Adamantia Hotel is located in a traditional village full of character, 1 km away from Gaios, the capital of the island, and 1.5 km from the nearest beaches.




The beautiful island of Paxos, the smallest of the Ionian Islands, is located in the Ionian Sea in northwestern Greece. According to Greek mythology, Poseidon created the island by striking Corfu with his trident, so that he and wife Amphitrite could have some peace and quiet. Paxos was the love nest of Neptune and Amphitrite. Paxos is a cluster of small islands and islets, the largest of which are Paxos and Antipaxos. It is located 7 miles south of Corfu and just 8 miles from the coast of Epirus. The capital of Paxos is picturesque Gaios, which is naturally protected by the two islands Panagia and Agios Nikolaos.




Paxos is characterized by dense vegetation, small vineyards and endless olive groves – dating back hundreds of years. Paxos is an island with many caves and sulphur springs.

Visitors can admire the sheer beauty of a nature which has maintained its pristine quality up to the present day. They can enjoy the harmonious coexistence of olives, stone and pine. Furthermore, they can cool themselves on countless natural beaches that surround the island with their turquoise waters. The seaside villages Loggos, Lakka and Gaios, await the visitor to experience Ionian cuisine and to enjoy the wonderful wine from Antipaxos.



Sightseeing and Natural Beauty

Worth visiting...


In Gaios



  • The castle of St. Nicholas on the island of the same name, with permission of the municipal authority.
  • The monastery of Panagia islet.
  • The church of the Holy Apostles.
  • The early Christian Agia Marina of Porto Ozias, at the end of the coastal road, before turning to Moggonisi.
  • The Paxos museum.
  • The cisterns of Eleoussa, by the church in Vlachopoulatika.
  • The cistern of the Apostles, right of the church of the same name.
  • The cistern of Saints Anargyri, by the church.
  • The mill of Lesianiti in Tranakatika.
  • Medlar cliffs, Tranakatika.
  • The Ostries, for the view of the sunset. The road right of Agia Paraskevi in Bogdanatika.
  • The beaches Kloni Gouli, Kamini, Kaki Lagada. From the road after the new port at the junction right, to Platano-Loggos.

 In Antipaxos




  • The beaches Vrika and Voutoumi reached by speedboat, caiques or boats from the ports.
  • The traditional vineyards.
  • The Spring of Kaloiris.


In Laka



  • The home of Ntrichoutsi in Grammatikeika. From the road that goes to the lighthouse, turn left.
  • The lighthouse, on its own road.
  • Ypapanti, from the road after the reservoir, going left to Lakka.
  • Monodendri beach, where you can go from the street above Lakka, right opposite the Church of St. Spyridon in Argyratika.


In Magazia



  • The church of the Holy Apostles Erimitis. At the end of the road that starts opposite Agios Spyridon's church at the fuel station of Magazia, going left, you will see the view of Ortholithos cliff.
  • Kastanida, after the Elementary School, taking the right turn, at the end to Petrades, where the views and the sunset are breathtaking.


In Loggos




  • The factory of Anemogiannis, the end of the village, next to the Elementary School.
  • Levrechios and Marmari beach. Coming from Platanos - Fountana, 100 meters before the settlement, at the right turn.


How to get to Paxos

From Corfu: Daily ferry itinaries during summer, less during winter

From Igoumenitsa: Daily ferry itinaries during summer, less during winter

From Parga: Daily ferry itinaries during summer


In addition there are small speedboats for emergencies, which can cover any lack of transportation.


Contact Numbers of Port Authorities

Port Authority Paxos: Tel.: +30 26620 32533

Port Authority Corfu: Tel.: +30 2661 365200

Port Authority Lefkimmi: Tel.: +30 26620 23277 - 32004