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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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  • Skiathos Accommodation

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Skiathos Ferry Services

Skiathos Guide

What is there to do in Skiathos?

Much like many Greek islands, Skiathos’ appeal lies in its beaches; 60 clean beaches consisting of gorgeous golden sands against azure blue water are regarded as the most beautiful in the Aegean Islands. Koukounaries Beach has become the most famous, and consequently the most popular, hosting endless tourists hoping to catch a tan under the glorious rays of the Mediterranean sun. Most of the visitors are young people from all over Europe, choosing to sunbathe in the afternoon before hitting the thriving stream of bars and clubs serving cheap alcohol with the combination of frenetic dance music. When the beaches are so desirable and the nightlife so invigorating, it can be tempting to keep to the same routine, however, that would be dismissive of the wealth of culture around Skiathos. Bourtzi is a small peninsula decorated in lush vegetation and verdant foliage, laying home to a Venetian Fortress which showcases the architectural history. The Monastero di Panagia Evangelistria, Il Kastro and Agios Nikolaos Church and Clock Tower are wonderful pieces of structural design, and are well worth a visit for a day of sightseeing.

How do you get around Skiathos?

Public buses operate throughout the island and run fairly regularly. Rental car and scooter companies are prevalent around the town centre, and there are also taxis readily available for convenient transport.

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