Discover the amazing west coast of Paxos. Paddle into spectacular caves and through amazing rock formations.
Paxos island is ideal for walking – hiking. Walkers can take advantage of the dense footpath network and explore the island’s beautiful countryside on foot.
Experience something new, exciting and addictive. The view of Paxos from above reveals its natural beauty in a different way.
Consisting of sand, rock formations, seaweeds, reefs, caves and shipwrecks, at the rear of the island Paxos waters can be quite breathtaking.
Take the chance to explore the island’s breathtaking coast with an experienced crew, enjoy Paxos’ emerald waters, in style on board of a comfortable sailing boat.
Renting a little rib or motor boat for the day is an excellent way to get to know the island, stopping off for swims in secluded bays or even crossing to Antipaxos.
About Paxos island
Paxos and Antipaxos, situated 15km south of Corfu and about 20km off the Greek mainland, have managed to remain relatively unspoilt by mass tourism.
The western seaboard of Paxos is dramatic, with cliffs, sea caves and stretches of rugged, rocky coastline, while the east coast is home to gentle pebbly beaches and views of the Greek mainland. The hinterland is carpeted with olive groves, pine trees and cypress.