8 Photos That Will Make you Want to Visit Paxos This Summer


Paxos is the main island of this tiny group of islands just south of Kerkyra in the Ionian Sea with even more tiny Antipaxos nearby.

The islands are stunningly beautiful and green and have been left largely untouched, given their isolation from the mainland.

In mythology, the islands were created when Poseidon struck his trident on Corfu to give his wife Amphitrite her own peaceful get-away.

The island is serviced by hydrofoils and ferry boats from the mainland Greece port of Igoumenitsa (1.5 hours), hydrofoil boats from Corfu (1 hour) and from Bari and Brindisi (4 hours).



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