Paxi, also known as Paxos, is about eight miles south of Corfu and according to legend was created by Poseidon himself. This tiny island, great for walkers and nature enthusiasts, is so green that you might think it was a forest growing out of the sea. The ferry company that operates out of Paxi is European Sealines. The Paxi ferry route is only available in the summer and when it is available AFerry shows the latest Pula ferry timetables, journey times as well as our latest and best prices.
Ferries to and from Paxi
European Sealines fleet consists of two well equipped modern vessels, the C/F Apollon and C/F Bridge. On board their modern air conditioned ships you will find a wide range of facilities including self service restaurants, indoor and open deck bars along with a wide range of cabins and seating meaning that your journey from Paxi will be a comfortable and relaxing one.
The Red Star Ferries fleet consists of well equipped, modern ships. On board services include comfortable lounge areas, restaurants and a bar and a coffee and snack bar. Cabins range from standard to luxury and you can also book airline style reclining seats.
Paxi port facilities
Although the port itself has relatively few facilities, there are shops and restaurants within an easy walking distance of the main port.
Getting to Paxi
The island is relatively small and finding the main town, Paxoi, should prove to be no problem. From there, the port is well signposted and pretty central.
Paxi was said to be created by the Greek god Poseidon striking Corfu with his Trident.
Red Star Ferries
Paxi Ferry Terminal,, 49082, Greece
Gaios Paxos, 49082 Paxos, Ionian Islands, Greece