The tiny village of Loggos is approximately half the size of Lakka, located between Gaios and Lakka at the east coast, 4 km south from Lakka and 8 km north from Gaios. Several times a day the bus from Gaios squeezes between tables and water along the Loggos Quay, to continue to Lakka. Gaios and Loggos can also be reached by sea-taxi.
Loggos is the third largest village and a quiet fishing village with a picturesque harbour and a very laid back atmosphere. The visitor wil find a few taverna's, a village bakery, some minimarkets, two waterfront tavernas and an internet cafe. Litthe fishingboats bob on the water. Pastel-washed and stone build houses cluster around the quayside where fishermen quietly mend their nets. The now derelict, Anemogiannis soap factory with the statue of Aphrodite dominates the harbour front of Loggos. The wall frescoes in the Church of the Source of Life (Zoodohos Pigi - 1739), are particularly interesting
Loggos has a clan village beach and Levrecchio Beach is just a short walk. There are also several lovely beaches on either side of Loggos, all accessible by boat, some on by foot or car. Between Loggos and Lakka you will find the beaches Glyfada, Monodendri, Lakkos, Orkos, Arkoudaki.
There are some nice walks in the vicinity of Loggos. One of the best is the walk up to the old mill overlooking Loggos and enjoy fantastic views.