SKOPELOS

If you are looking for a peaceful island to enjoy your family holidays, Skopelos is your destination. Find yourself in a green surrounding with rich pine forests, crystal blue seas and sandy beaches. Taste the famous cheese-pie of Skopelos , and have a shot of ouzo in the taverns by the sea.

If you are a movie fan, trace the paths of the famous film "Mamma Mia". Yes, the amazing chapel on the rocks (where the wedding ceremony took place) really exists. It’s "Saint Ioannis Chapel" in Skopelos . The island enjoyed international acclaim when Hollywood producers chose it, establishing the island as a holiday destination for thousands of tourists coming from all over the world.

Skopelos belongs to the Sporades group and has three main ports: Skopelos (Hora), Agnontas and Glossa. It is the greenest island in Greece . Here, where the green of the pines and dense virgin forest meets the deep blue sea and sky, creating an image of natural beauty, you will find yourself in a small paradise with eye-catching landscapes, azure and crystal blue waters on golden coasts.

Wander around the small streets, starting from Pigadaki and let the alleys ascend to the castle stopping every so often to admire the spectacular views. When you think that you got lost inside them, just go down to one of them taking you to the port. Or you can start from the Panagitsa Tower on the edge of the harbor all the way up to the castle. This path is like a flashback. Splendid churches, picturesque alleys, steep cliffs and the Aegean open in front of you, is rather impressive. Such is the beauty of this town that really wins from the first time.

Skopelos has no shortage of wonderful sun-drenched beaches stretching uninterrupted along the island’s pine covered coastline. The island might seem to be small, but every turn on the road hides a small bay, or a sandy beach behind the trees. They have a unique diversity (may be long, small bays and coves, sandy or pebbly beaches, coastal caves with steep cliffs, coastal wetlands), but everybody loves the purity and clarity of the waters, that are so popular and loved.