Skopelos

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SKOPELOS

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Skopelos, in the North Sporades complex, is an excellent destination all year round and is highly popular among north Europeans.

The greatest part of the island is covered by lush vegetation, probably making it the “greenest” island of the Aegean. There also is great variety among beaches, wide sandy ones, pebbled and even unreachable tiny rocky bays that will satisfy any scuba diver.

The island’s main port is in its’ capital, Skopelos, the secondary one is located next to Glossa and there is a third used only when some special need occurs, Agnontas.

Skopelos gained global fame in 2008 as it hosted the filming of the movie Mamma Mia.

Passenger routes connect Skopelos to Agios Constantinos and Volos as well as Skiathos and Alonissos.