Ipapanti Cave is north from the famous Ermitis cliffs. It is an enormous cave, whose size allows boats to enter inside. Infact, it is so big that during WWII a Greek submarine used to hide inside the cave. Indoor, there is a beach formation and after that the cave continues, but it has not yet been explored. The variety of shades of blue color and the clear waters is remarkable. It is accessible only by boat.
The port of Paxoí (Gáios) is a natural harbor formed in front of the houses of the city of Paxoí, which is the capital of the island. The port can be approached by the N entrance having a width of approximately 230 m or by the S which has an entrance width of approximately 30 m and 2 m depth.
Only 2 km or so south of Paxos is the island of Antipaxos; an even smaller, almost uninhabited with small vineyards. There are two beaches in the north end, Vrika and Voutoumi, Here you have some of the finest clear blue seas in the world safe for swimming and snorkeling for all ages.