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Vromolimnos

Vromolimnos beach has fine sand and offers everything you need for a day at the beach. Whether you want to have a go on the water sports like jet skis and banana boats or simply lie on the sun loungers topping up your tan and listening to the music from the taverna.

Kastro

Kastro beach is a small secluded beach on the northern tip of Skiathos island away from the more popular southern beaches. The taverna offers excellent sea food, Greek specialities and refreshments but there's no sun loungers or water sports.

Xanemos

Xanemos beach is around 300m long and really deep so even with 3 rows of sun loungers it doesn’t feel busy or crowded. Xanemos is a great option if you want to get away from the mass crowds and it’s just a short walk from Skiathos Town.

Kolios

Kolios beach is located on the north west corner of the Kalamaki peninsular which is down on the south coast it's a coarse sand beach with a single taverna that's not always open, there’s a couple of rows of sun loungers around the taverna but plenty of space too.

Xenia

Xenia beach in Skiathos also known as Ampelakia beach is a long sandy beach just west of Koukounaries. It's surrounded by pine trees which offer some much needed shade. Children will enjoy Ampelakia as it has soft sand that’s great for building sand castles.

Koukounaries

Koukounaries is probably the most popular beach in Skiathos, and with good reason, it’s a picture perfect beach with fine white sand, crystal clear water and pine trees lining the shore. Koukounaries beach has a good selection of water sports and tavernas.

Krifi Ammos

Krifi Ammos beach is found on the west coast, it's a relatively unknown and unspoiled beach, especially when compared to those on the south coast. The beach itself is just under 200m wide, there's rocks at both ends and the beach is backed by hills and trees.

Ligaries

Ligaries beach lies on the north coast of Skiathos. The beach is made up of mainly sand but with stones around the entrance to the sea. There’s a couple of rows of sun loungers around the middle of the beach but still plenty of room to simply lay out a towel.

Psarou

Psarou beach is a rugged stretch of sand on the north east coast. There’s no sun loungers or water sports so it’s a lot quieter than some of the other beaches in the area but it’s still a good option for families as the sand is good and the water is shallow.

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.
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