Skyros is the largest and southernmost island of the Northern Sporades. It is located east of Evia, which is approximately 35 km away. The island, for the most part, is mountainous, especially in the southeast. The bays of Kalogria, Pefkos, Agios Nikolaos and Tristomo form in the west of the island while Linariá, the island’s harbor, can be found on the west coast.

Most important sights of Skyros

  • The small Skyrian horse
  • Sea caves
  • Ruins of the Neolithic settlement in Palamari
  • ‘The square with the statue’ of Robert Brook
  • Ancient castle and St. George's Monastery
  • The Archaeological Museum and Folk Art Museum Faltaits
  • Pottery and wood sculpting workshops
  • The chapel of Agios Panteleimonas overlooking the Aegean Sea
  • The region of Pouriá with its windmill and unique, eroded stones

The scenic alleys in the main town

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