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Loutraki Marina, Skopelos Island, Greece

Loutraki Marina is a medium size port conveniently located in the city with the same name on the beautiful island of Skopelos. Enjoy sunbathing on the beach, kayaking in the shallow water or simply relaxing in the harbour. The most famous touristic attraction in the area is the beach of Loutraki and The Church of Agios Ioannis Kastri. Also don’t hesitate to visit the fabulous beach of Panormos with its fantastic view of the sunset, Stafilos Beach surrounded by impressive cliffs or the exotic Hovolo Beach. If you go on an island tour, you must visit Glosa village with its beautiful white houses and the majestic Monastery of Taxiarhes. Restaurants in the area offer everything from seafood dishes to the famous Gyros. The top rated establishments feature names like Kavos Fish Tavern, Panorama Restaurant and Restaurant Rigani. Enjoy unique moments with your loved ones in luxurious suites or cosy apartments situated right by the dock: Hotel Selenunda, Rania Studios and Anna's Summer House.

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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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