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Tiny Skiathos is one of the most postcard-perfect Greek islands, sitting pretty in the Aegean Sea. It's the perfect place for you if it's a relaxing beach break that you're after, where stunning natural surroundings are juxtaposed with gleaming designer boutiques and swanky restaurants and bars.

If you want to escape somewhere idyllic, with not a single high-rise in sight, Skiathos may be the holiday spot of your dreams. You'll find gleaming white yachts bobbing proudly in Skiathos Town's two harbours, where gourmet restaurants feed happy holidaymakers with fresh fish and meze.

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Tradition meets glamour on this fabulous island, with its blend of traditional Greek scenery and landscapes, tavernas and traditions, juxtaposed with its glossy high-end hotels and restaurants and gleaming yachts bobbing about the harbour.

This is a great choice if you’re looking for days spent between the beach and visiting the fascinating historical monuments around the island, and evenings spent sipping cocktails in a chic bar with fantastic views over the Aegean. Book your flights to Skiathos with Thomas Cook Airlines and join the beautiful people on this equally beautiful Greek island.

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10 facts about Skiathos


Skiathos was the setting for feel-good movie Mamma Mia, starring Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan and Meryl Streep. There’s an open-air cinema showing the movie three times a week, every week!


The same open-air cinema in fact, used to have a roof, which collapsed one year after heavy snowfall. However, in typically Greek style, the change was embraced and proved popular.


Skiathos runway is right on the water’s edge on the eastern side of the island - making for an exhilarating landing and take-off experience.


Despite its small size, Skiathos has an impressive 60 beaches dotted around its 44 km coastline, many of which are sandy.


The Municipality of Skiathos includes the islets of Tsougria, Tsougriaki, Maragos, Arkos, Troulonisi and Aspronisi, just a few kilometres off the southeast coastline.


Kastro, gazing out from a rocky headland above the north coast, was the fortified pirate-proof capital of Skiathos from 1540 to 1829.


The small islands off Skiathos’s shoreline are great for divers - and at a reasonable rate too. Take a trip to see the jewels beneath the warm blue waters.


Moni Evangelistrias, Skiathos’s most famous monestary, is home to two monks, who make wine as part of their chores. Visitors can taste it in the museum shop.


There is a little taverna on the southern Bourtzi peninsula which is popular for amateur plane spotting, as the planes fly very low overhead.


Early birds can watch an amusing sight every morning, as between 5.30-7am, the fishermen return with their catch and the restaurant owners fight over who gets the best catch.