Paxos is famous for the magnificent beaches and the hospitality of the locals. Crystal clear water, mainly rocky beaches either with sunbed or more quiet … you will definitely find the beach to love.
Discover the crystal clear waters & relax your mind
One of our favorite beaches in the island and for sure the biggest one. Kipiadi beach can be found in the road towards Loggos (from Foundana), it requires a little bit of hiking (3-4 minutes) but the water and the nature will pay you back.
A popular beach with two beach bars and tavern. Parking is easy, and sunbeds are available to rent. There is the option for water sports also in Monodendri beach.
A hidden gem which was created few years ago after an earthquake. Parking is rather difficult and there is a 5 minute downhill but you will experience a breathtaking view and sea. Especially the days that is not windy, Erimitis is a heaven on earth.
Welcome to Antipaxos. Everyone needs to have the opportunity to swim on the turquoise crystal clear waters of Voutoumi beach. Do not miss walking up the stairs to the tavern, and check out the amazing view.
Vrika is the beach that you will see first once you visit Antipaxos island. Taverns & sunbeds are available but do invest on the relaxation offered by the sandy beach & the turquoise waters.
Marmari beach in Loggos is rather difficult to find but it will pay back any minute spend in this quest. Peaceful, with calm and clear waters is the place to relax.
Paxos is a rather small island. Being small allows guests to explore the entire island. You will have the opportunity to visit many places, but do start with the one’s below !
The main village
Gaios is the main village and the island’s port. You can visit the village any time of day, for shopping, food, nightlife, boat/car rentals and all municipal services. Have a morning coffee on the main square and observe the locals and tourist starting their day. Have a dinner by the sea, grab a cocktail on hand and walk through the vibes of night.
Don’t forget that the boats for Antipaxos depart from Gaios.
The fishermen village
Loggos is a tiny village known for the fish taverns and some beautiful beaches. Visit the village for a Mediterranean dinner by the sea, and continue with drinks on the secret balconies offered on the two bars in the entrance of the village. On a day time, you can visit Levrexio or Marmari beach (you may need to ask for directions), both will please you with their beauty and peacefulness.
A sailing sanctuary
Anyone with a sailboat knows Lakka. The village is safely guarded from winds and waves with its oval shape. Have a coffee by the sea, and wonder around the small streets. You will find that Lakka is a hidden gem shopping.
Other attractions & must see
Paxos island is one of the most beautiful islands of the Ionian Sea, filled with olive trees and numerous wonderful beaches. Paxos Island is located 7 miles south of Corfu and 8 miles from Epirus Coast. Our island extends in an area of 19 square kilometers and it consist of more than 6 smaller islands, among them Antipaxos which is famous for its sandy beaches. A short visit will make you fall in love with our island!
Wander around the island and find ruins of old buildings, churches or windmills. This is the history of the island and in many cases describe the way the locals lived many years ago.
There are numerous churches spread around the island. You should spend some time visiting the homonymous church in Panagia island, the church of Ypapanti in Lakka, St. Analipsis church in Gaios.
The Тripitos Arch (alsо knοwn аs Kamarа) is a naturаl arch which lies beneath the sea. It can be found оn thе west сοаst of Paxos and is accessible by sea or on foot (hiking trail is not difficult but a bit hard to find).
Erimitis is an area with vеry high whitе сliffs hаnging оvеr. Thе sеа is dееp аnd windy mоst οf thе timе but it offers the best sunset in the island.