Book a Paxi Ferry

Paxi ferry port in Ionian Islands is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Brindisi & Otranto available. With a selection of up to 5 Sailings Weekly, the port of Paxi connects Ionian Islands with Italy.

Sailing durations range from 3 hours 45 minutes on the Otranto service to 14 hours on the Brindisi service.

Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Paxi fare search.

Paxi

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Paxi Ferry Services

  • Red Star Ferries
    • 1 Sailing Weekly 14 hr
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  • Liberty Lines
    • 4 Sailings Weekly 3 hr 45 min
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Paxi Guide

Paxi is an island of Greece, in the Ionian Sea. In Greek mythology Poseidon created the island by striking Corfu with his trident, so that he and wife Amphitrite could have some peace and quiet.
Although possibly inhabited from prehistoric times, the Phoenecians are traditionally held to have been the first settlers on Paxi. The name is believed to be derived from Pax which meant slate in their language.
The Romans ruled the island from the 2nd century BC, and during the Byzantine period and Middle ages it was constantly attacked by pirates. After various rulers and Crusaders had passed through, the island was taken by the Venetians at the end of the 14th century.
During the Napoleonic wars the Ionian Islands were taken by the French, a Russo-Turkish alliance, and finally by the British, who established the Ionian Union in 1815. In 1864, together with the rest of the Heptanese, Paxi was ceded to the Greek state.

How To Get To Paxi Ferry Port

  • Paxi Ferry Port Address

    Gaios, Paxi, Ionian Islands, Greece

  • Paxi Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Paxi Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Paxi Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!