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The Glossa Alonissos ferry route connects Skopelos Island with Sporades Islands and is currently operated by 3 ferry companies. Hellenic Seaways operate their crossing up to 10 times per week, Anes Ferries 2 times per week & the Aegean Flying Dolphins service is available up to 7 times per week.
There are a combined 19 sailings available per week on the Glossa Alonissos crossing between Skopelos Island and Sporades Islands and with 3 ferry companies on offer it is advisable to compare all to make sure you get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.
Glossa is a village and a community in the north western part of the island of Skopelos in the Northern Sporades.
The architecture in Glossa consists of two-storey whitewashed houses with wooden balconies and tiled roofs.
Ruins of Roman baths can be found near the port as well as 4th century BC remains of the citadel of ancient Selinous, and ruins of a 5th century temple of Athena.
The Greek island of Alonnisos lies in the Aegean Sea and forms one of the Northern Sporades group of islands along with Skopelos and Skiathos. Skopelos is only 3 km to the east of Alonnisos. It is the most remote of the Northern Sporades group of islands and is home to the National Marine Park of the Northern Sporades which is a haven for rare birds, dolphins and the Mediterranean Monk Seal. The island is surrounded by small islands that are scattered around the archipelago and its interior is rugged. It is the perfect island for visitors looking for peach and tranquillity with lovely things to do including taking a leisurely stroll through the pine forests, olive groves and orchards.
visitors arriving by ferry will be greeted by the picturesque harbour and island capital of Patitiri. The town has a beautiful stone paved waterfront and takes its name from the wine presses used by the locals. The old island capital is Hora (or Old Village) and provides visitors with lovely views of the sea, stone houses with pretty little courtyards, narrow alleys and a number of churches that capture the spirit of a typical Greek island town.
From the port there is ferry and hydrofoil service from Patitiri to Volos, Agios Konstantinos, and Thessaloniki on the mainland and to the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros.