Spacious and fully equipped, Villa Natalia is the perfect choice for a careless and enjoyable stay and for those who seek an escape yet close to the happenings of the island.
Villa Natalia is a brand new villa located in Glinado area on Naxos Island next to the so named village. Glinado is reputed for its unobstructed views of the sea and the island and it is and excellent choice to stay on Naxos Island
The villa is fully air-conditioned, it is spacious and it can accommodate up to four people. It has one bedroom with double bed and in the living room there is a sofa bed that it is turned to another double bed. It has fully equipped kitchen with all utensils to prepare and enjoy your lunch or your dinner. Kettle, coffee maker and sandwitch maker are also available.
Facilities and services include loundry service, maid every three days while Wi-Fi is offered free of charge.
Nearest beach (Agia Anna) - 4 Km
Nearest Village (other than Glinado) - 900 metres
Naxos Town: 6 Km
Naxos Port: 6 Km
Naxos Airport: 4.5 Km
Taverns: 700 metres
Mini market: 700 metres
Naxos is famous for its superior beaches that are second to none. The best beaches of the island are located in south west Naxos and they are easily accessed from Villa Natalia. Agia Anna beach is only 6 minutes easy drive from the villa. Other beaches include Agios Prokopios Beach (8 minute drive), Plaka beach (15 minute drive) and Orkos beach (15 minute drive). More beaches include Mikri Vigla Parthena and Mikri Vigla Limanaki, Kastraki and Alyko.
There are many villages in Naxos to be explored. Each one has its own distinct style and character. Vivlos with the windmills is 5 minute drive and Agios Arsenios is less than one kilometre away. Halki village (15minute drive), the former capital and administrative centre of the island attracts many visitors because of its rich history that it is refrected in the Byzantine churches and its surrounding beautiful fertile landscapes.
The Byzantine churches are dispersed throughout the island but with greater density in the valleys, such as in the Halki - Tragea area and Sagri area - where the early Byzantine fort of Apaliros has a commanding presence and the central basin of Tragea, where the mid-Byzantine Church of Panagia (Virgin Mary) Protothroni has been in uninterrupted service to this day. Churches date back to 10th century AD are worth to visit.
The historic timeline of Naxos island spans several eras; its age-old history goes back into the mists of time. The island of Naxos is an island steeped in history, and if you take time out to explore some of its most historical landmarks and monuments from the past, you will find you holiday experienced enriched. Portara, Naxos landmark, is an enormous marble frame and is visible for miles, It is the entrance to an unfinished temple that faces directly toward Delos, Apollo’s birthplace.