Many visitors decide to stay permanently here or return year after year to Paxos to experience the intimacy of this peaceful heaven. The genuine friendliness of the local Paxiots, and the captivating green / blue scenery.
Paxos is covered in many olive groves intersected by dry-stone walls and paths, that often lead to a derelict villa or abandoned stone olive press!
The gnarled and twisted olive trees, some of them hundreds of years old, shelter numerous species of wild flowers at their roots, while here and there, small vineyards flourish. This serene and unspoiled landscape is what makes a sailing trip to the island of Paxos truly memorable. (Source Travel Guide)
The depths, the caves and the walls here are exceptional, fantastic visibility, sometimes surpassing thirty meters.
Consisting of sand, rock formations, seaweeds, reefs, caves and ship wrecks, at the rear of the island the water is much deeper and can be quite breathtaking at times.
Since the island dropped in the middle of Adriatic sea and Ionian sea the aquatic life is rich in these waters; variations occur at times due current change, temperature etc. The lowest temperature in the summer is approximately nineteen degrees Celsius (19C).
Diving excursions for beginners, for those who would just like to live the experience once, as a fan of an extreme sport is incredible. Ages permitted start from 8 years old.
Paxos has much to offer to the experienced diver. The sea is deep and challenging. Depending the divers experience and qualification, whether can be reef, cave, shipwreck, the adventure is tailored on you.