Holidays in Sporades Islands

    The Sporades islands are geographically located between the Greek mainland and the greek islands of North Eastern Aegean, almost in the center of the Aegean Sea. These four small islands have a special character each and amazing nature. The most popular island of Sporades Greece for your holidays and much frequented by the youth is Skiathos, while Skopelos and Alonissos have more family atmosphere but still gorgeous beaches. The least known but equally beautiful island of Sporades is Skyros, with a picturesque capital town, secluded beaches and interesting sightseeing. This Sporades islands travel guide will give you all the necessary information to organize your holiday in Greece.

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    Travel guide to Sporades, Greece

    Located on the northern side of the Aegean Sea, the group of Sprades actually consists of four large islands. Skiathos and Skopelos are the most famous islands of the complex, while Alonissos and Skyros keep a lower profile.


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    The island group of Sporades islands is located on the south east of Mount Pelion, in the north western sie of the Aegean Sea. It actually consists of four Greek islands and few uninhabited islets that form the Marine Park of North Aegean Sea. The most popular is Skiathos island. Our Sporades islands travel guide will give you all the necessary information to understand this region of Greece.


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    Here is our Sporades islands travel guide that we have prepared for the four islands of the islands group: the cosmopolitan island of Skiathos, the green island of Skopelos, the relaxing island of Alonissos and the secluded island of Skyros. Each travel guide is prepared with detailed texts, maps, hundreds of photos and other useful information to organize your holidays there.


    • Alonissos
      Alonissos
    • Skiathos
      Skiathos
    • Skopelos
      Skopelos
    • Skyros
      Skyros

    Accommodation

    Most luxurious accommodations in Sporades, in Greece, are found in Skiathos. The islands of Skopelos, Alonissos and Skyros has less luxurious and more traditional places to stay. Here are the accommodations we suggest in the Sporades islands, including hotels, villas and studios. Each accommodation is presented with photos, detailed text and Google map.


    Villages

    Alonissos Chora

    The villages of Sporades islands have many characteristics in common. Not only they are all surrounded by lush greenery, but their architecture is purely traditional. This means stone houses with one or two storeys, red-tiled roofs, narrow paved paths and stone churches with tall bell towers. Among the most impressive villages are Skiathos Town, Skopelos Town, Chora in Alonissos and Chora in Skyros. As many villages are built on the slopes of hills, they provide breathtaking view to the sea. View our travel guide of Sporades villages and find information about some of the most beautiful villages of Greece.


    Beaches

    Alonissos Chrisi Milia

    The island group of Sporades, in Greece, is famous for their relaxing atmosphere and beautiful beaches. Small or large bays, sandy or pebbled, organized or secluded, the beaches of Sporades are unique. The most popular beaches are found in Skiathos and include Koukounaries, Banana, Agia Paraskevi and Vromolimnos. An amazing beach in Skiathos is also Lalaria, with pure exotic water, but it can be accessed only by boat. The beaches in the rest of the islands are more secluded and offer privacy and calmness. View our travel guide of Sporades beaches and find information about some of the best beaches in Greece.


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