Location, Agios Prokopios Resort

Naxos Greece : Agios Prokopios Beach

Hotel Proteas is built on the hillside of Stelida, only 5 km from the town (Chora) of Naxos and a five-minute walk from the stunning Agios Prokopios beach, which boasts white sands and crystal-clear waters. Agios Prokopios is one of Greece’s, and Naxos’ famous beaches and a deserving holder of a blue flag.

Agios Prokopios boasts a large selection of restaurants, taverns and bars, along with a supermarket, travel agents, and car, motorbike and bicycle rentals.

The area is perfectly situated and within easy distance of Naxos town and the resort of Agia Anna. Further along the coast from Agia Anna is the renowned Plaka Beach.

Getting Here

The island – suggestions for your stay

The famous Greek author and philosopher Nikos Kazantzakis, referring to Naxos once said: “If paradise was on earth, it would have been here...”

The Beaches

Naxos has more than 20 beaches, which means that there is a beach for everyone and every need. Whether it's the more cosmopolitan beaches such as Agios Georgios, Agios Prokopios, Agia Anna or Plaka, or whether it’s the more isolated and exotic beaches such as Panermos, Hawaii, Lionas and Aliko, there is a beach for all your tastes just waiting for you to go and explore.

The Villages

Although part of the Cyclades, Naxos is renowned for its mountain villages and settlements. Spread out over the whole island, these villages provide the opportunity for visitors to experience our history, culture, traditions, and cuisine. Some of the better-known villages worth visiting are Chalki, Filoti, Apiranthos, Melanes, Sagri and Koronos.


Portara, the Old Town of Chora Naxos, the Temple of Goddess Dimitra, the Sanctuary of the God Dionysos, the Kouros statue, the ancient aqueduct, and a plethora of churches are few of the sights not to be missed.


Geographically diverse, Naxos has a wide variety of activities on offer for its visitors.

Sea sports, extraordinary hiking trails, mountain climbing, cycling, food tasting, museums and ancient ruins/monuments, festivals (folk music), excursions via buses or organised trips to nearby islands aboard yachts are some of the activities one can indulge in whilst visiting the island.

Our reception staff will be delighted to help and provide you with more information regarding any of the above activities.