MY BLUE HEAVEN
Santorini and Mykonos may be better known, but Naxos, the largest of Greece’s Cycladic Islands, packs in more attractions than any of its Aegean neighbors. A longtime resident explains the appeal of her adopted island home.
SANTORINI AND MYKONOS MAY BE BETTER KNOWN, BUT NAXOS, THE LARGEST OF GREECE’S CYCLADIC ISLANDS, PACKS IN MORE ATTRACTIONS THAN ANY OF ITS AEGEAN NEIGHBORS. FROM FERTILE VALLEYS DOTTED WITH WHITEWASHED CHAPELS TO MOUNTAIN VILLAGES, ANCIENT RUINS, AND ISOLATED BEACHES, A LONGTIME RESIDENT EXPLAINS THE APPEAL OF HER ADOPTED ISLAND HOME.