• Skopelos Holidays
  • Overview

    Larger, quieter and mesmerisingly pretty, this rocky island boasts an attractive capital, Skopelos Town; a beautiful Aegean port with winding cobbled streets, numerous (more than 120) churches, and steep hills rising from the harbour. The town teems with life, great for jewellery shopping along the waterfront and, of course, there’s a plethora of tavernas and bars.

    Skopelos history dates back more than 18 centuries with its aphrodisiac wine, noted by Aristotle, and its wonderful olive oil, but the island enjoys fame and fortune from a more recent past and movie goers and ABBA fans alike will know that, on the west coast, Kastani is Mamma Mia! beach, the Chapel of Ag Ioannis, the tiny church atop those winding steps and, down in the south, Amarantos Cape is the film’s extraordinarily scenic 3 trees location. All these popular sights are easy to visit by exclusive minibus tour or by cruising along the coast.

    Additionally, the island is blessed with numerous beaches including popular Stafylos, a pebble beach close to Skopelos and easily accessed by regular buses, shingle covered Agnondas located in a sheltered harbour and popular for those holidaying with small children and, another family favourite, Limnonari; a beautiful cove sheltering one of the island’s few sandy beaches.

  • Hotels
 

Larger, quieter and mesmerisingly pretty, this rocky island boasts an attractive capital, Skopelos Town; a beautiful Aegean port with winding cobbled streets, numerous (more than 120) churches, and steep hills rising from the harbour. The town teems with life, great for jewellery shopping along the waterfront and, of course, there’s a plethora of tavernas and bars.

Skopelos history dates back more than 18 centuries with its aphrodisiac wine, noted by Aristotle, and its wonderful olive oil, but the island enjoys fame and fortune from a more recent past and movie goers and ABBA fans alike will know that, on the west coast, Kastani is Mamma Mia! beach, the Chapel of Ag Ioannis, the tiny church atop those winding steps and, down in the south, Amarantos Cape is the film’s extraordinarily scenic 3 trees location. All these popular sights are easy to visit by exclusive minibus tour or by cruising along the coast.

Additionally, the island is blessed with numerous beaches including popular Stafylos, a pebble beach close to Skopelos and easily accessed by regular buses, shingle covered Agnondas located in a sheltered harbour and popular for those holidaying with small children and, another family favourite, Limnonari; a beautiful cove sheltering one of the island’s few sandy beaches.

Weather

40

30

20

10

0

J F M A M J J A S O N D
5 6 8 9 12 12 13 12 9 8 7 5
Average daily hours of sun

Featured hotels

Skopelos Village Suite Hotel

4 Star

In a convenient location on the seafront in Skopelos Town with the harbour front and the old part of town within easy walking distance

Request a quote

Stafylos Suites Boutique Hotel

Stafylos Suites Boutique Hotel is a modern, small and intimate hotel set in lush gardens with fabulous views out to the Aegean Sea.

Request a quote
See all hotels in Skopelos

Featured hotels

Skopelos Village Suite Hotel

4 Star

In a convenient location on the seafront in Skopelos Town with the harbour front and the old part of town within easy walking distance

Stafylos Suites Boutique Hotel

Stafylos Suites Boutique Hotel is a modern, small and intimate hotel set in lush gardens with fabulous views out to the Aegean Sea.

Left Right See all hotels in Skopelos

Skopelos special offers

See all Skopelos offers

Where can I fly from?

Holiday Search

Please select an option from at least one drop down!

Weather

40

30

20

10

0

J F M A M J J A S O N D
5 6 8 9 12 12 13 12 9 8 7 5
Average daily hours of sun

Request a brochure

Caribbean Holiday Brochure

Latest blog

A Guide to the

Best Beaches in Croatia

100% protection

We are 100% financially secure and holidays including flights are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority, while other arrangements which do not include air travel are protected by the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA). Licenced in Ireland with the Commission for Aviation Regulation.

Travel & Health advice

For the latest advice from the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office about travel to, and within, your chosen destination, please visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice noting that, as advice can change, it is important to check regularly for the latest information.

Sales line open until 10pm

Freephone UK 0800 047 1066

Ireland 01 541 3000

Registered in England no. 1512421

VAT Reg no. 503 944 749

Find us on
We work with