Introducing Skopelos

Some people say that Skopelos is the perfect Greek island. If you love beautiful landscapes, azure blue waters and soft sandy beaches all with traditional Pelion architecture and lush mountains serving as a backdrop, you will definitely agree. Skopelos, best known for being the film location of 2008’s Mamma Mia movie, is an island that is both rugged and refined. The virgin pine forests are practically untouched yet you won’t struggle to find 5 star luxury, stunning beach front resorts and all the traveller comforts that will help families, groups and couples have the most amazing time.

Highlights of Skopelos

Skopelos Town
Skopelos is the main town on the island and one of its main attractions is the 13th Century Venetian castle ruins which sit atop of the hill overlooking the town.
Glóssa is the second largest settlement in Skopelos and is distinctive for its traditional architecture and old fashioned streets. It’s a great place for ruins and sightseeing.
Néo Klíma
Set beneath the Vathia Forest, Néo Klíma is a pretty village with easy access to the beautiful beach of Hovolos.
Panormos is considered to be one of the best beaches on the island and it offers soft sands and crystal clear waters for swimming in. Family friendly and close to cafes and restaurants.
This pebbly beach is safe, clean, picturesque and family friendly. Slightly quieter than the island’s other popular beaches, it’s a lovely place to get away from it all.

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