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Ferry From Igoumenitsa to Paxi

Ferry From Igoumenitsa to Paxi

The ferry to Paxi departs from Igoumenitsa which is a coastal city in northwestern Greece. 

The main settlement and the main port of Paxi is Gayos, with a narrow channel that separates Paxi from the island of Agios Nikolaos, one of the most captivating places in Greece.

There is one crossing per day, with a conventional ferry of Kerkyra Seaways company.

It is a midday crossing, more specifically at 13:30 and arrives by 15:30 pm.

The duration of the trip is approximately 2 hours until it reaches the port of Paxi.

For your own convenience keep in mind that with this particular vessel you will be able to travel with your vehicle as well.


Why Paxi is the perfect destination

A visit to Paxi is a guaranteed unique experience. Lacy beaches, underwater caves, small bays and green hills warmly welcome every guest to explore the unlimited beauty of the island.

According to legend, this island was supposed to be the southernmost ending of Corfu, if the god of the seas Poseidon had not split him off with his trident, when he needed a place of divine beauty to retire with his beloved Nereid Amphitrite.

Make sure to visit the picturesque villages of Loggos, Lakka and Osios, hiding in the shade of pine and olive trees. Near Osios, Yana and Glyfada are sulfuric thermal springs, which are an alternative treatment for rheumatism and other diseases. For more actives guests, there are countless delightful beaches that will be the starting point for scuba diving in the caves and wreckage, as well as for first-class windsurfing.

A characteristic feature of all the Ionian Islands is the holding of a festival of classical music, while the island of Paxi is proud to organize the following two. At the beginning and end of summer, the island hosts the world-famous festival of Greek and foreign performers, and in July - the traditional festival "Water and Oil", dedicated to folk music. To get the full enjoyment of the holiday, viewers are offered to taste bread with olives, onions, boiled potatoes and homemade wine. Paxi Island is a fairly calm and quiet place and for those who appreciate the pristine beauty of untouched nature will definitely enjoy it there.