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  • 1. Delos Archaeological Site

    Museum/Gallery

    This tiny 3-mile-long island was once considered the most sacred place in the known world and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fabled as...Read More

  • 2. Agora of the Competialists

    Memorial/Monument/Tomb

    The first monument you'll see, on the left from the harbor, is the Agora of the Competialists (circa 150 BC). The competialists were members...Read More

  • 3. Ancient Theater and Residential Quarter

    Ruins

    Beyond the path that leads to the southern part of the island is this ancient theater, built in the early 3rd century BC. It once sat 5,500...Read More

  • 4. Ancient Thera

    Ruins

    A Dorian city—with 9th-century BC tombs, an engraved phallus, Hellenistic houses, and traces of Byzantine fortifications and churches—floats...Read More

  • 5. Avenue of the Lions

    Ruins

    One of the most evocative and recognizable sights of Delos is the 164-foot-long Avenue of the Lions. The five marble beasts, which were carved...Read More

  • 6. Gymnasium

    Ruins

    Northeast of the palaestras is the Gymnasium, a square courtyard nearly 131 feet long on each side. Scratched into the rock are early graffiti...Read More

  • 7. Kastro Apilarou

    Ruins

    Above the village of Sangri, you can make out the ruins of Kastro Apilarou, the castle vanquished by the Italian conquerer, Marco Sanudo. The...Read More

  • 8. Monument of the Bulls

    Ruins

    Southeast of the Sanctuary of Apollo are the ruins of the Monument of the Bulls, also known as the Neorion, an extremely long and narrow structure...Read More

  • 9. Mt. Kythnos

    Ruins

    A dirt path leads up the base of Mt. Kynthos, which is the highest point on the island. Here lie the remains of many Middle Eastern shrines...Read More

  • 10. Portara

    Ruins

    Although the capital town is primarily beloved for its Venetian elegance and picturesque blind alleys, Naxos's most famous landmark is ancient...Read More

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  • 11. Sanctuary of Apollo

    Ruins

    Beyond the Sacred Way is one of the most important sites on the island, the Sanctuary of Apollo. Three separate temples originally stood here...Read More

  • 12. Sanctuary of Dionysus

    Ruins

    Immediately to the right of the Archaeological Museum is the small Sanctuary of Dionysus, which was erected in about 300 BC. Outside the sanctuary...Read More

  • 13. Temple of Demeter

    Ruins

    This marble Archaic temple, circa 530 BC, was lovingly restored by German archaeologists during the 1990s. Demeter was a grain goddess, and...Read More

  • 14. The Sacred Lake

    Ruins

    A short distance north of the Monument of the Bulls is an oval indentation in the earth where the Sacred Lake once sparkled. It is surrounded...Read More

  • 15. The Sacred Way

    Ruins

    East of the Agora of the Competialists you’ll find the entrance to the Sacred Way, which leads north to the temple of Apollo. The Way was once...Read More

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