We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.

More info
This photo is copyrighted by the author.
Thank you for respecting the rights and efforts of our photographers. Please contact the author for further information.

Greece The top of mount Zas, Naxos at sunset

  • Please log in or sign up for free to see the geo position & weather for this photo spot
Add photoBookmark
The rugged mount Zas is the highest on the Cycladic islands and offers a fabulous view on all the surrounding islands and a beautiful sunset. There are two trails, one "on the rocks", the other, the so called easier is partially trail dotted with cairns and partially (the last bit) which is a rocky part. The easy one wasn't that easy, but once at the summit, the view at the (at 1,004 m) was rewarding and was well worth the excruciating efforts. The feeling at the summit is a most liberating one can have. In ancient times, the local Greeks believed that the cave on the northwest flanks of the mountain was the birthplace of the god Zeus. Zeus,the god of the sky, the king of the Olympians. The "easiest" trail starts at Aghia Marina, the name of the little chapel near the start. It is a well-maintained trail which is posted with a number of signs and cairns and is easy to follow to the summit. This route is 8 kilometers round-trip.

Photography Tips

Please log in or sign up for free to see the photography tips.

Travel Information

By foot :-)
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Daytime during summer
Sunrise & Sunset 05:56 - 20:42 | current local time: 02:27
Please log in or sign up for free to see the exact geo details for this spot on a dynamic map.

Spot Comments (0)

Please log in or sign up for free to leave a comment or ask a question.

Ratings (1) starstarstarstarstar

starstarstarstarstar
1
starstarstarstarstar
0
starstarstarstarstar
0
starstarstarstarstar
0
starstarstarstarstar
0

Nearby photography spots

Thank you Alona Azaria for creating this photo spot.
Imprint & Contact © Locationscout 2021 Privacy / Terms