Our first stop in Paxos is at the graphical Gais, the capital and main port of the island, which is separated by a narrow channel from it's natural breakwater, Agios Nikolaos, where a Byzantine castle was built, fortress of its time. Gaios got its name from the apostle Gaios who along with the apostle Krispos visited the island in the 1st century In AD. In Gaios it is worth visiting English govern orate on the platform of the old port, the Church of the Ascension and the Museum of Paxos. The museum was founded in 1996 and is housed in a neoclassical building which bequeathed in 1905 by Andreas Sygros in Paxi. In it, among other things, you can see finds from the prehistoric era and the classic years until the Second World War, as well as the resolution of the Ionian Parliament for the annexation of the Ionian Greek state in 1864.At a distance of five kilometers from Gaios Loggos is a small picturesque village built among pine and olive trees, which is worth visiting for the church of the Life Giving Fountain and it's taverns and bars.The hot springs of Paxi are known since ancient times, arising from the subsoil and ending into the sea. Most of them are sulphides and are used in swimming pools in which they are used for their healing properties, especially in rheumatic and skin diseases. The most important thermal springs are: the Ozias, John and Glyfada.In the end we left Antipaxi. With few inhabitants, but rich vegetation and large-scale vineyards that produce the famous black antipaxi wine, at Antipaxi you will find the Church of St. Aimilianos an English and a tank built in 1833 and one of the most beautiful beaches, not only in Greece and in the world, Voutoumi.