Greece is the first wine-manufacturing country in Europe and one of the oldest wine-manufacturing countries in the world. The history of wine-producing in Greece goes back to 4,000 years and is believed to exist in ancient times. According to historical records during the medieval period, the Ottoman rulers imposed on the companies manufacturing and exporting the wine.
After which during the last decades of the 20th century, wine manufacturing in Greece became the matter of debate between the conventional and the existing methods of making wine. At that time the only wine available for Greek people was retsina, developed with the resin of pine to protect from oxidation.
Wine Manufacturing in Modern Greece
The entrance of the European Union resulted in a dynamic shift in the history of wine manufacturing in Greece. Today, the manufacturers of wine in the country are adopting the latest methods for wine production. But, interestingly they still rely on using the native grapes in wine manufacturing along with the high quality of grapes available in the international market.
The region is regarded as the centre of the various events that were held in Greece during ancient times. According to the data related to wine production, the region accounted for 31% of wine production in Greece. It has about 182 wineries, producing grapes in 50,000 acres of land. The major categories of grapes grown in this area are Roditis, Moschofilero, Agiorgitiko, and Mavroudi. The region houses the highest vineyards in Greece located at the height of 3,000 feet.
The Skouras Winery
This winery is regarded as the sister concern of Peloponnese and has played an important role in adopting the latest techniques for making the wine. The Skouras winery located in Malandreni and Nemea came into existence back in 2004. Both units are equipped with the latest machines used for wine production.
Paxos is one of the most beautiful islands of Greece which has remained unspoiled because of its location in a remote area. Interestingly, its location in the far most area has played an incredible role in retaining its natural beauty and heritage. Going through the presence of both these elements it is only visited by tourists with specific preference, without enjoying any of the benefits as offered in various tour packages. It would not be wrong to say that the view of Paxos often known as Paxi or Paxoi is like a fairytale which has an efficiency of fascinating everyone whoever comes in its arms.
Enriched with rich cultural values, Paxos is the perfect combination of modern and traditional values merged in a unit. The natural landscape, beautiful beaches and shores, vegetation, the green valley, grabs the attention of the tourists as soon as they keep their first step on the island. It would not be wrong to say that Paxos Island is a hidden gem of the Ionian Sea.
Some of the interesting facts associated with this Greek island are mentioned below:
It is a universal truth that most of the islands in the Ionian sea are recognized for their exotic views and location, interestingly Paxos island is not an exception to it. But, what makes Paxos different from others are its beautiful small beaches which are located within a walking distance and offer mental and physical relaxation to the tourists.
Some of the famous beaches on the island are mentioned below:
i. Leverechio Beach: Apart from white pebbles, eye-catching landscape, and sky blue water, the presence of shady olive trees throughout the beach makes it one of the beautiful beaches of the island. It is a highly preferred location for sunbath and swimming. One more thing which makes it different from other beaches is its surrounding areas which are suitable for families with children.
ii. Kaki Lagada: Located on the eastern coast of the Paxos island, it is a sandy beach which is surrounded by beautiful sceneries and vegetation. Moving ahead the presence of canteen during the summer offer visitors the privilege of enjoying their favourite drinks and snacks.
iii. Pounda Beach: An interesting fact about this beach is that where at other beaches you will find crystal blue water, here you will find the water in different varieties of blue colour. Located at a distance of 5 km from Gaios, the capital of Paxos, it is the best place for nature and peace lovers to enjoy mental relaxation.
iv. Plakes Beach: Located at the walking distance of just 500 meters from Gaios the beach is blessed with one of the best landscapes on the island. Due to the presence of abundance rocks, you will find lots of pebbles spread across the beach.
Mesmerizing Port of Paxos:
As there is no airport on the island, the only way to reach is through ferry which could be hired from Corfu. Located between Paxi and Agios Nikolaos, the port looks like a painting painted by nature, fascinating the tourists towards its charm. Most of the houses on the island are inspired by Venetian architecture. The presence of olive groves further enhances the beauty of the island.
The island is surrounded by small villages which could be accessed by boat or walking. Some of the famous villages visited highly by the tourists are:
1. Lakka Paxoi: Recognized as the fishing village, it is surrounded by the green hills and located in the centre of a beautiful cove. The cove houses yachts and ferries coming from different locations of the island. Walking across the narrow streets of the village you will find lots of beautiful scenes that you would like to share on your Instagram. The most notable place to visit in this village is 36 meters high lighthouse that was built back in 1832. The nightlife of the village might remind you about your city, due to bars and restaurants that are opened until the early morning hours.
2. Logos Paxi: The small village has a picturesque view due to several beaches across it. The worth mentioning feature about this village is that to date it is untouched by the modern culture and therefore is an ideal location. The conventional taverns located on the beach offer the privilege of enjoying the taste of local food cooked strictly according to Greek cuisine.
The springs are something that should be enjoyed by all the visitors. The mixture of subsoil and seawater enriches with lots of healing powers due to the presence of sulphuric elements present in the soil.
Considered as one of the heavens on earth Antipaxos is located at a distance of 3 km away from Paxos. Located in the area of only 5 square kilometres, the tourists need a boat from Paxos to reach this island. If you are a person who wants to relax in the arms of nature it is an ideal location for you to enjoy your holidays.
Now what else you expect from a place for being recognized as a hidden gem, as it is blessed with an abundance of natural elements that are present to offer mental and physical relaxation to the tourists.
After Christmas, if there is any other festival that is celebrated with full enthusiasm and courage by the entire Christian community across the world is Easter. The festival is organized to commemorate the rebirth of the Lord Jesus, after his crucifixion on Good Friday. But, the way Easter is celebrated in Greece it is not celebrated in any country of the world.
The spirit of celebrating Easter which is seen in the Greek islands is not found even in the whole country. The seven days prior to the arrival of Easter are known as Holy Week during which different types of celebrations are made by the natives of the islands.
The series of these ceremonies begin from 11.00 a.m. onwards on Palm Sunday reiterate the Holy Shrine of Saint Spyridon to acknowledge the sincere efforts made by him from protecting the island from the impacts of fatal plague in 1629. The size and the length of the litany are quite bigger and move across the path of old Venetian city boundaries.
The function is joined by all the Philharmonics of Ionian Island to express their respect and honor towards the Patron Saint of Corfu. During the night of the Palm Sunday, a concert is organized by the Philharmonic to inspire the passion and feelings to celebrate the full Holy Week with full courage and enthusiasm.
Eastern in Greece and Corfu are celebrated under normal circumstances. This year (i.e. 2020) Greece is in Lock-down because of the Covid-19 and Eastern is only celebrated at home.
Good Monday : On Monday all the people go market to buy the items that will be used to make the arrangements for celebrating different days of the week with fun and happiness. Some of the common items brought by the people are aromas of baking ‘foyatsa’ to decorate the red egg and ‘mandolato’ an item made from the combination of almond and honey.
Good Tuesday : On the afternoon of holy Tuesday, all the people go to city churches for prayers and listen to the story of Mary Magdalene. While in the afternoon people benefit by the holy stories, in the night Music and Poetry Night is organized at the Peristyle of the Old Palace. The theme of this night is “From Golgotha to Resurrection”.
Good Wednesday : During the afternoon of the Good Wednesday the natives of Corfu participate in the Holy Unction. Then again at 8.30 p.m. all of them unite at the Municipal Theatre to listen the Municipal Chorus sung in the memory of Lord Jesus.
Good Thursday : The arrival of Good Thursday means, that now the day has come to dye all the Easter eggs red, to symbolize the rebirth of nature and life. The information regarding this is given by ringing the bell. However, this activity begins after the lighting of 12 candles in the Duomo, the Catholic Cathedral. It would be important to mention that all these 12 candles are not lit at the same time, but each of them is lit separately after reading the 12 Gospels.
The funereal bells are played to awake the people and the ecclesiastical ceremonies are organized to commemorate the activity of removing the Christ from the Cross. The Epitaphs are decorated by the young girls, this activity begins from the afternoon followed by the music played by the choruses and bands. Finally, around 10.00 p.m, the last Epitaph, which is well-decorated makes his appearance in front of the crowd. This Epitaph is from Corfu Cathedral.
Good or Easter Saturday
Around 6.00 a.m. all the people unite in the church of the Virgin Mary of Ksenon, to recreate a situation of an earthquake that in actual at the time of Christ’s Resurrection. The announcement regarding the first resurrection is made around 11.00 a.m which is followed by the phrase “Christós Anésti” uttered by the people telling each other that the Christ has waked-up. This is responded by the phrase “Alithós Anésti” confirming the re-born of Christ. It is believed that this reply came from the sky.
After this, the final series of celebrations begin in the form of “Christós Anésti” followed by the huge sound of pealing bells and sounds of the bands moving across the streets. People also throw the clay pots from the windows with a belief that the sound created by the breaking of the pots will kick out the evil soul from the country.
During the night people attend the functions organized at Catholic Mass of the Resurrection in Duomo, or the Orthodox Resurrection Service at “Páno Platía” (Upper Square). Both the places are decorated with thousands of lit candles placed on window sills, balconies of the houses or hold by the people coming in the function. At sharp 12.00 night, the arrival of Christ is celebrated with huge sounds of drums and fireworks.
On Good Sunday or Easter:
The Sunday or the day of Easter is celebrated by partying at home, after prayers in the Church. However, the festivities are organized throughout the island, yet people visit the houses of their relatives, friends, and neighbours to greet each other. The celebrations are organized till late-night, without any concern about waking up early on Monday morning, due to government holiday.
As Easter is an important festival in Greece and celebrated with more courage and happiness than compared to Christmas, it is equally attended by the people all age-groups whether they are old or young. It would not be wrong to say that this festival eliminates the difference in ages between the generations.
Visiting Greece is not less than unleashing its secrets for most of the visitors, because besides beautiful islands and picturesque natural locations, you will find the abundance of olive groves planted almost across all the corners of the country. In short, it can be said that visiting Greece offers you the pleasure of enjoying an Eco-friendly holiday that is full of some mind-blowing suspense.
The history of harvesting olive dates back to ancient times, as according to the folklore olive is enriched with divine power and therefore the goddess Athena to the people of Athens. It is also believed that the people of Athens preferred to adore the goddess Athena instead of lord Poseidon and therefore she blessed them with a gift which was regarded as the best source of healthy life and which will help them in satisfying their food needs till the end of their life
Process of Olive Harvesting: It would be interesting to know that the time of olive harvesting is regarded as one of the most important periods of the year and therefore whole united at one place to help each other in the task of growing the olive plants. In case if any family does not have a sufficient number of members to help in the task of harvesting olive, they can ask for help from their relatives and neighbors. Interestingly, going through the relevance of harvesting everyone is happy to assist each other in the task without any compromise. Because in this way they can return the help they have acquired from them in back.
The proper way to pluck the olives is by hand so that there is no damage to the tree and also to the fruit. Although there is no particular time to harvest the olives because it normally continues for two to three months, still the period from November to mid of January is the time when the olives are harvested across the nation. The period of the olive harvest in not less than an annual event in the country during which all the families in villages and islands come close to each other and help in the task.
To collect the plucked olives large nests are placed on the land to pick the olives being plucked by the people. To reach the top of the tree ladders are used by the people and the process continues till all the olives are not removed from each tree located on the farm. Once all the olives are collected in large boxes they are sent to the compressing unit where they are washed properly and separated from the leaves.
Change in the process of harvesting with changing time: The above-mentioned process of harvesting olive groves is the traditional way and with the changing time there is a vast change in its harvesting. Today, there are lots of producers who make the use of electronic machines that shake the tree for plucking the olives. However, still, most of the farmers prefer to harvest the olives following the ancient method, because it is Eco-friendly and retains the pure benefits of the olives.
Once the harvest season is over, a huge feast is organized to celebrate the period. In this feast different types of dishes are cooked by the people by using fresh olive oil. The taste of these dishes is not less than any divine food.
Olive Oil is the major element in Greek food:
Despite being the major producer of olive oil, the people of Greece make its use in cooking all their dishes due to an abundance of health benefits hidden in the oil from the olives. The relevance of benefits offered by olive oil can be realized from the fact that it is not only used by almost all the households in Greece but in all the hotels, restaurants and villas on different islands.
The most amazing fact about the olive groves is that they are not only grown in the well-developed cities and villages but even in the smallest islands like Paxos Island, which is recognized as the smallest island in Greece.
The island has an abundance of olive groves located in its green valley. Glyfada Beach villas has created all its villas inside a huge olive grove and and are still collecting their own olives in the winter time. In this way their clients still have the facility of enjoying the taste of Greek food to their visitors cooked strictly according to the Greek cuisines by using their own fresh olive oil in two of the restaurants operating at Glyfada Beach Villas & Restaurant.
Surrounded by the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean sea, Greece is a prime destination for holidaymakers from every corner of the globe. There are many wonderful aspects to enjoy in this idyllic haven, but when it comes to experiencing Greek cuisine, their traditional Mediterranean dishes are second to none.
Locals take pride in their abundance of versatile recipes made from a range of fresh ingredients. For this very reason, it’s clear to those who visit the country that their delicacies are a unique product of influential change and progression over the years.
Whether you’re staying on the mainland or venturing out to the cluster of islands found in the Ioanian sea, there are a few must-try recipes you won’t want to miss out on!
From simply delicious dips and appetizers to fresh seafood and classic grilled dishes, we will be running through some of the country’s most popular culinary options on offer.
Souvlaki : Grilled meat and vegetables make up a large part of Greek foods. There are many different ways to prepare and present these dishes, however, a frequent favourite is by far, Souvlaki.
This delicious skewer can be made up of any meat, from chicken to pork, or you can grill up a variety of vegetables such as peppers and aubergines for a meat-free alternative. It is often enjoyed alongside chopped tomatoes and raw onions in a pitta bread with a spoonful of tzatziki to combine the flavours and add refreshing tang.
Moussaka: This is the iconic combination of minced lamb, fried puréed tomato, onion and garlic, with underlying hints of cinnamon and allspice, topped with layers of sautéed aubergine, small potatoes and the final touch of Bechamel Sauce and cheese.
Moussaka is found in tavernas all over Greece, however, locals also enjoy putting their own spin on the household favourite and cooking it at home.
Fresh Fish: The harbour towns and villages across the mainland and Ionian islands are home to picturesque seaside tavernas, the perfect place to enjoy some fish fresh from the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas.
Fish dishes are easy to prepare and cook, served grilled with a side of classic greek salad. For a zesty twist, the fish is often finished with a lemon and oil dressing drizzled over the top!
Taramasalata and Tzatziki: When thinking about classic Greek cuisine, don’t underestimate the importance of these classic dips. Tzatziki is a blend of yoghurt, cucumber and garlic. People have described this as the taste of Greece, as the flavours encapsulate the midday sun glistening on the surface of salty waves.
On the other hand, we have taramasalata, which is a creamy blend of pink or white fish roe with a similar consistency and is a must for anyone visiting this part of the world. Despite the dip being mainly fish-based, it is surprisingly subtle and has a deliciously fresh taste! Enjoy these dips as an afternoon snack with pita bread, potatoes, chips or Breadsticks just to name a few accompaniments and pair it with a chilled glass of wine.
Olives: Olives are a staple starter in Greece and are found in many meals in the local tavernas either whole or as organic oil. As a starter or side, you will find them served in various different ways, some saltier and cured in a brine, whilst others are freshly picked from the tree.
There are stories of Athena gifting an olive tree to the city of Athens, hence the large association of this food within Greece. Despite this being an ancient story, the presence of olive trees is still very much here, with many of the villas in Paxos being emerged within Olive groves. Not only can you treat yourself to a salty appetizer, but you also take in the lush greenery of stunning groves intertwined with Greece’s iconic white-wash villas.
When visiting this stunning country, keep an open mind to try a wide range of traditional foods as you may just find your new favourite dish! If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway without the stress of venturing too far for delicious meals, our luxury villas in Paxos is also known for the delicious Greek traditional food served at 2 on-site restaurants which serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is not for nothing that the park is assessed with such a high customer rating! In short, enjoy…….
There is no disputing the rising popularity in villa-getaways amongst holidaymakers around the world, however, have you ever considered holiday accommodation in Paxos?
With this secluded island spanning just seven by three miles, this idyllic haven often slips below the radar when researching villas in Greece, but those who have made the trip will confirm, it’s an unforgettable experience that many choose to repeat for years to come. Once you set foot on the pebbled shores that outline the traditional fishing village of Loggos, you will be just ten minutes away from our collection of luxury villas in Paxos.
Our villas are located in the midst of a green valley, surrounded by the island’s iconic olive groves and two stunning beaches; Monodendri and Glyfada Beach. Each villa comprises a private terrace or balcony, allowing guests to enjoy their morning coffee whilst taking in the scenic views, and watching the sunrise over the Ionian Sea.
For those late risers amongst us, you can enjoy a peaceful brunch from the comfort of your villa whilst basking in the glow of the Mediterranean sun. If a homemade meal isn’t your style there are plenty of options when it comes to eating out. Out of our two tavernas which are situated a short stroll from your front door, our beach-side restaurant serves breakfast from 08:15 to 10:15. There is a place for all tastes and dietary requirements when you’re looking for restaurants in Paxos.
If you’re looking for Paxos villa holidays, there is a huge variety to choose from. Whether you’re travelling alone, with a partner or you’re even on a group trip, it’s important to understand exactly what amenities you’re looking for prior to committing to your holiday accommodation. Sometimes too many options can be overwhelming – especially when they’re all so beautiful! So, we’ve broken down each of our six villas to help you plan your getaway.
Stone House is one of our detached villas which is found within the tree-clad hills, hidden amongst an olive grove. This location is particularly romantic with its quintessential charm following you from the open plan master suite to the tranquillity of the terrace overlooking the glistening water.
If you’re on the hunt for a more modest retreat or traveling as a couple, our Ionian Studio offers stunning scenery, with close access to one of our two salt-water pools, cooking facilities and a dream-worthy double bed. Whilst these are just three of the accommodations we have on offer, our hosts are just a phone call away to help you book a villa in Paxos!
If you’re starting to plan your travels for the upcoming year, the scalloped coves, secret bays and pebble beaches that contour the shores of Paxos are definitely worth the journey. For anyone looking to experience true tranquillity and the finest scenery nature has to offer, these harbour towns and fishing villages are for you. The boutique cafes and authentic Greek eateries scattered across the seafront and up into the Venetian Square, always leave visitors wanting more. Far from the commercial resort found on the mainland, our villas are immersed within the lush greenery and provide you with your daily dose of laid-back Mediterranean culture.
It goes without saying that Greece has a huge variety of stunning locations for individuals to visit when looking for the perfect getaway, however, Paxos radiates a charm that is unique to its Venetian-inspired architecture and remote beaches. This wonderfully isolated Ionian island is located just 14 kilometers south of Corfu, allowing guests to be free from the commercial hustle of the Greek mainland.
Whilst this obscure destination may seem more hassle than it’s worth, you can rest assured that getting here is easier than it sounds. Although the 2-hour boat ride across the Ionian sea may be a deterrent for some, the breathtaking views and air of serenity that await you at the end of your journey is well worth it. For those who are less accustomed to the laid back nature of small-town charm, you may be struck by the overwhelming sensation of tranquility. Aside from the handful of visitors that descend upon the secluded shores, you will be predominately surrounded by locals throughout your stay here. They are so welcoming, you are bound to feel at home straight away!
Paxos is only seven miles by three, so it is entirely possible to explore each and every corner by foot, bike, car or boat. There is something to suit each individual here, with our villas accommodating a variety of amenities for guests to enjoy. Our resort, created on a 70.000 m2 landscape, comprises of two swimming pools with sunbeds and loungers for those who enjoy soaking up the sun by the water, a small museum where guests can find out more about traditional island living, a tennis court, access to two beautiful beaches and the crystal clear water from the Ionian Sea named Monodendri and Glyfada Beach and two restaurants renowned for their authentic Mediterranean cuisine.
This holiday destination is far from the partying atmosphere you will find in Corfu or Mykonos, with nightlife involving guests and locals taking in the surroundings over a few drinks in the local tavern. Despite this not being the picture many had in mind when looking for a Greek-getaway, it ensures that Paxos upholds its reputation for complete relaxation.
Whether you’re looking to escape the noise of everyday life for a couple of days or would like to book a villa for a two-week family vacation, get in touch today and find out which accommodation would best fit your requirements!
Glyfada Beach Villas Resort & Restaurant – All our 16 villas created and located at a unique and peaceful location at the east side of Paxos close to Loggos at the Ionion sea. It offers you to choose from different types of villas Stone House, Glyfada House, Ionion Villas, Glyfada Beach, and Glyfada Beach family villas, all well maintained and all facing the Ionian Sea. Our facilities such as 2 swimming pools, 2 restaurants, tennis and 2 beaches combined with the friendly and hospitable atmosphere are the elements that make the villas in Paxos a difference.
Are you having some plans for your visit to Greece this year? If yes, then make sure that you stay at one of the best villas in town so as to make the most of your trip is in the comfort zone as that of your own house. With the best scenic views and surrounded with olive groves, the villas in Paxos at Glyfada Beach villas resort are known for the amenities offered on a 7-hectare landscape, including 2 swimming pools, museum, 2 restaurants and many more. It is undoubtedly very astonishing staying at the properties that are located near the beach, in a tranquil space or offers peace to a great extent. Around the Ionian sea, these villas and the surroundings are staggeringly delightful with beautiful settings all around.
The beautiful villas are located at an extremely small island that is indeed beautiful and offers the best experience of Greece including its undiscovered culture and beauty. With the best amenities in Paxos Island, the villas are well-known within this small space. The key amenities that are offered at these homely villas are inclusive of:
Glyfada Beach Villas has 2 tavernas one near the beach with a shoreline bar and an extensive patio with an excellent sea view. They serve breakfast from early morning 08.15 – 10.15 and Greek lunch from 13.00 – 17.00. Our taverna for supper is situated on the most delightful spot within the resort with an exceptional view of Greece terrain and Corfu. All our food is crisply arranged in the customary path with the best Greek fixings.
The little Museum in Glyfada is exceptionally intriguing as it introduces an assortment of antiques collected from the family who owns Glyfada beach villas. For instance, there are oil lights and old apparatuses utilized for gathering olives (a forte on Paxos). The museum can be found on the left, as you stroll up the slope with the villas to your right side. We suggest visiting since it gives a decent understanding of how individuals lived in the good old days on Paxos.
There are 2 swimming pools in Glyfada Beach. One pool is situated on the slope close to the tennis court. The second swimming pool and Jacuzzi is situated close to the shoreline and our Greek taverna. From both our pools there are fabulous perspectives of the Ionian Sea towards the Greek terrain and Corfu.
The two pools have a decent blend of seawater, which is continually invigorated with a best in class separating framework. There is additionally a pool bar at the pool close to the shoreline with soda pops, spirits, frozen yogurts, and espresso. Amid high season there are frequently sorted out water polo games for youngsters. On occasion, amid the day the two pools are for the most part peaceful, ideal for some unwinding and sunbathing on the agreeable hammocks.
There is entirely no making a plunge the two pools for your very own well being. The profound end is 180 cm (only under 6ft) and the shallow end is 90cm, perfect for kids.
The tennis court is arranged close to the fundamental passageway of Glyfada close to the gathering and pool. It is a hard court which is encompassed by customary stone dividers and cypress trees which offer a lot of shade in the late evening. On the off chance that you are an extremely sharp player, you are encouraged to bring your very own rackets and balls since a number is constrained. All sessions should be pre-booked at the gathering or with the supervisor in Glyfada. It would be ideal if you approach at gathering at costs.
Glyfada Beach Villas approaches 2 wonderful shorelines. From one viewpoint Monodendri Beach just beneath the Paxos villas and Glyfada Beach, which can become to by the way inverse the swimming pool. A large portion of the shorelines on Paxos are rock shorelines. For your very own solace and well being we encourage you to wear jam shoes or something comparative.
It’s astonishing to envision yourself at a quiet shoreline in the surroundings of lovely nature with a glass of wine in hand. What a brilliant idea it would be in genuine? Indeed, you can make it conceivable on the off chance that you have ever known about the undiscovered Greek luxury villa rentals around the Ionian Sea. Secured with olive forests and purplish blue sea, the island is staggeringly delightful with beautiful settings.
It is an extremely small island spread in the edge of seven by two miles. Along these lines, you can navigate seen and concealed excellence of this island by strolling, trekking and sculling. Little in size, by the by you have 30 wonderful shorelines to walk around. Notwithstanding, you have just three harbor towns where you can go for a promenade and appreciate the nourishment and drink likewise there.
Fundamentally, the island is the best goal for a sentimental occasion. You can invest quality time here with your loved one or family and can likewise feel loose in the freshness and virtue of this island. You can gently live in the charming feeling of this unspoiled island, looking at God’s lovely and stunning creation.
Nonetheless, you can likewise find the history and culture of Greece here. You can even still discover a centuries-old settlement kept up here with no counterfeit charms and lights. No disco, no bars, no waterparks, no huge shopping centers – all that you find on Paxos is conventional Tavernas, bars, and a couple of tavernas in the arms of nature.
You will barely discover lodgings to remain at, yet don’t be stunned. You can find Stonehouse holiday rentals with all conceivable extravagance amenities at sensible rates.
Gaios, Lakka, and Loggos are the three fundamental towns of Paxos, and the vast majority of the vacation destinations fall close to these towns for finding the history and culture. What’s more, remember to taste the Greek food and wine at one of the waterfront tavernas. On the off chance that you need to catch the most-delightful minutes and stunning perspectives in your memory and on your camera as well, at that point, you should investigate the Cape of Eremites.
About in excess of sixty churches are arranged on this minor island. Some are still visited by occupants to revere while some are surrendered. The religious community of Panayia is the most well known for adoring, that is situated on a small Island close to the town of Gaios. The Churches of Agioi Apostoli and Hypapante are additionally regularly visited by sightseers.
On the off chance that you need to return ever, you should visit the small Paxos Folk Museum. You can take a look at verifiable excellence here and become more acquainted with additional about this Island through curious, representations, instruments, and utensils.
You have plenty of landmarks on Paxos to encounter. From a Green Man statue to the beacon of Lakka – you can encounter the way of life through them. In the event that you are in Paxos, you should visit the Cisterns of Paxos, the Lighthouse of Lakka and Panagia, and the chateau of Anemogiiannis.
Celebrations and Events
A few celebrations and occasions are sorted out consistently and catch sightseers’ eye with flightiness. You can encounter the convention of Paxos intently by going to these celebrations and occasions. The Spring Music celebration in June, the International Music celebration in August, and a great deal of others which will tempt you are commended each year in Paxos.
All things considered, on the off chance that you have chosen to design your excursion for this wonderful island, do the necessary investigation. You can reach your villa in Paxos over the ocean course by taking a boat ride to the fundamental port of Corfu and other parts of Greece.