Skopelos is definitely a walker’s paradise. There are many interesting tracks and trails scattered over the island. Hiking and trekking is the best way to discover the extraordinary nature, the unique biodiversity and the many religious sites of Skopelos. In recent years, the hiking trails on the island have become more accessible and functional. Our hotels provide free hiking sticks and trekking poles. Please contact us in advance to ensure availability.
Skopelos Walks | (+30) 6945 249 328
The green and relatively small island of Skopelos is a paradise for cyclists. Cycling along the old roads is a great way to explore this enchanting island. As the trails can become bumpy and take you off the beaten track, the use of a mountain bike is recommended.
Explore remote beaches, rugged cliffs, sea caves and uninhabited islands. A short paddle along the coast and a stop on a deserted beach for a swim and a snack. Sea kayaking is the perfect way to explore every part of the island’s shore. Learn to kayak or improve your skills in the blue green waters of Skopelos.
Diving and snorkeling in Skopelos is a unique life experience and a great way to explore the spectacular underwater world of Skopelos. Take a boat cruise to Panormos Bay, Kastani Beach, Amaranto Bay, Chovolos Beach, Dasia and Alonissos National Marine Park, while experienced instructors will make sure that you will safely enjoy your dives.
Sporades Diving | (+30) 6940 448 000
Standup paddleboarding, also known as SUP, is a cross between canoeing and surfing, using a surf style board and a long paddle. It’s essentially the same technique as canoeing, except paddlers stand upright. The fact that SUP is a full-body aerobic exercise, while at the same time it’s a fun sport that everyone can practice it, regardless of age, weight, experience, etc., has made it very popular recently. SUP is a great way to explore the coastline of Skopelos island with its sheltered bays, secluded beaches, and impressive caves.