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Big Banana

Big Banana beach is one of the most well known and popular beaches on Skiathos. It has tightly packed rows of luxury sun loungers in the middle of the beach, water sports are available and music plays to entertain beach goers throughout the day.

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.

Megali Ammos

Megali Ammos is a narrow beach just outside Skiathos Town at bus stop 4. It's easily walk-able from the Town and for that reason it can get very busy in the high season. There are tavernas and water sports, the water is crystal clear and the sand is soft and golden.

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.

Tsilivi

Tsilivi is popular with families and couples and this means the beach is also busy. Luckily it's over a kilometre long so there’s plenty of space for everyone, it's sandy and a regular recipient of the international Blue Flag award for its cleanliness.

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.

Navagio

Navagio Beach, known also as Shipwreck Beach or Smugglers Cove is one of the most photographed beaches anywhere in Greece. This picturesque beach with stunning azure waters, high cliffs on all sides and a shipwreck on the beach is certainly beautiful and unique.

Porto Zorro

Porto Zorro beach is down in the south east corner of Zakynthos just 11km from the capital. There’s a ton of sun loungers, 3 or 4 rows that are quite tightly packed in. There’s so many that they cover most of the eastern side of the beach, with the western end left clear.

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.

Banana

Banana beach is over 500m long before it merges into Ionio beach, it's also up to 80m deep in places so it's a huge expanse of gorgeous soft sand that's perfect for families with youngsters who want to play in the sand, build castles or dig holes.
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