Paxos is one of the smallest islands in Greece, just about 12 km in length and with 2 thousand local inhabitants. Paxos, or Paxoi (plural in Greek) is a cluster of small islands including Paxos, Antipaxos, Mogonisi, Kaltsonisi, Agios Nikolaos, Panagia and other islets.
The block of islands, most notably Paxos and nearby tinier Antipaxos, are very popular among European tourists in the summer, arriving to the island in cars, boats or yachts. Deep green scenery, pebbled beaches with blue waters, sandy beaches with smaragdine waters, colourful little houses, hiking routes, snorkeling worthy seas, along with the notoriously good Greek cuisine and Mediterranean sun constitute a unique, stunningly beautiful little island.
A scenic, idyllic paradise in the middle of the Ionian sea, Paxos is a great place for your summer holidays with friends or family. A place to enjoy sunny days, warm nights, crystal clear waters, a place to relax and recharge your batteries. Far away from the noise and misery of any city, expect an exclusive and secluded holiday.
You can find out more about history and geography of Paxos in this article.