Seven islands on the west coast of Greece, including Lefkas, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and Corfu, with a very traditional cuisine.
Greece has an old tradition regarding fishing, cooking and eating fish and seafood dishes.
Antipaxos is Paxos’ smaller “sister” and it can be reached in 20 minutes from the main island.
The course of the island’s history runs in parallel with that of Corfu.
It is known for its unpretentious, slow pace of life, crystal clear waters and steep chalky cliffs, and a plethora of olive groves. Paxos Island is a perfect place to spend some time in search of the traditional island way of life.
The entire coastline of Paxos & Antipaxos is amazing! It is highly recommended to have a tour sailing around the islands.
On the east coast of the island, in between Gaios & Lakka is the lovely village of Loggos.
Lakka village is built at the far end of an beautiful enclosed bay.
Gaios is the capital and main port of Paxos. This picturesque town is built on the leeward side of an enclosed and safe bay.
Welcome to the the romantic hideaway of the god Poseidon! A verdant island with turquoise waters, picturesque villages, imposing cliffs sheltering littoral caves and fantastic beaches!