Naxos Vivlos-Tripodes

This village is located at the southwest end of Naxos. Once you reach the village you instantly see Panagia Tripodiotissa that used to be one of the richest male monasteries of the island. It is considered to have been built in the 16th century and according to the local tradition, Panagia herself indicated the site where she wanted the church to be built. Other archaeological monuments are Paliopyrgos of Plaka on the way to the beach of Plaka, a tower considered to be of the Mycenaean period, as well as the chapel of Agios Matthaios and Stavropigi celebrated on September 14. In Vivlos there are three windmills and a folklore museum. * For more information go to

Back to Naxos