This is one of the stunning locations used in the film Mamma Mia- you'll recognise the flower-filled courtyards and pretty cobbled streets.
Skopelos Town is one of Greece's most treasured towns, on a par with Hydra and Simi. It scales the steep, low hills around the harbour and has the same winding, narrow paths that characterise the more famous Cycladic islands to the south.
Scattered on the slopes of the town are just a few of the island's 123 churches.
Who goes to Skopelos town?
Those looking for the taste of the traditional Greek lifestyle and who enjoy relaxing amongst stunning scenery.
- Good beaches
- Relaxed ambience
Things To Do
Popular activities during holidays in Skopelos Town include:-
- Walking in hills and town
Skopelos Town Holidays - Excursions
Aegean Paradise Excursion: Relax and enjoy the wonderful coastlines of the Sporades islands, set within the beautiful Aegean.
National Marine Park: Home of the endangered monk seal and the dolphins.
Greek Night: A fun but traditional evening, a lively atmosphere and a must on at least one night whilst in Greece.
Delicious Greek Specialities: Washed down by the tasty local wine. This is buffet BBQ-style with excellent choices for vegetarians. There is a wide variety of fresh salads. It is set in a gorgeous venue overlooking the churches and windy paths of old Skopelos town. You will have a chance to learn your first, Greek, dancing steps by our professional team of local dancers. Not to be missed.
Secret Skopelos: Discover the true secrets and history of the old town. Listen to stories of the town that bring it to life and meet the local islanders. This town walk combines several different aspects of the life on Skopelos. Admire the local architecture of the village including houses and churches. Learn how people live and work here on the island. Take a peak in the life of the inhabitants of Skopelos including both its religious and cultural significance.
Make your Skopelos Town holidays extra special by booking some of our great excursions, places are limited so reserve your place at your Welcome Meeting or contact your holiday representative to avoid disappointment .
Things To See
The village of Glossa: Where no cars are allowed, great views, narrow historic streets, a small church and cafe at the summit of the town.
The Village of Klima: Destroyed in 1965 but has been renovated it. It's fairly small but very enchanting.
The Graves of Sedoukia: Lie next to the 700 metre high mountain Delphi. They are pre-historic graves and we recommend a visit during your stay.
Monasteries On the left side of Skopelos in the hills. Nuns still live within and are very happy to meet visitors. They are called the Evangelistra and Prodromos.
The Folklore Museum: Exhibiting various fine handiworks from the late 19th and 20th century (embroidery, weaving and handicraft work, especially ceramics, knives, woodcarvings and agricultural tools).