What to do in Paxos?

Beaches, landscapes, views, and fairy tale villages are awaiting your arrival in Paxos.

Take your time to discover Paxos. Centenary olive groves cover this Greek island, where you will enjoy these incredible beaches, the bluest sea ever, and a place to relax your senses. Let yourself go and feel peace of mind. Discover Paxos Island.

Lakka Beach
Lakka Beach

The bluest sea ever is in Paxos.

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The entrance to Gaios Port
The entrance to Gaios Port

Most boats to Paxos Island usually arrive and depart from Gaios or Gaia Port.

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Mogonissi Beach in the South
Mogonissi Beach in the South

Mogonissi is one of the most peaceful beaches in the whole island.

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A shop in Lakka
A shop in Lakka

Beautiful shops in small alleys, a must to be discovered!

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A coffee at Gaios Port
A coffee at Gaios Port

Take it easy and just watch the sea while having a cappuccino.

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Road to Mogonissi Beach
Road to Mogonissi Beach

Centenary olive trees cover the island in ancient olive groves.

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Lakka Port in North Paxos
Lakka Port in North Paxos

The North of Paxos is much quieter, but stays busy during the summer.

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Alley in Loggas village, Paxos
Alley in Loggas village, Paxos

Loggas is another small village to visit and walk around.

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Paxos typical house
Paxos typical house

Stone buildings with colourful facades.

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Kloni Gouli Beach
Kloni Gouli Beach

No description needed!

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Statue of the hero Georgios Anemogiannis
Statue of the hero Georgios Anemogiannis

Paxos Island has a very interesting history, and their hero is known all over Greece.

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