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Q: tourist office in skopelos greek island ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: tourist office in skopelos greek island
Category: Sports and Recreation > Travel
Asked by: horseman-ga
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Posted: 25 Jun 2002 02:53 PDT
Expires: 25 Jul 2002 02:53 PDT
Question ID: 32804
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Subject: Re: tourist office in skopelos greek island
Answered By: angy-ga on 11 Jul 2002 02:10 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi !

Are you going to Skopelos ? It looks wonderful !

There does not seem to be a physical bricks and mortar tourist office
on the island with a website, but there are several websites with the
kind of information you would expect to find at a tourist office, and
links to online bookings.

Probably the best is:

This has links to accommodation, car and motorbike hire as well as
details of night life, walks, and a page o Greek recipes. There are
transport details, and a free Find-A-Relative-on-the-island Service

The municipality's own official site is at:

It looks comprehensive but it's in Greek, and the English translation
pages haven't been completed. There's a very good map, though, and a
display showing the current temperature (currently warm) !

seems to be in the process of development. There are some nice
photographs, and a page set up to promote the local shops, referred to
as "Enterprices". There are only three businesses listed there!

includes information on banks, transportation and the local
authorities, with phone numbers, should you require either the police
or the local tax office.

About local transport it says:

"The bus stop and the taxi rank are both at the quayside next to the
harbour, and from here you can journey out to the destination of your

The local bus service is pretty good, with busses running regularly,
according to the time table which you will also find there."


has some tempting pictures, and some details of the history and

Between them, these sites should provide you with most of whtat you
need, until you get there and can ask a local.

Have a great time.
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