Koronos is 34 kilometres away from Naxos Town and it is one of the most beautiful and lesser known villages of Naxos Island. It is a stepped village, scrabbling up two opposite mountain sides and renowned for its emery mines.
The village can be approached from three different junctions off the main road. The most common is the one where the bus stop is.
The locals are very friendly and the visitor is always welcome and easy blend with them.
The local Folklore Collection Museum is worth a visit. The church of Agia Marina is the patron Santa of the village and celebrations take place on 17th of July (Santa Marina Day). A turning off to the right, 500 meters prior to Koronos as approaching from the south, leads to the church of Panagia Argokiliotissa (4 Km) which is beautifully situated on a hill and has an excellent view.