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With a Hollywood Air!

Skopelos, captivating, green with blue contrasts amazes the visitor from the first moment!

Filled with dense virgin pine forests that cover almost 80% of its area, it is considered the greenest island in the Aegean Sea. The intense but also harmonious relationship of the green element with that of the deep blue of the sea led the Biopolitics International Organization to officially declare it on 5/7/1997 as a green and blue island. It has a good tourist infrastructure, but it also largely maintains its traditional character.

Seductive verdant landscapes, emerald waters on dreamy shores, Pelioreite architecture, natural beauties, imposing monasteries and an authentic Aegean island atmosphere make up the image of Skopelos.

Skopelos Island belongs to the Northern Sporades complex and has three main ports: Chora Skopelos, Agnontas and Glossa. It has an area of approximately 96 sq. km and a perimeter of 67 km. It has two mountains, Delphi (680 m high) and Palouki (565 m high).

Its ancient name was “Peparithos”, from the son of Dionysus and Ariadne, who was also its first inhabitant. The name Skopelos appeared for the first time in the texts of Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD and it is probably due to the many reefs and shoals around the island.

The biggest privilege of Skopelos is definitely its wonderful beaches with turquoise crystal clear waters and the green pine trees surrounding them, but also its rich gastronomy. However, no one can resist its traditional twisted cheese pie, the fame of which has traveled all over Greece! This local delicacy is made from crispy phyllo (dough) and has local goat cheese as its main ingredient.

The beauty of Skopelos Island did not leave unmoved even the Hollywood producers who chose to shoot the movie “Mamma Mia!” here, thus making the island an acclaimed tourist destination worldwide!

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