Detached Villa, Bedrooms 1, Bathrooms 1, (Sleeps 3)
- english, french, spanish, italian, dutch, greek
Check-in: 1:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
+ Clean and comfortable villa, decent size of swimming pool, maid service and change of towels appreciated.
- Rickety, noisy doors to villa and shower room; no water on a few occasions so had to phone for assistance; very steep driveway!
Beautiful place to stay, very peaceful and private, really clean and well maintained, a lovely su...
Beautiful place to stay, very peaceful and private, really clean and well maintained, a lovely sunny pool area —everything we needed for a romantic, relaxing holiday
Windmill villa was good but a little tired and dated. It was small and cosy, bed super comfy, vie...
Windmill villa was good but a little tired and dated. It was small and cosy, bed super comfy, views good, pool amazing etc but just a little tired and dated we felt. For the price I would expect the items in the house to be more updated - kettle was old and had loads of limescale, fridge was old, shower curtain had rust on it etc. The villa wasn?t cleaned mid week and no new linen or towels given - for the price I would have expected this. It?s hot here so we had daily showers and in/out the pool, so this would have been beneficial to have this mid week. So much potential. Xx
The villa accommodated all our needs. The air con made the stay comfortable at night. The pool wa...
The villa accommodated all our needs. The air con made the stay comfortable at night. The pool was cleaned each evening which was nice. The bbq was great and was cleared after we used it.
A car is essential here, but lovely views and good shower. Thank you. We had a great stay. Paxos is very beautiful and will certainly visit again.
Breathtakingly pretty location. Spring flowers. Fireflies and beautiful walks. It was a break awa...
Breathtakingly pretty location. Spring flowers. Fireflies and beautiful walks. It was a break away from heaven that wI so needed.
Magazia: was once the 'capital' of Paxos, in the days when the possibility of attack by pirates was very real! Nowadays, this sleepy hamlet has just a couple of local coffee shops and a taverna. The nearby church of Agioi Apostoloi stands overlooking Erimitis Cliffs. There is a pleasant bar beside the church, with incomparable views of the sunset.
Gaios is the 'capital' of Paxos, the largest of the three main settlements and the only one that can be called a town, albeit a very small one. Its Venetian and British heritage is visible in the colourful buildings that line the long harbour-front. Gaios now has two harbours - the newer one is a short walk or drive from the centre, and serves as the port of call for ferries, excursion and cruise boats. It is also the setting for the often spectacular arrivals and departures of the Corfu-Paxos seaplane service. The older harbour, sheltered from the open sea by two small islands, is a never-ending source of entertainment in summer, with its plethora of cosmopolitan yachts. Gaios continues its daily business regardless of its exotic visitors, and it is this contrast that makes it so entertaining to spend an hour or more at one of the cafes in the main square alongside the quay. An intriguing variety of eating establishments, chic boutiques and old-fashioned stores make Gaios quite fascinating: Gaios Paxos
On an island famed for its small-scale beauty, Loggos stands out as one of the most enchanting places on Paxos. Visitors never fail to succumb to its unique charm, and many of them have been returning year after year, glad to see that the changes are negligible, and that you still have to get up from your taverna meal to let the local bus squeeze past! The boats still bob along the curve of the quayside, fascinating in their variety, from sleek yachts to less glamorous fishing boats. The tiny harbour of Loggos, colourful enough for any artist or photographer, has a refreshingly intimate atmosphere, unspoiled by the daily influx of curious visitors. At night, little can be heard but the buzz of conversation from the busy tavernas where fresh fish always tops the menu and there is an intriguingly cosmopolitan atmosphere. Three mini-markets, a bakery with wonderful fresh bread every day, and supplies of fresh fruit and vegetables brought over regularly from the mainland, make self-catering a simple matter - but who could resist the conviviality and choice of excellent food at the waterfront tavernas? A pleasant beach lies to one side of the harbour - other more secluded beaches are within easy reach: Loggos Paxos
Lakka lies in the north of Paxos at the head of a long natural inlet of the most startling shade of turquoise - reminiscent of a Caribbean bay. It is a perfect harbour and is filled with a fascinating array of yachts in summer. The village itself is small and focused almost entirely on its harbour-front, with a selection of useful shops and several good restaurants and bars, including a very good Italian restaurant. The shores of the bay are fringed with beautiful natural beaches, shaded by trees, and it is possible to walk to other, more unfrequented, beaches on the other side of the headlands: Lakka Paxos