Skiathos is a small island in the northwest Aegean Sea, Greece, known for its stunning azure waters, pine-covered hills, and sandy beaches. Its main town, also known as Skiathos, boasts a picturesque harbor and a selection of traditional tavernas, seafood restaurants, and bars.

Despite being a relatively small island, Skiathos is home to more than 60 beaches, some of which can only be reached by water taxis or on foot. 

The most famous beach is Koukounaries, a natural paradise flanked by a pine forest, while other popular spots include Lalaria Beach, with its iconic white cliffs and turquoise waters, and Banana Beach, which is renowned for its water sports and lively vibe.

In addition to soaking up the sun and taking a dip in the crystal-clear waters, visitors to Skiathos can explore its rich history and vibrant local culture.

Whether you’re seeking relaxation, adventure, or a taste of Greek culture, Skiathos has something for everyone. With its natural beauty, rich history, and lively atmosphere, it’s no wonder that Skiathos continues to captivate visitors year after year.

Through Skiathos International Airport (JSI) located 2km north of Skiathos Town .

From Athens International Airport (ATH) (Duration 40 min) and Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG) mainly . 

Skiathos International Airport (JSI) also connects with airports in other countries in Europe .

From Agios Konstantinos Port (Duration 90 min to 2 h 30 min) 160km (2 hours by car/bus) northwest of Athens .

From Volos Port (Duration 90 min to 3 hours) 330km (3 h 30 min by car/bus) north of Athens .

From Mantoudi Port in Evia (Duration 2 to 3 hours) 135km (2 hours by car/bus) north of Athens , as well as other islands of the Sporades such as Alonissos and Skopelos as well as Mykonos daily during the summer season .

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