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Join a crop of well-heeled Europeans when you book holidays in Skiathos Town, the smart capital of upmarket Skiathos.
Fancy a sunshine break in Greece? Find out why Skiathos Town holidays could be the dream ticket…
The island of Skiathos is part of the Sporades group, a chain that dots the Aegean Sea off the east coast of mainland Greece. Together with neighbouring Skopelos, Skiathos took a starring role in the film “Mamma Mia!”, in which Meryl Streep battled with the gorgeous Greek backdrops to steal star of the show (some would say that she failed). The island oozes star quality, with its emerald hills, azure seas and dazzling whitewashed buildings, whose clean lines are broken here and there by blue doors and window shutters, or the hot pink of a bougainvillea. It is no wonder that this little Greek beauty has an army of fans who come here year after year.
Skiathos Town is the kind of place where sea-worn fishing boats bob gently alongside million-pound yachts and where swish cafes and bars sit shoulder to shoulder with traditional spots where elderly locals play cards.
Hotels in Skiathos Town are generally of the boutique variety: compact, chic and offering a host of great amenities such as swimming pools and friendly bars. Self-catering studios and apartments are also widely available. Luxury hotels and all-inclusive packages are more likely to be found on the outskirts of the main town and in coastal resorts in the south west of the island.
Cheap holidays to Skiathos Town are easier to come by outside of the busy summer months. Consider booking your trip in June or September to take advantage of the hot weather minus the crowds of July and August. If you want to be on the island at the height of summer, book well in advance to secure your stay or be patient and look for last-minute holidays to Skiathos Town.
To find your bargain break in Skiathos Town simply use the search tool on TravelSupermarket to compare a host of tempting deals. We can also show you low prices on extras, such as car hire in Skiathos.
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