Lakka is the second biggest village (with approx 400 inhabitants), it is located on the northern part of the island; traditional houses on a small port surrounding a sandy bay protected from the southern winds with deep crystal waters composes the scenery. In this traditional village you can see nice houses and small paths surrounded by charming cafes, bars and taverns. There are many beautiful beaches around Lakka, such as Harami, Kanoni, Plani, Arkoudaki, Orkos and Lakkos but also a nice lighthouse from where you can enjoy a wonderful sunset.
Loggos is a small picturesque village of 200 inhabitants, in the eastern part of the island, 5 km away from Gaios. The scenery offers beautiful houses, taverns, small bars and a peaceful atmosphere, especially during the evenings. Visiting the church of Zoodohou Pigi with its very old wall paintings, the ancient oil mill, the soap handcraft shop of Anemogiannis are worth the trip, you may also relax on the wonderful beach of Leverhiou, or Marmari, Kipo, Kipiadi, Glyfada or Monodendri.
Ozias is the oldest village of the island (250 people live there) and definitely worth the excursion