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Tripitos Arch

In the southwest of Paxos, an imposing natural rock formation stands out the sea, catching the eye of the visitors. The sea arch of Tripitos or Kamara – as it is called- was created when parts of a cave collapsed. The spectacular creation of Mother Nature is over 20 meters high and can be reached by boat or on foot.

Lighthouse of Cape Lakka

It is located one kilometer from the port of Lakka, at the northernmost part of Paxos. Its operation began in 1919 but it was destroyed by a land subsidence. The new lighthouse is a stone-built, square tower of 10.7 meters in height and it’s enclosed by a stone wall.

Sterna Elliniki

In the south of the island and in a landscape of unique natural beauty, lies the Cistern “Elliniki”. It is a round-shaped water reservoir, dating back to the Venetian occupation and is still being in use today as part of the water supply system. The stunning, panoramic view it offers, as it stands upon a rock, makes it one of the ‘must see’ spots of the island.

Cave of Ipapantis

Beautiful sea caves are found in the western side of Paxos, among steep, vertical rocks. The locals call them “graves”. One of them is the “Cave of Ypapanti”, where the Greek submarine “Papanikolis” was hidden during World War II. Swimming into them is an experience you’ll never forget.

Rantatika

The settlement of Radatika is located near the village of Lakka, northwest of Paxos. On the edge of the settlement, in a green landscape, you will find the Ypapanti Church, one of the most beautiful churches of the island.

Mοnodentri beach

It is a very beautiful beach with crystal clear waters and trees that grow by the sea. Located near Loggos village, is one of the few organized beaches of Paxos. Here you will find cafes, restaurants and facilities for water sports, so you can spend many hours enjoying and relaxing. Road access is easy and parking space is available.