Paxos (Paxi) located under Cordu is one of the least commercial Greek Islands. Set in the Ionian Sea, Paxos is an artistís paradise. It has clear aquamarine sea and pebble beaches that have to be seen to be believed. The myth says that this complex of islands were formed when Poseidon, the god of sea, hit with his trident the southern spot of Corfu, and so he detached some pieces of land. In the islands that were formed, Poseidon used to hide his love for Amphitrite, a sea nymph.
Gaios is the capital of Paxos, but is still relatively small and quaint with Venetian architecture and a maze of side streets. Restaurants and snack bars are scattered throughout the town and surrounding olive groves of Gaios offering a high standard of local Greek cuisine, traditionally made pizza, pasta and souvlaki are readily available.

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