Studios Kontos is located on the island of Naxos, the biggest and largest of the Cyclades Islands, well known for its endless golden beaches, crystal blue waters, excellent climate and ideal conditions for watersports, its archaeological sites, as well as its local cuisine.
Distances Beach (Mikri Vigla): 50m | Capital: 17km | Windsurf/Kitesurf center: 100m | Bus stop: 250m | Restaurants, cafes, bars: 200m
Mikri Vigla is located on the South – West of Naxos island and less than 17 Km from Chora. The port and capital of Naxos, history and traditional Cycladic architecture come across with the wild beauty of the coastal landscape. The cape of Mikri Vigla (small watch-tower) constitutes a rare geological phenomenon due to the unique cedar-tree forest, one of the few world-wide. Endued by nature and untouched by massive tourism, Mikri Vigla is famous for the golden sand that goes into the crystal-clear blue waters of Naxos. On the South side of the cape lays the endless beach of “Sahara”, famous for its hundreds of meters of golden sand that continues over the next village of Kastraki. Sahara beach is ideal for swimming, relaxing and enjoying the pleasures of the Aegean Sea. On the other side of Mikri Vigla, we meet Orkos beach, also suitable for water-sports or swimming.
At the centre of Cyclades Island complex, embraced by the Aegean Sea (Naxos) is a secret that is well preserved and one of the most upcoming popular vacation and holiday destinations in Greece. Naxos captivates the heart of every visitor through its ancient history, the well kept tradition and the unique hospitable culture of its habitants. Naxos has always been a self-sufficient island with its own production in agricultural, fishery, dairy and other products that every visitor’s palate must discover.
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The sandy crystal water beach of Mikri Vigla in Naxos is a famous kitesurfing and windsurfing spot in Naxos destination. Actually, Mikri Vigla is the best beach for kitesurf and one of the best beaches for kitesurfing in Greece.
Surfers usually enjoy their favorite activity from midday till late in the afternoon when the wind is stronger and more stable.