The island of Skopelos has two main ports and an alternative ports:Main Skopelos PortPort of Loutraki, which is in the seaport village of GlossaPort Agnonta, used only in case of bad weather.COASTAL CONNECTIONCruisers type hydrofoils, flying cats and speed cats, as well as conventional and high-speed ships in 4 different ferry companies, connect the island of Skopelos with six different ports.CONNECTED
MONTHLY DATE HOLIDAYs TIMETABLEJanuary 1 New Year's dayJanuary 6 Theophany or EpiphanyJanuary 30 The Three Holy Hierarchs School holiday onlyFebruary 25 Saint Reginos Applies only to SkopelosMarch Ash Monday Date varies each yearMarch 25 Greek Independence DayApril Good Friday Date varies each yearApril Holy Saturday Date varies each yearApril Holy Easter Date varies each yearApril Easter Monday Date
Loutraki is the island's second port and the first the visitor will encounter on a ferry from Skiathos. It has some of the finest tavernas on the island, a splendid Byzantine church and tower, and the remains of Roman-era Selinous, in the vestiges of Roman baths and other structures still visible along the shore.
Glossa is the most striking town on Skopelos, sharing its architecture with the villages of the Pelion, but its views with no one, except perhaps Palio Klima: the breathtaking vistas of the Skopelos coastline, Skiathos and beyond can be seen from its restaurants, bars, squares and even streets. It is as old as Skopelos Town, but its history is overshadowed by ancient Selinous, which stood on a hill
Klima is more accurately two places, Palio (Old) Klima and Neo (New) Klima, also known as Elios. Palio Klima, off the road to Glossa, was largely razed by the 1965 earthquake, after which the inhabitants were moved to the sturdier ground of Neo Klima, also known as the port of Elios. Like its counterpart on Alonnisos, Patitiri, Elios was constructed to house those displaced by the earthquake. While