach in Naxos Town (Hora), the capital of the island. It is located just 50 metres from the beach, 300 metres form Naxos Town main square and 800 metres from the port of the island.

The studios are also located right next to all amenities of the area. Restaurants are just 50 metres away, beach clubs 80 metres away and mini markets are just 50 metres away.

Saint George Beach in Naxos Town is the most famous resort in Naxos Island. It is located at the so named bay and it is 1 kilometre long with fine sand and shallow waters that make it safe for kids. It has an excellent tourist infrastructure and offers a variety of  beach entertainment (clubs and restaurants) and provides with provides all kind of services may be required, including mini markets, laundry, car and motorbike rentals.

Water sports facilities are also available, ranging from wind surfing facilities (training centre and equipment store) to pendaloes and beach volley. Galazia Studios and Saint George beach is an excellent place as a starting point to explore the island.

Naxos Island has the cosmopolitan atmosphere of a modern tourist resort, but at the same time has kept its traditional colour and it's local culture. Naxos Town is a modern town, which offers plenty of sightseeing and all kinds of facilities. Places to visit include,

The Archeological Museum with findings from excavations that prove proof of the uninterrupted cultural presence in Naxos from pre-historic times until the end of the ancient times. The museum is housed in the building of the former Commercial School in the area of the Castle.

The Venetian Castle, that was built during the long Venetian rule (1204 AD - 1537 AD). It is located on a hill which is the natural acropolis of the town. A medieval town in the heart of the Aegean still in its original form, inhabited continuously since 1207 AD.

Portara. This monument is a massive gate, that remains from a temple that was dedicated to Apollo. It was built during the 6th century BC, when Naxos was a commercial and cultural centre.