The beautiful island of Paxos lies in the Ionian sea, just south of Corfu. According to the Greek
Mythology, Neptune extracted this tiny island with his trident from the island of Corfu and made an erotic shelter for himself and Amfitritis.
Paxos is an unusually verdurous island of perennial olives, pines, cypresses and bushes, with
amazingly beautiful beaches, graphic gulfs, steep coasts and fascinating marine caves.
The island is famous to all yachting aficionados and attracts each year an impressive
collection of “A-list” motor cruisers and sailing yachts.
Here you can enjoy the genuine architecture of the Ionian islands, follow the tracks running
through the olive groves along the breathtaking west coast cliffs and down to its secluded
beaches, spend an afternoon at Lakka, the picturesque natural harbor and taste local fish
specialties, rent a boat and explore the amazing north-west coastline of the island where the
blue waters will amaze you. A day trip to Antipaxos (only 15 minutes away by boat), best
known for its two magnificent white-sand beaches Vrika and Voutoumi, is a must.
This island may be small, but our local concierge will always have various ideas and
propositions to enrich your days and nights uncovering all of its hidden pleasures.
Reaching the island is typically by air to Corfu and then by hydrofoil (50 minutes), sea taxi (30
minutes) or hydroplane (20 minutes) to Paxos