How to get to Skopelos?

Travel to Skopelos island, Greece: Skopelos is a lovely destination of the Sporades island complex. On this page, you will find out in which ways you can reach and explore this unique place!
Don't forget to get informed about the local transportation options you have, in order to organize your transfer to your hotel and explore each and every spot of Skopelos easily!


Ferries depart for Skopelos from Agios Konstantinos port in Volos and from the port of Volos Town. During summer, there are some extra ferry routes to Skopelos from Kymi in Evia. Ferries to Skopelos also depart from Mantoudi port in Evia. Notice that there are no direct ferry routes from Athens to Alonissos.
In case you are traveling from Athens, you need to reach Volos or Evia by KTEL bus and then you can take the ferry that will transfer you to your destination! You can find out further information about the itineraries of KTEL buses on
Skopelos is also connected by ferry with Skiathos.
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Flights near Skopelos

There is no airport on the small island of Skopelos. The closest one is located in Skiathos.
Skiathos International Airport "Alexandros Papadiamantis" receives flights from Athens International Airport all year round. The flight time from Athens to Skiathos is about 30 minutes. The airport also receives some seasonal flights from different places around Europe.
Upon your arrival, it is a good idea to take a taxi for your transfer, since the airport is located about 5 km away from the city center of Skiathos. There are always many taxis at the airport's entrance.
Then, you can take a ferry to Skopelos.



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