Erimitis is a relatively new beach, formed in 2008, following a landslide that triggered the collapse of the towering cliffs. It is about halfway down the remote western side of the island, in a wild and incredibly beautiful scenery. Erimitis is probably, the most dramatically beautiful of all the Paxos beaches. Made up of white pebbles and crystal blue waters that give the beach an exotic appearance. The water gets deep almost immediately so it could be unsafe if the sea is rough.
Access is easy, through the road that passes near the village of Magazia. Signboards will lead you to a dirt track which continues for about 2-3 km. At the end of the road, there is a path leading down to the beach. The path is incredibly steep, not suitable for small kids, buggies and/or people with limited mobility. Avoid wearing flip-flops and take with you water. Once you get to the bottom you are overshadowed by the most stunning cliffs and greeted by clear crystal waters. There are no facilities, Eimitis is a pure natural heaven. It's well worth a visit, especially during the sunset. Discovering Erimitis is a must for anyone visiting the island.