All you want is Greece. Sporades Islands

All you want is Greece! Sporades Islands!


The most cosmopolitan island in the Northern Sporades, is truly a paradise on earth, with lush pine forests and crystal-clear azure waters. Despite the rapid growth in tourism here in recent decades, it the island is still picturesque and unspoilt and blessed with more than60 beautifullycleanbeaches. The most famous is Koukounariés, which has been declared the third most beautiful beach in the Mediterranean. When you add in its bustling nightlife, it is only natural that the island attracts thousands of young visitors every year!

Sporades islands, Skiathos, Koukounaries Beach Photo:GNTO/Y. Skoulas

All you want is Greece! Sporades Islands!

Lalária Beach

On the northeastern part of the island, is the kind of beach you find once in a lifetime. Impressive white rock formations; small round pebbles (which is what lalaria means in Greek), beautifully clean waters and the “hollowrock” standing imposingly on the beach provide a beautiful natural backdrop that will take your breath away. Note: you can only reach the beach by boat departing, weather permitting, from the port of Skiáthos.

Lalaria beach, Skiathos, Photo: GNTO/P. Merako

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Eye-catching landscapes; crystal clear waters next to golden coasts; traditional Pelion architecture; rugged natural landscapes and pure island atmosphere are what Skopelos adds up to.The island enjoyed international acclaim when Hollywood producers chose it to shoot the famous movie “Mamma Mia!”,establishing it as a holiday destination for travellers coming from around the world.

Sporades, Skopelos, Hora, Photo: GNTO/ Y.Skoulas

All you want is Greece! Sporades Islands!

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Alonissos: The first underwater museum in Greece!

Everyday life here is full of new experiences, fishing, hiking, canoe, kayak, diving, leisureand daily visits to the islands of the largest marine park in Europe!The National Marine Park of Alonissos and Northern Sporades is member of the MedPAN(Network of Marine Protected Areas in the Mediterranean). Founded in 2003 and funded within the framework of the “Environment and Sustainable Development” operational program.Alonissos –Peristera ancient wreck:Since 2020, the amateur scuba divers and free divers are able to visit, accompanied by diving centers, the first underwater museum of Greece, the famous shipwreck of amphoraedating to the 5thcentury BC and located in the seabed of the islet Peristera in Alonissos

Sporades, Alonissos, Patitiri, Photo: GNTO/Y.Skoulas

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All you want is Greece! Sporades Islands!

Skyros Island

Whether you are an action lover or desperate for carefree moments under the sun, Skyros has a unique experience to offer to each one of you! Upon reaching the island, you will encounter the scenic Port of Linaria. Only ten km far you will find the beautiful Chóra, amphitheatrically built around a Byzantine castle that occupies the site of the ancient citadel (acropolis). Walking through the cobbled alleys, one can admire the Skyrian houses with their unique architecture.

Skyros Island, Photo: GNTO Archive

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Volos & Mountain Pelion

Volos is situated 320km N ofAthensand 219km S ofThessaloniki. The modern-day city, built near the site of ancient Iolcos, dominates the region of Magnesia.The sights in Volos are so numerous that the visitor will feel his day is more than full. Beyond doubt, this is the most impressive corner of the city, embellished not only by fishing boats and yachts, but also by an exact imitation of ancient shipArgo, constructed by faithfully following reports and ancient texts. The modern Argo, a brilliant feat of shipbuilding, will fill history lovers with excitement.The famous tsipouradika of Volos While visiting Volos, you will definitely pass by a tsipouro taverna; the unrivalled landmark of the city.

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All you want is Greece! Sporades Islands!

Volos City Photo: GNTO, Y. Skoulas

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When you mention Volos, Mount Pelion is the first destination that comes to mind. Pelion forms a natural borderline between the district of Magnesia and the Aegean Sea. Its soft slopes and easily accessed peaks make Mount Pelion a popular destination for hiking lovers and weekend mountain climbers

Photo: GNTO, Y.Skoulas

Pelion, Milies Train, Photo:GNTO/Y.Skoulas


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