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The Weather on Paxos Island
This is the climate diagram for Paxi. This year, July will have the highest average temperatures. Conversely, January is the coolest month on Paxos Island, with temperatures falling below 5°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is July.
Grottoes and seafood await at your Paxos holiday letting
Holiday cottages on the thirteen-kilometre-long island of Paxos, Greece, are encircled by blue-green bays, ancient olive groves, and idyllic fishing villages. Poseidon is said to have created the island by dipping his trident into the sea – the isle’s mirage-like atmosphere gives you the sense that it might dissolve into the blue once more at any moment.
Seafood and sea views
Cuttlefish, risotto, sea urchin, and octopus are a few of the delicacies to be tried on Poseidon's island. Vassilis Taverna in Loggos serves them up metres from the sea, alongside local produce. Lakka's Arriva restaurant brings mullet and lobster to the table, which you can enjoy while gazing at the turquoise bay.
Gaios is home to Capriccio Creperie. Tucked into the waterfront, it serves lace-like crepes and harbour views. For savoury dishes, Dal Pescatore's fishing net-draped restaurant offers calamari and pasta at the corner of the square nearest the water.
Time travel on Paxos
Explore the ancient villages of Gaios, Loggos, and Lakka. The pace of Paxos hasn't changed for hundreds of years, and as you wander its thirty or so beaches and numerous mule trails, you’ll fell as though you’ve stepped back in time.
Limestone cliffs fall into the blue sea, but not before caves open their mouths on the west coast. Best accessed by motorboat, their interiors are shaped by the sea into wondrous formations.
A short boat ride and two kilometres south of Paxos, you’ll find the idyllic little island of Antipaxos. Other than being home to a few hamlets, the island is filled with vineyards and olive groves. Relax on Voutoumi Beach, or float in the warm water, before exploring the myriad paths that weave across the island's interior. Wander to the village of Vigla for a spot of lunch at one of two charming tavernas, and check out the attractive lighthouse on the southern coast of the island.
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