Paxos untouched by time, this magical island holds many enchanting surprises of natural beauty and contrasts
Paxos Little bit of Heaven
Paxos (also known as Paxi or Paxoi), is the smallest of the Ionian Islands. The landscape of Paxos largely consists of olive-orchards, and Antipaxos is mostly vineyards. The ground is elevated, forming hills, and the soil is calciferous. The eastern coastlines of the island are sloping, while the west coasts are steep, with remarkable natural formations: caves, arches, dome-shaped forms, and sheer cliffs. The three largest villages are located on the eastern side of the island: to the south is Gaios, Loggos is in the middle and Lakka is at the northern part. Makratika, Bogdanatika, Vlahopoulatika, Magazia, and Mastoratika are some of the beautiful smaller villages scattered throughout the island.
The crystal clear water of the Ionian has to be seen to be believed. You can rent a boat and go for lunch on Anti-Paxos with its spectacular white, sandy beaches, or you can have a wonderful day trip around the island and discover all the beauties Paxos is offering.
Letos Villas combine a perfect location with a comfort stay where you can enjoy the outstanding view of the sunset, just a few hundred meters away from Gaios tourist centre making easy your stay and your moving.