Skiathos-Elena Xidia -Reflections of passion-Yanni(piano cover)
GoldenMovies Production Directed by Pascal Mantis -Elena Xidia https://productiongm.com
We promote the cultural heritage of greece with music.
Εμπορικός & Επαγγελματικός Σύλλογος Σκιάθου – ΕΕΣΥΣ Ένωση Ξενοδόχων Σκιάθου Hellenic seaways
Anes ferries Ε/Γ-Ο/Γ ΠΡΩΤΕΥΣ
Skiathos Hair-Nails&Make-up Beautique salon
Μοναδικό Χειροποίητο Κόσμημα Γ. Καρυώτης
Diamanti Sailing Boat
Carnayo Restaurant bar
Skiathos Vesuvios pizza restaurant
Yποστήριξη : Δήμος Σκιάθου
Skiathos may be the smallest of the Sporades islands, which counts among its number sleepy Alonnisos and the pretty Mamma Mia! location of Skopelos, but it’s by far the most popular, especially with families, who come for the baby powder-soft sandy beaches and laid-back vibe. The island has some of the finest beaches in Greece, with the tree-lined, turquoise-watered Koukounaries in the south the most celebrated and the busiest (forget about getting a sun lounger here in peak season). Those in the north of the island, which can only be accessed by a steep, winding drive through pine groves, are more rugged and windswept but no less idyllic – emerging onto Elia beach, with its crystal-clear sea and rickety wooden taverna, is like stepping into a little slice of paradise. As dusk falls the town starts to liven up, with most of the action centred around Papadiamantis Street, the main shopping drag. Stroll down it on the way to dinner and browse smart boutiques selling handcrafted jewellery and knick-knacks, or pick up local delicacies from the upmarket. The buzziest restaurants are clustered around the harbour, with Bourtzi, perched atop a tiny rocky island, the best spot for sundowner cocktails and The Windmill a favourite for elegant suppers. For the most charming setting, head to Sklithri and book one of the taverna’s tables right on the beach. Order an ice-cold greek thessalian wine ,baked famus thessalian feta and a platter of perfectly-chargrilled and out-of-this-world delicious vegetables then watch the sun set over the Aegean, with your toes in the sand.