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Limin Skopélou Marina, Skopelos Island, Greece
Limin Skopélou Marina is a small port located in the city of Skopelos, on the Skopelos Island with access to the shores of the Aegean Sea. This area is the perfect place for those looking for sunbathing or enjoying fresh air and superb weather. The island is also known as a family and romantic destination, being packed with incredible beaches like Hovolo, Milia, Loutraki and Panormos. The Church of Agios Ioannis Kastri is the most visited on the island as the wedding scenes from the movie Mamma Mia were shot here. If you are a fan of the Greek cuisine, here is a list of the top rated venues that will surely spice up your holiday: Agnanti, Plaza To Louki, Skopelitikes Tiropites Mixalis, Limnonari Complex, Stafilos Restaurant and The Muses. Enjoy staying at the finest hotels in Skopelos where you’ll feel pampered by the large terraces and modern Spa’s. Skopelos Village, Adrina Beach and Panormos Beach Hotel are the best venues in town. Relax on the marvellous beaches of Skopelos marina.
Facilities of Limin Skopélou Marina
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Limin Skopélou Marina : restrictive
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Attractions in Skopelos Island
Skopelos (Greek: Σκόπελος) is a gorgeous island in the Sporades complex in Greece, located in the western Aegean Sea, between the islands of Skiathos and Alonissos. Attracting families and romantic couples alike, the island mostly became famous to the world when it became the natural setting for the Mamma Mia movie a few years ago.
According to myth, Skopelos was founded by Staphylos or Staphylus (Greek for grape), one of the sons of the god Dionysos and the princess Ariadne of Crete and would become known throughout the ancient Greek cities of the Mediterranean Sea for its wine. In addition to the legend of its founding by the son of the god of wine, history tells us that in the Late Bronze Age the island, then known as Peparethos or Peparethus was colonised by Cretans, who introduced viticulture to the land. As far as local wines, since the isle is so lush and green, there are many that have their own private little ... more info
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