Everything about Skopelos is beautiful but the one thing that will truly remain unforgettable is the beaches. The amazing blue of the sea, the green pine trees that in many …
On the mountain Karia of #Skopelos you can visit #Sentoukia, the 4 rock-cut tombs dated back to the Roman or early Christian period. Rock-cut tombs were carved into a porous part of the rock in the shape of a box (larnax). They were family tombs and they usually were privately owned.
Agios Giannis at Kastri, is a small church on the top of a steep rock, at the northeast side of #Skopelos Island. Make sure you have your camera ready to take many selfies with spectacular backdrop views and be the envy of friends and family that could not join you on this holiday!
Giorgos Xintaris is one of the most representative musicians of #Rembetiko. He is a native of #Skopelos and was born on the island in 1952. For more than 20 years now, he has welcomed friends and visitors at the place that he sings named Anatoli during the summer.
The #church of Panagitsa tou Pyrgou (Holy Mary of the Castle) is the small church you can see when entering the port of #Skopelos.
You can visit the store and studio of Nikos Rodios the 3rd where you can see the #potter work on the same kick-wheel his grandfather use to work on and of course purchase some of the most beautiful and well-made pottery in #Skopelos and the world.
Antigoni Vakratsa a few years ago donated her house to the island of #Skopelos to become a museum (Vakratsa Mansion) so people can see the way the Skopeleans live. You can visit this mansion and witness the true architecture of the island.
The Folklore Museum of #Skopelos is housed in one of the mansions of Skopelos from the 18th century. The building was originally built in 1795 but had a lot of damage in the 1963 earthquakes so it was restored to its old glory in 1971.