Can you fly direct to Paxos?
There are no direct flights to Paxos, because Paxos does not have an airport. If you’re looking for a flight to Corfu, before getting to Paxos, we have listed a few useful links on the right. These will help you find the flight best suited to your needs.
How do I get to Voutoumi Beach?
Spending the holiday in Paxos, we’ve decided to take a taxi-boat, with a 15€ return ticket, for a daily trip. It takes about 15 min to reach Antipaxos. The taxi leaves you on Vrika beach, where you can stay if you like, or you can walk for about 30 minutes, reaching Voutoumi beach.
How do you get to Paxos island Greece?
The only way to get to Paxos is by ferry, either from Igoumenitsa on the mainland or from Corfu. There is no airport on the island. The closest airport is in Corfu which is 1 hour away by the fast ferry.
Are there any day trips from Paxos to Antipaxos?
There are day trips mainly from Gaios, as well as daily water taxis from Gaios to Vrika and Voutoumi Beaches which run from mid-June to mid-September. Water taxis only take 10-15 minutes to get you from Paxos to Antipaxos and back.
Where is Antipaxos?
Where is Antipaxos? Here is a map that shows mainland Greece, Corfu, Paxos and Antipaxos. Antipaxos is just under 2kms to the south of Paxos in the Ionian Sea. The trip from Gaios to Vrika Beach is longer of course, but the 2km is the extent of the bit of open sea between the two islands.
Where to buy wine in anti Paxos?
Anti Paxos wine can be bought in the local shops in Paxos or can be sampled in the tavernas on Anti Paxos and Paxos, it is well worth tasting.Excursion boats from Paxos to Anti Paxos run frequently in the summer, the trip takes about 15 minutes and you can spend the whole day there if you like. Looking to stay in Anti Paxos?
How many beaches are there on Antipaxos?
There are three main beaches on Antipaxos. One of the two famous beaches of Paxos, Vrika Beach has the lovely soft white sand and that Caribbean-esque stunning water. Vrika beach has two tavernas which you can read about later on in this post.