Paxi Gaios

Information about Gaios

Gaios Village Paxi: Gaios is the capital town of Paxi, named after the Apostle Gaios, who played an important role on the island when he preached during the first years after the death of the Christ. Gaios is surrounded by a stunning landscape with lush green olive groves and it counts on 500 residents that constitute the majority of the population of the entire island. Today most of them are engaged in tourism and fishing.

Related Tour: Cruise to Paxi Antipaxos and Blue caves, from 30.00 € (From Corfu)

Gaios lies around the natural harbour where most cultural and trade activities on the island take place. The village displays some of the most picturesque 19th century buildings that can be seen from the port between the narrow alleys. The village retains its strong traditional character despite the cosmopolitan crowds that constantly arrive on the island with private yachts and boats. Paxi has always been a popular destination among the Italian and the English.

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Reviews of Gaios, Paxi

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  • uliana45 27 Jan 2011
    Unforgettable water
    I was lucky enough to travel to Greece and spend my vacation in the wonderful green islands of Paxi and Antipaxi. I stayed at a friend's house in Gaios, the biggest village of Paxi. I had only a week to spend there and my only wish was to see the astonishing beaches that my friend was talking about all these years. We started from Levrehio, only 5 minutes from Gaios, a wonderful beach with crystalline green waters. We also went to beaches like Logos and Monodendri.

    However, one of the most amazing places that I ever seen in my whole life is the small island of Antipaxi. We passed across with a small boat that travels back and forth between Gaios and Antipaxi. I can easily characterize the place as the ultimate Greek island. You feel like that the island has been crystal for ages, enough to make it a paradise. The island has no habitants, only a few people go there in summer to spend the day and leave at night. The boat made the tour of this magical island and all we could see was clean exotic sea. The turquoise water was just breathtaking. Voutoumi is a wonderful pebbled beach on the northern side of the island. It is situated inside a cove with tall rock on the sides. The water is quite shallow, ideal for all ages. There is also a tavern on the hill.