This tiny Greek island is located south of Corfu, on the Ionian Sea. This is a place with intense cosmopolitan style due to the many yachts in its ports in summer.
Let’s start off with this coastal town and harbor of Paxos. It has all the traditional characteristics towns in Greece have plus it’s surrounded by natural beauty.
Erimitis Beach (means Hermit) and although there’s no hermit, is somewhat secluded making it great for getting away from crowds and enjoying crystal clear waters.
The “Rock of Monolithos” in Paxos is a tourist attraction.
The gorgeous caves around the island are best seen on top of a ferry and that’s one of the most magical experiences to have in Paxoi.
Lakka is a small port in Paxos.
The waters are so clear in Kipiadi Beach it looks like the boats that are stopped nearby are floating in the air.
Vrika Beach on the other hand also has lovely clear waters but they’re relatively shallow which means you can walk inside and relax without having to swim.
THE BLUE CAVES
The blue caves, are one of the most important places in the islands.
Tripitos is the biggest arch of the island and one of the most beautiful in Greece. It feels amazing going through it on a sunny day to catch a glimpse of the arch.
Finally, we have Voutoumi Beach of Antipaxos, which is one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece and the whole world. Its waters are turquoise.