Skopolos town

A few more snaps from the gorgeous whitewashed Skopolos Chora now.

The town extends up to the Kastro (castle) which is the perfect spot to grab a cool drink and enjoy the view out.

Skopolos town was designated a ‘traditional settlement’ in 1978 due to its beautiful character and authentic architecture that has remained relatively unchanged.

Houses are squeezed together cheek by jowl in the whitewashed jumble of streets.

The imposing white block of the Panagitsa of Pyrgos church dominates over the harbour.

You can spend many happy hours exploring the multitude of alleys that the chora has to offer.

Published by Derbyshire Gal

World traveller, proud auntie, bit of a liability.

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