An introduction to the island of Naxos would not be complete if we did not go back to the island's interesting mythical history.
If you were asked how you imagined the place where Zeus, the father of the 12 ancient Greek gods, was raised, chances are your reply would include the following: fertile, imposing, exuding primeval majesty.
If you were asked what you imagined to be the dominant features on the island where
Dionysus, the god of merriment, was born and raised, you would probably include fun, song and dance.
If, finally, you were asked how you imagined the scene of the wedding of Dionysus and princess Ariadne, you would probably respond, “Enchanting, almost magical…”.