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Paxos island Paxos, the ionian diamond of Greece The Republic of olive green and marine blue
welcomes you! Magic Moments Gaios, the capital of the island Gaios lies at the end of a “fjord”, created by the islet of Agios Nikolaos, which suddenly opens up to reveal a fine harbour the town, with its orivinal Venetian layout and architecture, boasts a number of prized possessions, like th old British governor’s mansion and the church og Agii Apostoli with an impressive cistern above it Wander into the old alleys, shops and cafes of Paxos and discover the magic melody and perfumes of the island… Gaios is named after a homonymous pupil of Paul the Apostle, who brought Christianity to the island Lakka: a stunning resort at the northern part of the island. Lakka is the second largest village in size, on the northern end of Paxos and is flanked by silver green groves and cypress trees. The picturesque fishing village is located on a natural, almost circular, harbor. Lakka is a popular tourist destination for yachting, windsurfing, snorkeling and swimming. The two main beaches within the Lakka bay, white pebbled Kanoni and sandy Harami lead to a very clear turquoise sea! Set Sail Antipaxos island: Voutoumi, a paradisiac beach at the twin island of Paxos. It’s summer time! Best Choice Blue Caves: At the western coast of Paxos Let’s go! Travel to the west coast by boat! This coast of Paxi is a wonderland of white cliffs and grottoes. By boat you can “investigate” them all… Lost
in wild charming nature Longos: a colorful resort at the east coast of Paxos. Longos is a small fishing harbor. There are several shops and bars around. At one end of Longos harbour stands the tall chimney from an abandoned soap factory. Several shingle beaches make Longos a hot spot! Paxos, a secret treasure! Unbelievable colors, secluded beaches, crystal clear waters, breathtaking views, picturesque villages! Words are not enough! The whole island an olive grove. Centuries-old trees blanket Paxi. Gnarled and twisted into amazing shapes, they block out the sun, throwing their dense shade over the entire island. For the locals these trees are sacred! Like this video. Tell us your opinion, write a comment. Share! Runnismos Travel Guru
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