Naxos and Koufonisia by private boat
Begin your journey from Platis Gialos Port, towards the beautiful and historic island of Naxos.
Visit Plaka, Kastraki and of course, Agios Prokopis, one of Naxos' highlights; The fine, thin white sand that forms sand dunes near the beach's end, is its most distinguishing feature. Herons will occasionally approach the beach and seek refuge in an area known as ""aliki"" or the ""red lake."" Agios Prokopis is protected from the winds due to its location, particularly in the northern part of the island, where a large rock prevents waves from coming in from the upper side of the island's coast, providing calm swimming conditions on windy days. The Chapel of Agios Prokopis is located at the beginning of the beach, with a breathtaking view of the open sea.
Continue your way to Koufonissia; located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, between Naxos and Amorgos, Koufonisia is part of the ""Small Cyclades"" group, consisting of two islands, Ano and Kato Koufonissi. Ano Koufonissi is the liveliest, with hotels, restaurants, bars, and landmarks; Kato Koufonissi, on the other hand, is an uninhabited islet accessible only by boat from Ano Koufonissi.
Ano Koufonisi is a small island where everything is done on foot or by bike, with only one taxi available on the entire island