Location: Naxos, the largest of the Cyclades, has it all: medieval towers, ancient ruins, a Venetian castle, and powdery sand beaches that go on for miles.
Accommodation: On a terraced hillside overlooking the sea and sunset, this seven-suite hotel is blissfully peaceful. There’s a small pebble cove exclusively for guests, but kids can’t get enough of the large pool – magical at dusk or for a moonlit dinner. Stylish interiors with mottled marble bathrooms, eclectic art, and elegant antiques are comfortable and full of character. The effortlessly charming manager, Anita Papantoniou makes sure you experience Naxos as an insider.
Price: From €180 a night for a two-storey suite, sleeps 4.