This is one of the most enchanting beaches of Paxos and is only accessible by boat. It is no exaggeration to describe it as the “Blue Lake”(as in the film) of Greece.
Kamara – Tripitos : Another famous attraction in the western part of Paxos . This is a fine rock with a hole in the middle. The waves have carved so beautifully that it looks like a Kamara
The towering vertical rock lies a short distance off the west coast of the island. Looking at it from the sea will surely awe for the beauty of nature.
Located in the western part of the island, near the “Loukou” cape. There was hid the homonymous Greek submarine during the Second World War. Just in front of the cave entrance is located the rock Katergo or otherwise Sub Marine Rock. It is a large cave where you can enter the boat and swim and enjoy the cool but clear turquoise waters.
One of the 10 best beaches in the Mediterranean . The white sand and crystal blue waters will surely enchant you.
A stunning beach you should not miss. It is a beach with white sand , crystal clear waters and one of the brightest shades of blue in the sea, you’ve never seen!
Paxos island, although small in size, have many places to enchant you . Many of them are only accessible by boat. Renting a boat means you can admire breathtaking beaches , spectacular natural attractions and visit the tiny paradise of Antipaxoi.
The experience to swim through the famous Blue Caves of Paxos, will be forever memorable. Plan day trips and discover the secrets of Paxos . Click on the points on the map to see some places you should not miss.
West Coast Caves
- Keep a distance of at least 200m from where swimmers may be found. If you need to approach an area where there are swimmers, maintain the lowest possible speed and be on the alert to avoid collisions or accidents.
- Keep 150m distance from the red floaters indicating the position of divers.
- Always give precedence to sail boats, rowing boats and generally to all boats approaching from your right.
- When you cross routes with other boats always pass from their rear and never in front of them
- Always keep your life jackets on.
- Always wear the “quick stop”.
- Never abandon the boat. Remember, it consists of inflated parts and has water tight compartments which make it unsinkable. In the worst of situations you are safer and more visible on an ungoverned or even capsized boat than swimming alone in the open sea.
- Do not anchor the boat very close to the beach, in order to avoid any possible damage to the boat by the waves of near passing boats.
- When approaching a port or bay do not tie the boat randomly. Always consult the people in charge about the most appropriate place in order to avoid any damage to the boat and disturbance to the local people.
- Keep distance of 150 meters from any free-diving activities, floating ropes and fishing equipment.