Our daily cruise departs from the Port of Corfu on the new ship of our company ZANADU. As we sail south of Corfu you can see Garitsa Bay, “Mon – Repos” Palace, Prince’s Philip of England birthplace, Pontikonisi (Mouse island), the tourist areas Perama, Benitses, Gastouri village where the palace of the empress of Austria, Elizabeth, is, as well as the southern cape of Corfu “Asprocavos”. As we approach the canal between Corfu and Paxi the first impressions exceed all expectations. The image of the port’s narrow canal between Paxi and the island of Saint Nicklaus is one the most beautiful in the Ionian Sea. According to the Myth Poseidon hit the South of Corfu hard with his trident, dividing it in two parts, thus creating the Island of Paxi and an ideal hideaway for his beloved Amphitrite. The first destination is the enchanting island of Antipaxi, with the exotic beaches that could be compared to those of the Caribbean. We will reach the beach of Antipaxi where you will have 1,5-hour time to swim on the crystal-clear waters. After your acquaintance with the Island of Antipaxi cruise continues for the next destination, the steep beach with vertical cliffs and sea-caves. After this beautiful experience that will remain imprinted in your memory the next destination of our cruise is the island of Paxi. Here you shall have plenty of time to stroll in the narrow alleys, to enjoy your coffee by the view of the island of Saint Nicklaus or the facing shores of mainland Greece and the water of the romantic canal. For those of you who want to get a better view of Poseidon’s romantic hideaway –Paxi, there’s the opportunity of taking the amazing optional bus tour, which will travel you through the entire island with the company of our guide. On your way you shall find Logos bay with its small port surrounded by the jolly small houses, as well as Laka lying in an impressive deep sandy gulf. During our voyage you may carelessly enjoy sunbathing, drinking coffee, dining, or cooling off with some refreshment that you can find on our boat.