- May 19, 2019
- How to get to Paxos
The Kamelia lines company operates one fast boat, Despina for foot passengers between Paxos and Corfu and takes about 1.5 hours. Tickets…Read More
Major airlines offer direct flights to Corfu from England, Ireland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Serbia, Holland, France and Switzerland. Connecting flights from these countries link Corfu with the rest of the world. Most international flights arrive into Ioannis Kapodistrias Corfu Airport, located around 2 kilometres south of Corfu town, serving both scheduled and charter flights from European cities. Air traffic peaks during the summer season, between April and October. Find out more about Corfu airport.
Planning your trip to Paxos
Before you travel, be sure to check if you need a visa to visit Greece.
On arriving at Corfu airport just go out to the taxi rank outside arrivals and take a taxi from there. There are usually several taxis available, just ask the driver to take you to the Sette Venti cafe at the new port. This is where all hydrofoils, boats & ferries depart from. It’s helpful to give them the name of your particular ferry boat or sea taxi. The journey to the New Port will take about 10 minutes and cost between 10 and 15 Euros. At Cafe Sette Venti, there is a left luggage store there where you can put your bags in and wander into Corfu town if you have time.