All Inclusive holidays in Gaios is found in the capital. In spite of the fact that it is not a big city, it is the most multicultural and well known by the yacht enthusiasts. Among the three main villages in Paxos, Gaios is the largest and stands out as a town, although very small.
All inclusive holidays in Gaios are focused on the harbour during peak season. There are spectacular yachts as well as working boats of different types. An interesting variety of restaurants, shops and bars make All inclusive in Gaios a captivating holiday destination to visit, with its own unique and friendly climate.
Tourists can view the beautiful waterfront buildings while on holidays in Gaois from Aghios Nikolaos island. Gaois’ main town is just 1.5 km far from Paxos. Tourists can explore the other neighbouring islands by taking a boat trip.
Beaches in Gaios
Holidaymakers can find a protected beach that is called Kaki Langada in the north of Gaois. The beach is full of pebbles and is very popular during high season.
Gaois Holiday destination is an absolute necessity for beach lovers. This spot is for holidaymakers who prefer a variety of things to experience. It is perfect for couples on honeymoon as well.
Besides sunbathing, walking is the main holiday activity while on All Inclusive Gaios Holidays, Paxos. On this island, it is all about quality and not quantity. Paxos is just 10 km away, where you can walk past the unassuming churches, olive presses and sea cliffs.
The remnants of the fifteenth-century of St Nicholas’ Fortress are on the small island of the same name that is found just opposite Gaios, in Paxos. Tourists need to get a permit from the district before they can visit the fortress.
The city centre of Gaios is home to the outdoors cafes that add to so much entertainment and fun during both night and day. There are various small but lovely tavernas and bars along the narrow streets and winding quayside.
For tourists who needs to see the port area, they can go towards Loggos, where there are numerous yachts and some of them are enormous.
The coast of Paxos can be found in the northern region of Gaios, surrounded by wonderful beaches.
Strolling along the south of Gaois town, tourists will see many wonderful spots to bathe, with strips of beach pebbles that are very clean and attractive.
Food that tourists will eat in Gaios is Greek as well as Italian dishes. In the Gaois city centre, there are restaurants’ menus loaded with traditional dishes, such as fried saganaki cheese and spicy bourdetto fish.
Nightlife in Gaios
Many bars in Gaios are found in the waterfronts, this ensures that tourists have a relaxing night. Night clubbers can go to the harbour of Gaios, where a couple of nightclubs are open until late at night and music is a mix of international techno and pop.
The best time to go
The climate in Gaios is temperate and warm. There is a lot of rain during winter than in summer, therefore, it is best to try all inclusive holidays in Gaois during the summertime.
Tourists will find all inclusive apartments and villas for their holidays Gaios, including cheap self-catering accommodations and luxury hotels. At times, many holidaymakers who come to Gaois, Paxos in Greece do not need a bigger accommodation, therefore, there are smaller accommodations to suit small families and couples.
Gaois holiday accommodations enjoy an exceptional position with the view of the Gaois harbour and the beautiful wooded surrounding, suitable for a perfect and relaxing holiday in Greece.
Map of Gaios, Paxos
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