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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

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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

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Sterna Elliniki

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Cave of Ipapantis

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Palia Perithia

This is a protected village located deep in the bosom of the mountain, with ancient roots, stone mansions, mysterious streets

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Strinylas

The village of Strinylas, perched on the western slopes of Mount Pantokrator, is known for the good quality stone it

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Dotsiko

The last village in the northern borders of the prefecture is the village of Dotsiko whose stonemasons made it one

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Benitses

Following the eastern coastal road leading south, you will find Benitses – a former fishing village and now well frequented

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Παραλία Μυρτιώτισσα

Κοντά στη Γλυφάδα, αλλά τελείως διαφορετική: διάσπαρτοι βράχοι, άφθονο πράσινο, λευκή άμμος και κρυστάλλινα βαθιά νερά συνθέτουν το σκηνικό στη

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Agni beach

One of the many small beaches of the northeast coast, in a lush backdrop of yachts moored in the background.

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