The Sporades islands group lies off the eastern shore of mainland Greece and consists of 11 islands of which only 4 are inhabited: Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonnisos and Skyros.
These Greek islands are characterized by dense vegetation and mountainous terrain and are world known as some of the bluest and cleanest seas one will ever come across and experience.
Each of these has its own beauty and charm and has something unique to offer the visitor.
Alonissos is one of the most beautiful and authentic islands of the Sporades and is the ideal destination for those who are searching for peace and relaxation.
The island is covered by dense vegetation and is mostly known for the incredible beaches in clean crystal emerald waters it offers.
The waters are considered as the cleanliness of the Aegean.
Skopelos is part of the Northern Sporades and it is located between Skiathos and Alonissos.
It is a beautiful Greek island which attracts thousands of tourists every year.
It became very popular due to the Mamma Mia movie but it is known better for its beautiful beaches with their clean crystalline waters, surrounded by pine trees forests and also for the charming capital, built amphitheatrically in the heart of a bay, composed of whitewashed houses with tiled roofs in narrow alleys and stairs.
Skiathos is a very green island covered by a thick pine forest and considered as a protected environment.
It is located between Skopelos and Volos Town.
The Greek island of Skiathos is very popular and can get really crowded during July and August by people attracted by the wonderful long and golden sandy beaches of the island which are boarded by trees and have crystal-clear waters.
It is one of the most well-organised Greek Islands and has all the tourist facilities needed.
Skyros is a small yet picturesque island that belongs to the Sporades complex.
It is known for its lush green landscape, its trekking paths among pine forests and its isolate beaches.
The villages of Skyros are lovely and there are plenty of sites to see on the island.