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Contact Skyros Holidays

telephone: +44 (0)1983 865566


Call, email or chat online and we will help you find your ideal Skyros holiday. 

We can also talk through your accommodation and travel preferences and make it all as easy as possible for you . . .

Current opening hours
Monday to Friday: 8.30am to 5.30pm


Michelle Parker

Michelle began working at Skyros head office, The Grange in the Isle of Wight, in 2011 and continues to work on a part-time basis in her role as Customer Service Manager. She lives locally in Shanklin having moved to the Isle of Wight from Bristol in 2007. She is a keen tennis player and regularly plays competitive matches for her local tennis club. Michelle has a wealth of knowledge about the holidays and can answer any questions you might have. 



Daniela Fumagall

Daniela moved to the Isle of Wight in 2014 after leaving Romania in 2004 to complete her work experience for her Travel & Tourism Degree. Now settled on the island with 2 children, she enjoys taking advantage of the lovely beaches and countryside the island has to offer. Having just started with Skyros in 2022, she is still finding her way but she is always happy to answer any questions you might have.

Rhona Donaldson

Rhona joined the team in Atsitsa in 2014. She now splits her time between managing Atsitsa in the summer and spending the winter at The Grange with a few visits back to her home in Edinburgh. Rhona’s passion is to explore, particularly outdoors in nature, and so she appreciates being able to split her time between three beautiful locations by the sea and have such a varied and exciting role that never gets dull! 


Christine Schulz

Christine set up The Grange in the Isle of Wight in 2004 together with Skyros co-founder Yannis Andricopoulos. The Skyros office relocated from London to The Grange in 2008 and later Christine became Managing Director for both Skyros and The Grange. Christine has a long association with Skyros including being a work scholar in Greece in the 1990s for three seasons and working in the London office. She has wide ranging business experience and an absolute passion for these extraordinary holiday experiences. 

The Grange by The Sea

+44 (0)1983 867 644

The Skyros office on the Isle of Wight is also home to The Grange. You can stay at The Grange on a bed & breakfast basis or come and enjoy a weekend course.

If you'd like to book with The Grange then call the dedicated line or email You can also book online at

The Grange
Eastcliff Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight PO37 6AA




Steven Berkoff - writer, theatre director and actor

It’s a remarkable book and it takes not only time to read it but even longer to absorb it. It’s certainly a feast for the senses and sometimes so rich for one’s tastes that I had to put it down and digest for a while. The English language, Yannis says, has never thrilled him… It has no music. It does not sing. Well, he writes like one intoxicated with the sound, breath and depth of English syntax.

His mastery of our native tongue is astonishing. I suppose being a foreigner, he was determined to learn it but not to beat it into submission. The Russian Nabokov was another virtuoso who wrote like he was conducting an orchestra. Bless my Oxford dictionary.

Yannis’ book is a fascinating confession of his life, highly informative and should be made required reading for a student of modern Greek history. He also writes with such love for his country and that communicates itself throughout. Few English writers write like him about their nation. Mostly they write about how ghastly it has become, how class ridden and how culturally stale. George Orwell even parodies it in ‘1984’, and Dickens in the horror of the workhouse. I too had a multitude of jobs going from pillar to post before before language saved me by allowing me to feast on it as an Actor, then eventually as a playwright. I could only sum up his work as Homeric, if that’s not too poncey a description.

His is a journey which seems to last a lifetime and one feels it is not yet finished. Sometimes I see overlaps in my life with what I have read in his.

I also gained so much reading his constant references to Greek mythology and saw how much it informs Yannis’ life. His knowledge of the ancient and mystic past is formidable and yet he references it with consummate ease as if he drank it with his mother’s milk.

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