Mogonissi Bay



  • Eight bedrooms, seven bathrooms
  • Maximum occupancy: 15 guests



  • Porto Ozias
  • Gaios: 3 kms
  • Southern most tip of Paxos
  • Beach: 50 metres



  • Swimming pool
  • Air-conditioning
  • Satellite TV
  • Wi-fi
  • Indoor & outdoor kitchens
  • Safes in both houses
  • Pizza oven
  • Two paddle boards available
  • Two bicycles available
  • Ping pong table
  • Dock
  • Excellent jogging route
  • Yoga & massage on request
  • Laundry facilities



  • Daily housekeeping
  • Chef on request
  • Chauffeur on request
  • Concierge services on request

Mogonissi Bay


This is one of the finest places to stay on Paxos, a glorious and sprawling villa in a magical position overlooking the bay of Mogonissi. The property consists of two villas and a studio, at Porto Ozias at the southern most tip of the island, about 3 kms from Gaios. It is reached by the small pretty costal road passing numerous small bays and beaches some deserted enticing you to stop for a refreshing swim. The property is on the hillside , with spectacular  views across the bay to the island of Moggonissi with it’s small sandy beach and restaurant, beyond the Epirus mountains, and also to the stunning white cliffs of Anti Paxos.


Designed by an Italian owner the villas are elegantly furnished with very clever use of colours and textures. The lounge of both properties open out to large sun terraces where you find open –air sitting rooms, settees , voile drapes fluttering in the soft breeze. These villas bring the indoors out side in every sense, the huge kitchens also open out to the terrace with further cupboards, tables and cooking facilities. The infinity pool has been designed  with a clever waterfall effect: pamper yourself with it’s hydro massage while admiring the sea view.


There is a small secluded beach just below the house which is ideal for a quick swim before breakfast. There is a jetty below the house, the only one of its kind on Paxos, and there is a sandy beach opposite, a short drive or boat trip away.



Villa One

Living room leading to terrace. Large kitchen. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. One double bedroom and one twin bedroom, sharing a bathroom.



Open plan studio with private entrance. Twin bedroom with shower room. Kitchenette.


Villa Two

Living room leading to terrace. Large kitchen. Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, and balcony. Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Double bedroom with separate entrance by the pool, with en-suite bathroom. Single room with shower room.

Mogonissi Bay


Dates Per week Per night
6th March to 22nd May €13,755 €1965
22nd May to 19th June €23,450 €3350
19th June to 11th September €27,650 €3950
11th to 25th September  €23,450 €3350
25th September to 6th November €13,755 €1965



All prices are in Euros and subject to confirmation at the time of booking



Away from the bustling masses of other, more touristic Greek islands, Paxos is a destination for those seeking harmony and tranquility together with an easygoing day-to-day and stunning seaside sceneries. This small island of the Ionian Sea is full of olive and pine trees, secluded beaches, breathtaking underwater caves and postcard-worthy sceneries.
Live the experience of the colourful pebbled shores, dramatic white cliffs, verdant groves and crystalline azure waters; thousands of colours, and then, a thousand more as the sun begins to set, transforming everything with its last fiery rays.


An ancient Greek legend claims that Poseidon, the god of the sea, severed with his trident a piece of the island of Corfu, to make a secluded haven for him and his love, Amphitrite. That clipping of an island was Paxos, and the inspiration for this myth is obvious up to this day; Paxos is simply breath taking! Its history is rich and colourful; from ancient times, Paxos and the rest of the Ionian isles have been under the rule of several conquerors. Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, French, Russians, Turks, Italian and Germans, they all left their small mark on the island, shaping its character into this colourful esprit of its few – but joyful – habitants. It has even shaped its culinary traditions, resulting in a fusion of cuisines, mainly Greek and Italian that is truly delicious and inspiring! The islands history is depicted in its buildings; charming chapels and quaint churches from several centuries past, traditional mansions and scenic cobblestone alleys, they showcase the rich heritage of Paxos. You can admire remains of the island’s past in the Paxi Museum, the Venetian fortress of Agios Nikolaos and the English Governor’s House, in the architectural style reminiscent of its Venetian era and the picturesque alleys of Gaios, Lakka and Logos.



The crystal clear waters of the Ionian Sea have to be witnessed first hand: it is said that the sea is so blue that it reflects on the undersides of the seagulls as they fly across the water. It is possible to charter a yacht or motorboat to lunch on Anti Paxos, 2 kms away, or just to explore the hidden beauty in every bay, drop anchor and swim through the mysterious caves that dot the coastline. The local restaurants are of a very high standard serving both traditional Greek food and the most delicious Italian cuisine. Eating out on Paxos is a total pleasure. White pebble bays on the east coast, and majestic white cliffs and deep caves on the west, give families a range of things to explore. For the intrepid there are walks through flower filled olive groves, gentle fishing, snorkelling and diving.



As Paxos Island doesn’t have an airport, it is only reachable by sea. You can reach the Gaios port of Paxos by ferries, hydrofoils, catamarans and hydroplanes from the port of Corfu, which in turn has frequent connections to Igoumenitsa and Patras ports of Greece, as well as several ports of Italy such as Bari and Ancona. You can also reach Corfu by air; during the summer, direct flights from most major European cities are widely available, and domestic flights from Athens and Thessaloniki are conducted throughout the year. If you are travelling by car, Egnatia highway (E90) will bring you swiftly to the port of Igoumenitsa from any part of northern Greece, whereas coming from the south, you could opt for the Ionian highway (E55). There are several other, more private options for travelling to Paxos; chartering a skippered yacht or a helicopter are amongst the most popular options.

For any additional information on reaching the island of Paxos, please do not  hesitate to contact who will be happy to help.

Mogonissi Bay, Paxos

One of the finest places to stay on Paxos, a glorious and sprawling villa in a magical position overlooking the bay of Mogonissi