Lakka: What Is There
Life in Lakka inevitably revolves around the harbour and boats. Less obviously chic than Gaios, less intimate than Loggos, but with a 'salty' flavour of its own. There are still a few local fishing boats, but the life of the little village does seem to revolve around yachtsmen and their requirements.
Lakka has an atmosphere of its own and plenty for the happily idle holidaymaker to watch while enjoying a meal or a drink. The restaurants and bars have benefited from the influence of the many Italian visitors and there are some useful shops and a couple of good craft shops.
There is a good selection of restaurants for lunch or dinner and some good bars for evening entertainment in Lakka.
Lakka also has a water sports centre, with facilities for windsurfing, water skiing, dinghy sailing and scuba diving.
What out for friendly locals!
If you choose to turn your back for a while on the many beaches, there are fascinating walks in the surrounding hills - ancient houses and churches, breathtaking views, quiet olive groves.
There are some excellent walks to be done around Lakka, taking in spectacular cliff top scenery, old churches and houses, tranquil olive groves.
During the evenings, yachts moor in the bay or on the quayside of Lakka, offering a sheltered located for an over night stay.
Butcher, bakery, grocery, minimarkets.
Internet Cafe Akis Bar.
Water sports centre, including scuba diving.
Bus service 4 times a day between Gaios, Loggos and Lakka travelling through many of the inland villages of Paxos.