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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 5

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

The Lily's Apartments are located just a few steps from the central square of Paxos. They are fully renovated, with wooden traditional paneling, while located in a picturesque cobbled alley, only 50 meters from the bus stop.

They consist of 3 apartments, Amfitriti, Sunrise and Poseidon. In a very close distance you can find many facilities to meet your various needs. The apartments are surrounded by various restaurants, Italian restaurants and taverns, while the cruiser for Antipaxos is just 50 meters away. Also, you do not need transportation to access the ferry and hydrofoil, as they are in very close proximity

The Sunrise apartment is located on the second floor and its a full triple apartment. It has a main room with living room, two single beds pushed together and an extra single bed. Also, it contains a sofa that converts into a double bed and can accommodate two extra people. It has a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom. It overlooks the breathtaking sunrise in the harbor of Gaios.

Size Sleeps up to 5, 1 bedrooms
Nearest beach Giannas 500 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Nearest Amenities 10 m
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, Staffed property, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (3), Dining seats for 3, Lounge seats for 3
Other Linen provided, Towels provided

The Ionian Islands region

The tradition wants Gaios to take its name by the name of the student of Jesus, Apostle Paul, who teached Christianity on the island.This gorgeous and classical settlement is the capital and the central port of Paxos. Its one of the most special ports of Greece since it's a bay made by two small islands, Panagia and Agios Nikolaos.

You will find it hard to believe how incredibly beautiful is Gaios with all that vegetation around it. At the islands across the port, you can see the olive trees that stand haughty with their psychedelic forms along with many cypress trees. A good camera is all you need and your accommodation on Gaios will stay forever unforgettable.

You can visit these islands by boat or swimming and make a magical walk. At the island of Panagia there is a monastery dedicated to Mother Mary. At the island of Agios Nikolaos stands the homonymous castle of 1423, which really seems like it still protects the island. On the islands you can find some truly idyllic beaches which you should not miss a swim in them.

Gaios at Paxos Island – Holiday Attractions and historical information

The tradition wants Gaios to take its name by the name of the student of Jesus, Apostle Paul, who teached Christianity on the island.This gorgeous and classical settlement is the capital and the central port of Paxos. Its one of the most special ports of Greece since it's a bay made by two small islands, Panagia and Agios Nikolaos.

You can see it tough to know precisely how unbelievably wonderful is actually Gaios with this plant life all over it.You will find it hard to believe how incredibly beautiful is Gaios with all that vegetation around it. At the islands across the port, you can see the olive trees that stand haughty with their psychedelic forms along with many cypress trees. A good camera is all you need and your accommodation on Gaios will stay forever unforgettable.

Walking down across the walkways of Gaios, you'll end up thrilled due to fairy tale-like pavements.You can visit these islands by boat or swimming and make a magical walk. At the island of Panagia there is a monastery dedicated to Mother Mary. At the island of Agios Nikolaos stands the homonymous castle of 1423, which really seems like it still protects the island. On the islands you can find some truly idyllic beaches which you should not miss a swim in them.

Walking down the alleys of the village, you will be charmed by the fairy tale-like streets, with the small houses and the Ionion sea architecture, which almost all of them have a small yard full of flowers. At the village you can also find small walls and trees covered with ivy. Also, at the beach of Gaios you will admire the neoclassical mansions which havent lost at all their originality.

You can also visit the museum of Paxos and see objects like old tools from the mills at the yard of the museum and also indoors, which is designed like an old house, where you can also find prehistorical objects and venetian weapons. What makes the museum more special is the fact that objects are gathered from donations of Paxos residents. You can also stroll along the paths of our forest moved by Gaios to Ozias and visit the old Christian church of Agia Marina.

You should not miss the beautiful beaches that you will have easy access if you live in Gaios. To the left of the harbor you will find beach Kloni Gouli and after that, Kamini and Kaki Lagada with the white pebble, as almost all the beaches of Paxos. Walking right you will be amazed by the waves crashing on to the rocks. After that you will find pristine beaches with wild beauty as Plates and Second Spiatza.

Finally, you have many options to enjoy your coffee either on the beach or in the alleys. You can taste the local cuisine based on seafood restaurants and traditional tavernas. We recommend that you survey the port of Gaios while eating ice cream. Ask to tell you where you can find the famous “Bolshevik?”, the local desert of the island and in the evening you can sip your drink while having fun with music that will cover even your most demanding taste.

Paxos

According to legend, Paxos was originally united with Corfu. With frequent winds and storms that created by Aeolus and Neptune respectively, were forced to leave the island irritated. A more romantic version wants God Poseidon's trident pinning in Corfu, to create a love nest for him and Amphitrite. In both cases, however, the god of the sea is involved.

You will be able to discern the signs of the trident at the west side of Paxos. In this wild and hand side are the most pristine beaches, which you can access by driving or on foot. Further more, there are many places you can admire the beauty of nature, the Ionian Sea and the vertical cliffs with the olives and general vegetation.

One of the beaches on the west side, you should not miss to go, is the Erimitis. The most recent beach of the island, which was created in 2008 after a landslide. Its one of the most spectacular beaches, over cliffs and blue sulfurous waters. There you will also find a well with drinking water

The east side is the calmer side of the island. Indented with numerous beaches, one more beautiful than the other. Beaches such Orkos, the Arkoudaki, the Levrechio and Marmari are idyllic. At Paxos almost all beaches have white pebbles. Also in the east of the island are all three ports of the island. Gaios is the capital of the island. Lakka is the second port, with dense vegetation that gives blue-green waters and looks like a lake. Finally, Longos is the most romantic and colorful harbor of the three.

Making the round of the island by boat, you can see the famous blue caves. Matter of fact, in some of them you can get inside with the boat. According to the mythology, the caves of Moggonisi, the small island on the south side of Paxos , were the fortresses of Nereids. You can also admire the west side of the Chamber (holes) and the cliffs, vertical cliff into the sea.

Last but not least, you should not miss Antipaxos, the small island of three square kilometers just 3 nautical miles away from Paxos. During the summer, boats leave daily by Gaios, for Antipaxos. The island is as if it fell from straight from heaven. Filled with green and lush vineyards. You are highly recommended to try the local red wine. In this small Eden you will be able to swim at the dreamy beach of Vrika and the marvelous white sand beach of Voutoumi.

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Calendar last updated:21 Jun 2014

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