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Vassilias

Vassilias is a relaxed resort tucked into the Skiathos hillside, it's part way between Skiathos Town and the Kalamaki peninsula so getting about is easy. Vassilias is at bus stop 8 so you can catch the bus north to the capital or south to the other resorts and beaches.

Kanapitsa

Kanapitsa is a beautiful peninsula towards the south of Skiahtos down at bus stop 12. It's around 6km from the capital Skiathos Town which is a short 10-15 minute drive. Kanapitsa has a quiet and relaxed feel with a few tavernas scattered about.

Achladies

Achladies isn't really a village as such, it's more just a collection of hotels and apartments with a couple of beach side tavernas, a couple of supermarkets, a bar and a bakery. It's not far from Skiathos town which you can reach easily by water taxi or bus.

Keri

Keri beach is a narrow stretch just north of Limni Keri harbour. Tavernas bookend the largely pebbled stretch of coast as well as many other food and drink options in the area, but overall this far-flung resort is small and perfect for rest and relaxation.

Laganas

beach is sandy and absolutely huge, it's covered in rows and rows of sun loungers that are quite tightly packed in. Beach side bars play music and water sports like ringos, jetskis, banana boats and more keeps everyone entertained throughout the day.

Porto Koukla

Porto Koukla is in the bay of Laganas, south west of Agios Sostis beach, it's narrow at just 10m but stretches for around 200m. There’s a single row of sun loungers and a taverna on the grass verge behind the beach which offers lovely views out to Marathonisi island.

St Nicholas

St Nicholas beach, also known as Agios Nikolaos is on the east coast of the Vasilikos peninsular. It’s largely covered in sun loungers with just a small section at the northern end left clear, this is also where you'll find the small church that gives the beach it's name.

Agios Sostis

There are actually two sections to Agios Sostis beach which are separated by Sostis port. Both beaches have sand under foot, sun loungers to hire and tavernas at the rear. There’s pedalos and boats available to rent on both so you can explore the coast if you want.

Agios Georgios Pagon

The sandy beach at Agios Georgios in the north of the island is long and wide, particularly in the middle. Agios Georgios offers all the facilities you need like umbrellas and sunbeds to hire, water sports like jet skis, paragliding, banana boats, canoes and wind surfing.

Agios Stephanos

Agios Stephanos beach, sometimes called San Stefanos, is located on the north west corner of the island. The beach is over a mile long, has soft sand and shallow water making it perfect for little ones. Although pretty popular it never feels crowded.
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