Skiathos to Skiathos Greece Itinerary

Skiathos to Skiathos Greece Itinerary
Skiathos to Skiathos Sailing Itinerary

Your Skiathos to Skiathos Greece Itinerary will take you to some of the most beautiful places in Greece. This itinerary is only a sample of what you can do and see. Your Captain will help you craft a tailor-made vacation for you and your guests.

Day 1: Skiathos

Begin your charter in Skiathos Town. Skiathos Island is the most popular of the Greek Sporades islands. The small island has over 60 sunny beaches, lively nightlife, and quiet seaside towns. Skiathos is the biggest and most famous town, boasting many restaurants, shops, and clubs.

Day 2: Trikeri

On day two, arrive at the tiny island of Trikeri in the Pagasitic Gulf. The serenity of this paradise is undisturbed by the sounds of urban life. There are no cars on the lush green island, however, some narrow lanes and hiking trails criss-cross the island. The port area has a few tavernas and small shops.

Relax on the beaches and enjoy water sports in the turquoise waters. Or, take a walk and explore the island on one of many hiking trails. You can walk from one side of the island to the other in less than an hour.

Day 3: Volos

Volos, a beautiful seafront city, will delight you with its grand architecture and lively atmosphere. Stop by a tsipouro taverna for a simple meal and the city’s famed Tsipouro, a distilled spirit similar to raki.

Don’t miss the Archaeological Museum of Volos, Volos Castle, and the City Museum of Volos. Besides these low-key activities, there are more active things such as walking the long coastline, swimming, fishing, or biking. Or, shop in the city center. Because Volos is the third commercial port in Greece, it has a variety of luxury boutiques.

Day 4: Milina

The lovely fishing village of Milina is well known for its good captains, sponge divers, shipbuilders, and fishermen. It is pretty busy with visitors, especially in the summertime. Go to Tzasteni, a gorgeous beach set on a picturesque bay.

Day 5: Orei

Orei, a charming resort town, is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, hills, and plains. In the city’s square, see the marble statue of “the bull of Orei,” which was a tomb in the 4th century BC. Also, see the ruins of a Venetian castle built on the foundations of an old fort. Try one of the seafood restaurants at the harbor, or sip a cool drink at one of the cafes.

Day 6: Koukounaries

Koukounaries is a small, pretty village with a magnificent beach. The white sandy beach is surrounded by color — azure water on one side and lush green pine trees on the other. It is an ideal place to connect with nature. Sun loungers and umbrellas are available for rent. After a morning of watersports, perhaps stop by Under the Pine Trees restaurant for a traditional Gyro or Souvlaki.


Day 7: Skopelos

On day seven, your yacht takes you to Skopelos, a small and quiet island with delightfully secluded beaches and welcoming seaside bars and cafes. The outstanding surroundings made Skopelos the perfect setting for the movie “Mamma Mia.” The church of Agios Ioannis Kastri is where the movie’s wedding scene was filmed.

The two main villages of Skopelos are Skopelos Town and Glossa. Perched on the top of a hill, these two villages provide a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea.

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Day 8: Kira Panagia

Your Captain will moor in the small bay and take the tender into the beach. Kyra Panagia is part of the Alonnisos Marine Park. It has a monastery dating back to the first millennium’s turn, and a solitary yet very hospitable Monk lives at the monastery. If you visit the monastery, you can see 6th-century relics, 18th-century icons, and a beautiful mosaic in the courtyard.

Day 9: Alonissos

Anchor in the port of Patitiri, Alonnosis. Patitiri village is the picturesque central port and the capital of the island. Visit the Alonnosis Museum, take in the sights of the port, or walk to the end of the port, where there’s a small beach.

Day 10: Skantzoura

After a morning swim, take a walk on the small island of Skantzoura. The only structure on it is the Monastery of Evangelistria at Skantzoura, now abandoned. It is charming if isolated place. Explore or relax. However, since Skantzoura is part of the Alonnisos Marine Park, fishing is not allowed.

Day 11: Skiros

Skyros is a dream destination, especially if you love seclusion and relaxation. It is the least touristed island of the Sporades island chain and has many beaches, beautiful architecture, and hiking trails. A few highlights are Molos Beach, Skyros Town, and the Monastery of St. George.

Day 12: Skopelos

It’s an early morning start from Skiros, heading to the western side of Skopelos. Relax and enjoy Limnonari Beach with dinner onboard.

Day 13: Glossa – the 2nd largest village of Skopelos.

Glossa village, built like an amphitheater along a mountainside, is authentically Greek. It’s a short sail from Limnonari. However, a stop for swimming and snorkeling is possible. Enjoy the beaches of Loutraki, then walk or take a taxi up to Glossa. Explore the village and sample the local cuisine.

Day 14: Skiathos

Return to Skiathos. This is the last day of your Skiathos to Skiathos Greece Itinerary.

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