Below are some Paxos related links, which we hope you will find useful.
Kamelia Lines operate the Despina (pictured) between Lefkimmi in the south of Corfu and Paxos. Their service includes a free transfer bus between the airport and Lefkimmi port. The total journey time between Corfu and Paxos is 2 hours (including the bus transfer). They also run the Lefkada Palace which connects Paxos to the other Ionian islands during the peak season
Joy Cruises operate the passenger hydrofoils (pictured), which take approximately 1 hour from Corfu Town to Gaios. This link will be useful for users of Facebook.
Marine Traffic is a live map for tracking and identifying ferries, cruise ships and other vessels. Click the search icon on the left then type Gaios into the box marked ‘Vessel,Port’.
Flight radar provides real-time information about aircraft, which can be helpful to track aircraft arriving into and departing from Corfu airport.
The volunteers of Paxos’ mission is to help preserve the natural beauty of Paxos by regular cleaning of beaches and port waters, and the clearing and signalling of footpaths. They also focus on waste management, particularly reducing the use of plastic on the island.
This live streaming webcam in Gaios views the southern entrance to the harbour, opposite the Green Man statue.
For users of Facebook, ‘Holidays in Paxos’ is a good place to share ideas, view pictures and read posts by those who enjoy holidaying on Paxos.
Paxos Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) aims to increase veterinary care on Paxos, continue to support winter feeding of the island’s cats and to pursue education.
Here you will find the weather forecast for the week ahead, with particular emphasis on wind speed and direction.
This provides a general weather forecast for the week ahead.
This real time lightning map shows the exact position of lightening strikes in your area.
This Mediterranean marine life guide helps to identify many of the fish and marine life that you will find around the coast of Paxos and Antipaxos.