Paxos is a small island, 7 miles by 3 miles wide, with more than 30 white beaches and a red sea. A series of development stocks are located on the east coast, which is better explored by boat. An island of unique beauty, Paxos holidays offer an uncomplicated lifestyle, ideal for those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of today’s world.
Gaios is a small town in the city of Paxos with a large harbor. The town was named after St Gaios, a student of St Paul. It has a variety of shops, restaurants, and restaurants and the evening atmosphere is very pleasant during the peak season.
Across the water is Aghios Nikolaos, with its old Venetian fortress, excellent if you want to leave Gaios for a day trip and explore.
High-quality pottery and pottery, leather goods, jewelry, wine, olive oil, and feta cheese are some of the cheap best holiday items in Paxos.
Paxos has breathtaking white beaches and a blue-green sea. Gaios fills the sandy sea at Mogonissi south of the island. A great way to explore caravans off the East Coast by boat.
Go on an organized tour or proceed independently and discover abandoned villages, ancient olive gardens, and beautiful scenery. Or, explore the world with huge waterfalls and under the sea.
Try snorkeling, self-driving boats, water skiing, and other Scuba water sports.
For those who want to experience the traditional Greek island that has not been invaded by a major tour, the Paxos holidays are perfect.
Unlike many Greek islands, the holiday season in Paxos is a time of great relaxation because of the lifestyle and easy way of life of tourists.
In the spring, when the wild hills burst in color, Paxos is stunning.
Now better known as tourism than its historic olive oil production, Paxos still has more than 200,000 trees and some growers accept the help of visitors to the traditional harvest and press every November. Temperatures can still reach 20 degrees, up to five hours a day, and the sea is warm enough to swim.