Loutraki is the second harbor of Skopelos and is 28 km from the town. It is the seaport of Glossa and one of the resort places on the island that in recent years has had rapid growth. At the entrance of the harbor there are the small islands of Stroggylo, Paximadi, Glaronisi and Dassia, which protect it from strong winds and make it safe for ships. Around the harbor the town of Loutraki unfolds. Near the beach, there are sources from which the village is supplied with water. At this location, the ruins of Roman baths also exist and on the west side of the town and up a hill you will see the ruins of the ancient acropolis of Selinountas.
Beautiful but relatively isolated and small sandy beach about 16 km northwest of the town of Skiathos, on the northwest coast of the island inside an opening to the north cove. The Holy Monastery of Panagia Eikonistra (Kounistra) is nearby and is worthy of a visit.
Isolated rocky beach with very few sand just below the famous medieval castle, from where it took its name, located about 13 km north of the town of Skiathos, on the north coast of the island, inside an opening of the northeast cove. At the top of the beach there is a café, a restaurant and a tavern.
Beautiful sandy beach located 8 km southwest of the city of Skiathos on the south coast of the island roughly 3 kilometers west of Platanias, on the way to Koukounaries in front of the homonymous tourist resort settlement. Due to its location, the beach is sheltered from north winds.
The beach of Xanemos, a beach with large pebbles, is situated some 3,5 kilometers northeastern to the town of Skiathos, within a cove, at the eastern coast of the island. It owes its name to the fact that it is totally open to the strong northern winds blowing in the area with very cold waters.
Being the first diving school operating on Skiathos since 1990, we can guarantee the best dives around the island. Due to the new diving law in Greece there are no restrictions in regard to the dive sites anymore, so diving is possible everywhere.