22 May - 24 May 2004 Lakka

Mediterranean Sea
Ionian Sea
Hellenic Republic of Greece
Paxos Island
SY "Kamu II" at anchor, on sand.

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2004 Map

Anchoring in the first blue-water anchorage of this year's sailing season: crystal-clear aquamarine water and white sand, slopes covered with silver green olive groves with the occasional cypress sticking up, all this under the azure blue Greek sky.

Sipping lekker Greek Moscofilero white wine amongst the friendly locals at the picturesque Lakka water front which is located on a natural, almost circular harbour created by two headlands sheltering the bay from the open sea.

Hiking through the captivating landscape of dense, centuries-old olive groves, snaking dry-stone walls and abandoned stone olive presses on Paxos to the old lighthouse at Lakka and further on to the church of Candlemas at Ipapanti without meeting anyone from the immensely wealthy Agnelli family (of Fiat fame) who lives on this lovely island.