A Magnificent, Medium difficulty Hiking Route: Sangri - Temple of Dimitra - Panagia in a Cave - Bazeos Tower - Sangri-Olive Tree
This route provides a great chance to visit some of the most important sights of Naxos in the best possible way, by hiking.
The Temple of Demeter, located near Sangri village, built at around 530 B.C. is considered one of the most well preserved ancient buildings of the ancient world (one of few in Greece) holding more than 50% of its original building material
The Bazeos Tower, a 17th-century castle that acted as a monastery of the True Cross, today is fully renovated and a well-known monument open to the public hosting every summer a number of cultural activities.
The Oldest Olive Tree ("Gerontoelia" in Greek) is considered to be the most ancient olive tree in the world with a calculated age between 5-6.000 years
This hiking tour is split into two parts:
1.The short route that starts from Sangri with intermediate stops in the church of Saint Nikolaos and the temple of Demeter and stops at the Olive Tree
2.The complete route that continues to the church of "Panagia in a Cave", goes on to the Bazeos tower and returns at Sangri village
+80 Euros for every extra person
10% discount of the total cost
15% discount of the total cost
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