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The island of Skopelos has a wealth of natural and cultural attractions that make it a popular destination for tourists.

Here are some of the most famous sights of Skopelos:

Skopelos Old Town

Skopelos Old Town is a village protected for its traditional architectural value, a charming maze of narrow streets, whitewashed buildings with special red-tiled or Pelion stone roofs. It is a popular spot for walking tours, with many historic buildings and hidden churches to explore.

Glossa Village

Located in the northwestern part of the island, Glossa is a picturesque village with narrow streets, traditional taverns and beautiful sea views. There is also the Folklore Museum of Glossa, which has exhibits on the island's history and culture.

Panagitsa of Pyrgos

This is a beautiful Byzantine church located on top of a hill part of the Othoman’s castle in the entrance of the port of Skopelos. It dates back to the 17th century and features stunning frescoes, an impressive bell tower and a tiny chapel-old tower.

Drakontos Cave:

This is a natural cave located near the village of Glossa. It features beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, as well as a small underground lake.

Stafylos Beach

This is one of the most popular beaches on the island of Skopelos, with crystal clear waters and a beautiful pebble beach surrounded by lush greenery.

Velani Beach

This is a secluded no-clothing beach located on the southern coast of Skopelos. It is only accessible by boat or a 30-minute hike through the forest.

Milia Beach

This is an almost tropical beach really long, with white gravel and turquoise crystal clear waters. Milia beach neighboring a deserted island and many other caves and bays that you can visit by swimming or through the forest.

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