Where is Paxos? It's one of the Ionian group of islands off the west coast of Greece, just south of Corfu and to the north of lefkas.
With no airport, getting to Paxos is not particularly easy. Visitors usually fly to Corfu then travel by boat. Several sea options are available; car ferries sail from Corfu to Igoumenitsa, on the mainland, for more ferry connections to Paxos; sea taxis also leave from Corfu daily over the summer.
Paxos is a small island so getting around is relatively easy. A local bus links the main villages and the island has several car hire and boat hire firms. It's hilly but not mountainous so walking the wide network of paths and donkey trails is a popular option.
Most accommodation is centred around the villages of Gaios, Lakka and Loggos but rooms will be difficult to find in high summer as this is a very popular small island.
Updated for 2016