Skopelos Island
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Map of Skopelos Island, Sporades Islands, Greece  
 Skopelos Island, Sporades Islands, Greece
 Skopelos Island, Sporades Islands, Greece
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Skopelos, the island of the wine, has a magnificent landscape full of olive groves, fruit bearing trees and mostly grapevines. Furthermore, sandy bays surrounded by piney hills, outspread islets, interspersed churches and monasteries, not to mention interesting historical sites, compose a non-identical icon of unique beauty that shall impress you at once. Skopelos is the ideal resort for your holidays.

The island of Skopelos belongs to the Sporades Islands cluster, which is situated opposite the coastline of the island of Evia and opposite the geographical district of Thessalia. Furthermore, Skopelos covers an area of 95 sq. km., it has a coastline of 67 km and it also has approximately 4.700 inhabitants.

Skopelos, the homonymous capital and port of the island, is a beautiful town, densely populated, with deep roots in history. Two storey and three storey traditional houses with bloomed doorsteps and numerous sacred churches, all built on uphill alleys, shall lead you to the acropolis of ancient Peparithos with the spectacular view and the castle . From the heart of the town you will go down the stairs and you will end up at the characteristic church of Panagia and the chapel of Agii Pandes.

Apart from the capital of Skopelos, all the settlements of the island have been declared scheduled and therefore they maintain their impressive picturesqueness. Touring around the very promising island of Skopelos you will come across Agnondas, Stafylos, Panormos, Glossa, Klima, Loutraki, which are only a few of the magnificent settlements of the island that you have to visit in order to admire the endless beauty of Skopelos. Let yourself be intoxicated by Skopelos, the island of the wines.