Skiathos is the closest land to the Sporades islands. It is 41 nautical miles away. miles from the capital of Magnesia, Volos and only 2.4 miles from the coast of southern Pelion.

Enjoy it with all your senses! The area of the island is 48 square meters. Skiathos has rich vegetation and many beaches with the most famous,
Koukounaries, Banana, Mikri and Big Aselinos, Megali Ammos, Lalaria, Vromolimnos, Kanapitsa and the island of Tsugria.
In the city of Skiathos is the house of Alexander Papadiamantis, who was born and lived on the island. At the port of the city there is also Bourtzi,
a small peninsula that divides it into two.


Skopelos is the second island in the series after Skiathos. It is about 96 square meters. It has two mountains, Palouki (565 m) and Delphi (680 m). It is full of dense forests covering almost 80% of its area and is therefore considered the greenest island in the Aegean. On the north and east side of Skopelos, the coast is rocky, while on the south and west the slopes create the beautiful green beaches of the island. On the south side are most of the beaches: Stafylos, Velanios, Agnontas, Limnariari, Panormos, Andrines, Milia, Kastani, Elios, Armenopetra, Agios Ioannis in Kastri and many more, "drowned" in the green of the pine forest.


Whether you want full beaches or individual coves, Skyros can meet your needs. The most famous beach of Skyros is Molos. it has a picturesque setting and a long and sandy beach. Also known for its crystal clear blue waters you can easily anchor the rented sailboat. Grab your shore and enjoy traditional Greek flavors from the many taverns and restaurants there. On the west side of the island is Acherounes Beach. the lush landscape and the amazing waters attract many visitors. It is ideal to anchor your sailing boat there because of the hills that encircle the beach that block the strong north wind.



Alonissos is located in the Aegean Sea and belongs to the Sporades island complex. The total area of ​​the island is 64,5 square meters. km and its coast length about 67 km. It has a maximum length of about 20 km and a width of 3 to 4.5 km. miles and northeast of the island of Pelagonissi, with the Pelagonissi line, 3.5 nautical miles. miles. Patitiri bay is the port of the island, where it is connected by ferry to Volos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Thessaloniki. The island is morphologically divided into the northern mountainous and southern lowland areas. The main peaks are Geladara (456 m) and Kouvouli (475 m), which together with those of Skopelos constitute a continuous mountain arc. In the southern part, which is lowland, there are settlements, and on its wild and rocky shores, there are caves that nest in seals and in the wild. Also on the island and the surrounding islets there are wild goats similar to the so-called "cricketers" of Crete, Antimilos and Symi. Representative beaches are Agios Dimitrios, Kokkinokastro, Lefto Gialos, Megalo Mourtias, Milia and Golden Apple.