Paxos

Paxos

Paxos is a wonderful island in the Ionian Sea, geographically located south of Corfu. It is mostly famous for the exotic beaches in the close, uninhabited island of Antipaxos. Paxos has three small seaside villages where many private yachts and fishing boats moor in summer. These villages are lined up with fish taverns and studios. Daily boat tours depart from Gaios, the main village of Paxos, to the island of Antipaxos, a place with gorgeous sea water. Holidays in Paxos can be combined with the neighboring island of Corfu and the opposite mainland coasts. 

The island of Paxos, in Greece, is one of the Greek islands of the Ionian Sea and it belongs to the Ionian islands group. It is really amazing that on such a small island like Paxi visitors can find so many gorgeous beaches. Most of them are located along the eastern and northern parts, while the beaches on the small, uninhabited islet of Antipaxos have truly exotic waters. Gaios, Lakka and Logos are the three villages of Paxos island. The private yachts and fishing boats that moor in their ports in summer give a cosmopolitan feeling to these places. Sightseeing will be few during your Paxos holidays and practically the most popular things to do are sailing and relaxing on gorgeous beaches.

Paxos Greece is a very cosmopolitan island despite its small size, therefore it has a wide variety of accommodations with luxurious facilities, such as pools and spa treatments. Gaios is the capital of Paxos island and has many villas, charming guesthouses and studios in the surrounding region. The small villages of Lakka and Logos also have nice hotels to stay during your Paxos holidays.