On Foot

Within town walking is the best method of exploring.

By Taxi

There are tons of taxis on the island, especially around the port, the airport, and near Chora. Though far more expensive than buses, this is the most practical way if you`re short on time. You can also book taxis online.

By Bus

There are several buses that leave Chora to other villages and Naxos beaches every day. It`s also the cheapest way to get around the island, and it`ll reach major village stops including: Chalki, Filoti, and Koronos. During summertime, the buses will run more often and it`s a great way to enjoy the view without stressing over navigating on your own. Price: about €2-4/one way.

By Car

A car is the best way to get around the island since you have the freedom of going at your own flexibility. There are many car rental offices near the port and airport. We highly recommend this option since it`s relatively affordable, and major villages are quite spread out so having your own car is ideal. A rental runs around €30/day.

When renting a car, be very careful to fully document all dents and even scratches at the time of hire to avoid additional expense and unpleasantness later (and even this may not save you from hassles later). Dependable rental agencies include RUN (Rental Union Naxos) and Rental Center.

By Motorbike

Similar to car rental, there are many kiosks you can find in Naxos. It`s also a great way to road trip throughout the island without breaking the bank.

By Water Taxi Water Taxis are available for day trips to Koufonisia islands, but they can only be reserved ahead of time.