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Walking is the Paxos pursuit par excellence. The island is a walkers paradise, with marked trails to follow and tree-shaded hollows in which to rest.
The Greek Island of Paxos is just 8 miles long and 3 miles wide but there are loads of tracks, walled paths and trails available for holiday walking/hiking (and plenty to photograph), certainly enough to ensure you do not run out of something new over a couple of weeks.
Head for the wine-press museum in the inland hamlet of Magazia (the word means ‘shops’ which, frankly, is a bit of an exaggeration) or the spectacular west-coast Erimitis Cliffs. However, if you do not have a head for heights, these are better seen from a boat. Sign up for a guided walk, or meander where you will.
Otherwise, to be active on Paxos involves immersing yourself in the sea, with or without your scuba gear.