Paximadia Islands

Paximadia (meaning bread rusks in Greek) are two small uninhabited islands off the southern coast of Crete, approximately 12 km (7 miles) south of Agia Galini. Due to their close proximity to one another, the two islands appear as one from a distance. Here, enjoy the crystal clear waters of the pebble beach. Fishing is also a must! Whilst cruising, enjoy the waters of the Libyan Sea and if you are lucky maybe you will see some dolphins! Private or semi-private charters only.


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All trips are subject to weather conditions and number of persons.