The Absolute Mediterranean Secret Heaven!
If heaven was a place on earth, then that place would be Paxos Island. Away from the bustling masses of other, more touristic Greek islands, Paxos is a destination for those seeking harmony and tranquility together with an easygoing day-to-day and stunning seaside sceneries. This small island of the Ionian Sea is full of olive and pine trees, secluded beaches, breathtaking underwater caves and postcard-worthy sceneries.
The three main villages of Paxos Island are Gaios, Lakka and Logos, where life seems to follow a different, slower and more relaxed pace; friendly locals, traditional cafés and taverns with the freshest fish and gorgeous views to the sea.
Gaios is the island’s main port, situated on the south-eastern side of the island. Two small islets, Agios Nikolaos and Panagia protect the habour of Gaios, making the passage between them both a safe haven and a locale that seems like it popped out of a postcard!
Lakka is situated on the northern tip of the island, another natural and protected harbor, and perfect for mooring yachts. Logos stands on the eastern side of Paxos, across mainland Greece.
Calm, quaint beaches with crystal clear waters ideal for swimming dominate the eastern side of the island, whereas the western is rockier, with steep cliffs and rough, windswept shores that hide more than a few surprises, such as underwater caves and impressive rock formations.
The gorgeous nature of the island, together its mystifying, past-era charm create an irresistible environment that makes every visitor of Paxos instantly fall in love with the place; it’s no wonder that our visitors keep coming back!