Almost all beaches in Paxos Island are pebbled, and with no organized facilities.
Some beach bars and tavernas offer sunbeds and umbrellas or other amenities such as showers and changing booths, but there is no strictly organized beach on the island.
The shores of Paxos are beautiful; surrounded by turquoise waters perfect for swimming and scuba diving you will undoubtedly find some of Greece’s most stunning beaches here!
Some of the most interesting beaches are the popular Plakes in Gaios, the dreamy Levrehio nestling under thick shadows of trees, the manmade bay of Moggonisi, the only sandy beach on the island and the charming Harami, with a view to the harbour of Lakka and a quaint lighthouse.
Also worth mentioning are some beaches of the rocky western coast, such as Galazio, named after the striking light blue colour of the waters is a tiny slab of land hidden beneath the harsh rocky cliffs, and it is accessed only by sea.
Avlaki, just north of Galazio with the reef of Agrilas ideal for scuba diving and Erimitis, famous for its dramatic white cliffs that change colour at sunset, taking every shade of orange and red.