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Historic but falling down

This Venetian tower, in a spectacular position, is however, in very poor condition, cant be entered... read more

Reviewed 28 October 2017
Gregory D
,
New Lambton
Nice

Nice ruin in the small village of naxos island, this is a testimony of venician colonization of... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
carlosmp
,
Rio de Janeiro, RJ
via mobile
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30 Jun 2017
“Nice ”
27 Oct 2017
“Historic but falling down”
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Apollon, Greece
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

This Venetian tower, in a spectacular position, is however, in very poor condition, cant be entered and looks pretty precarious. Worth a quick visit to look at the exterior

Thank Gregory D
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Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

Nice ruin in the small village of naxos island, this is a testimony of venician colonization of Naxos. Worth the detour.

Thank carlosmp
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Reviewed 17 February 2017

Abram beach is a small stone beach with crystal waters. It’s on the way from Chora to Apollonas. It is absolutely worth seeing, above all at lunch time, see my Restaurant tip! The Agia tower is a Venetian tower on the way to Apollonas from...More

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Reviewed 10 September 2016

The other reviewers have described it quite well. Great views. As with many sites this site has been abandoned and there is no information at the site about its history. With a bit of effort you can either crawl thru a window or scale a...More

Thank jimcinsc
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Reviewed 2 August 2016

Does not take too much time to see from the outside, but the location is simply breathtaking--you can see it from afar, as you approach from the car. One just needs to rest and transport themselves back to the 17thc for a few minutes to...More

Thank Deborah B
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Reviewed 9 July 2016

Vestiges of a beautiful 17th cent. tower; very little documented, we learnt it belonged to a greek-orthodox noble family.

Thank Gombiecat
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Reviewed 8 September 2015

Not too sure what we were looking at except an old tower. The view is better from the road. Easy path down to it.

Thank Lizzie S
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Reviewed 24 August 2014

On the 6th km of the coastal road from Apollon village to Naxos Town (Chora) visitors meet the Monastery of Agia, which is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. In a beautiful landscape with dense vegetation and turquoise waters, the monastery stands proudly over the years,...More

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Reviewed 26 July 2014

Agia is a small and quiet but hauntingly beautiful village. Upon arriving there it feels like you've stepped back in time! The shell of this Venetian tower now remains. Once a residence, some locals told me that it was destroyed in a fire. If you...More

Thank Vicki C
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