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Skyros island, Greece

Greek village life at night

Just walking through the cobbled main street in the evening is such a delight.

Home to our holidays for more than forty years, Skyros island is one of the lesser known Greek islands and has managed to retain its essential character, traditions and daily life. 

Soak up the atmosphere and admire the local embroidery, ceramics and woodcarvings. Take home special treats of Skyrian wild honey, herbs, locally-made cheese, delicious sweets and fine quality local wine.

Take a holiday with Skyros this summer, meet likeminded people and enjoy a wide variety of courses and activities including writing, yoga, comedy, kayaking, dance, music, mosaics and more. See what's on next here:


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