You will depart from the port of Skopelos and sail around the nearby island of Peristera, west of Alonissos.

Peristera is an uninhabited island. Underwater archaeological research has unearthed an ancient shipwreck as well as a number of other finds that reveal that the Sporades islands have always been an important sea route since ancient times. There are many caves around the island where Mediterranean monk seals live safely.

If you are lucky enough, you will see seals and dolphins. During your trip, you will have the chance to pass through the “Two Brothers” rock islands before arriving in the idyllic Alonissos. First you will stop at “Leftos Gialos” beach, which is a beautiful beach with pebbles, clear waters and fresh water. Here you will have enough time to swim and enjoy the sea and the sun.

We will return to the boat where you can have your lunch and taste Greek dishes and salads. After lunch, you will head to Patitiri, the port of Alonissos, where you will have free time to wander around and enjoy a drink or visit the Alonissos Museum, a four-storey building close to the port of Patitiri. In addition to historical items belonging to Alonissos, the museum also includes weapons and items used by Aegean Sea pirates in the early days. At the end of your visit to the island, you will return to the port of Skopelos.


  • Day cruise
  • Lunch

Meeting point

Aegean Sea, Greece

Port of Skopelos.