Hotels in Skyros

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Skyros
28 May — 29 May2
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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Skyros:S$ 120/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 48/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Sunday
S$ 62 - S$ 238
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 66 - S$ 219
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Skyros, Sporades

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Skiros Palace Hotel
8.3 Excellent
Girismata Kampos, Skýros, Greece
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2.8 km from city centre,  

Skiros Palace Hotel is situated on Skyros and provides 4-star facilities as well as outdoor tennis courts and free Wi-Fi. It also offers a kids pool, a kids club and an outdoor pool.

S$ 91
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Perigiali Hotel
9.4 Excellent
Magazia, Skýros, Greece
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0.8 km from city centre,  

Set within the picturesque parkland of Molos, Perigiali Sporades provides comfortable accommodation and a full range of facilities, including 24-hour room service, an outdoor pool and a sun deck. It also offers massage services, a coffee bar and a playground.

S$ 104
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Hotel prices in Skyros

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Perigiali Hotel
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Perigiali Hotel

Magazia, Skýros, Greece

9.4 Excellent
S$ 104

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4 stars +
Skiros Palace Hotel
#1 most popular

Skiros Palace Hotel

Girismata Kampos, Skýros, Greece

8.3 Excellent
S$ 91

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Skyros

About Skyros

Forming part of the Sporades archipelago, Skyros is a relaxed Greek island ideal for nature lovers. Its rugged coastline boasts idyllic beaches and sea-carved caves, while whitewashed Chora is home to a centuries-old monastery and a well-preserved Venetian castle.

Things to do

Watching over Chora is a Byzantine castle, which was built to protect the island from pirate attacks. Nestled below the castle is the Monastery of Agios Georgios, a 10th-century building dedicated to Skyros’s patron saint. Step inside to admire the preserved frescoes and wooden iconostasis, then soak up the elevated views across the town.

Animal lovers shouldn’t miss a visit to one of Skyros’s farms, where the unique Skyrian horse can be seen. They were first introduced to the island in the 8th century BC and are comparatively short due to the limited food available in their surrounding environment. At the Skyrian Pony Centre, you can learn about their unique characteristics and how they were tamed by local farmers.

Spend your days relaxing on one of Skyros’s beautiful beaches, all of which boast crystal clear waters that are ideal for swimming. You can settle in on the white sands of Magazia, which stretches to the south of Skyros Town, or head further north to ever-popular Molos Beach. More secluded is pebbly Agios Fokas, where you’ll find a traditional taverna serving meals and drinks throughout the day.

Getting around

Skyros Island National Airport has regular flights from Athens and Thessaloniki, with the airport around 20 minutes’ drive from Skyros Town. Ferries connect from Kymi on the east coast of Evia Island to Skyros. Kymi is around 2.5 hours’ drive from Athens and accessible by local buses. Taxis and rental cars are the main means of getting around Skyros.

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Forming part of the Sporades archipelago, Skyros is a relaxed Greek island ideal for nature lovers. Its rugged coastline boasts idyllic beaches and sea-carved caves, while whitewashed Chora is home to a centuries-old monastery and a well-preserved Venetian castle.

Things to do in Skyros

Watching over Chora is a Byzantine castle, which was built to protect the island from pirate attacks. Nestled below the castle is the Monastery of Agios Georgios, a 10th-century building dedicated to Skyros’s patron saint. Step inside to admire the preserved frescoes and wooden iconostasis, then soak up the elevated views across the town.

Animal lovers shouldn’t miss a visit to one of Skyros’s farms, where the unique Skyrian horse can be seen. They were first introduced to the island in the 8th century BC and are comparatively short due to the limited food available in their surrounding environment. At the Skyrian Pony Centre, you can learn about their unique characteristics and how they were tamed by local farmers.

Spend your days relaxing on one of Skyros’s beautiful beaches, all of which boast crystal clear waters that are ideal for swimming. You can settle in on the white sands of Magazia, which stretches to the south of Skyros Town, or head further north to ever-popular Molos Beach. More secluded is pebbly Agios Fokas, where you’ll find a traditional taverna serving meals and drinks throughout the day.

Getting around Skyros

Skyros Island National Airport has regular flights from Athens and Thessaloniki, with the airport around 20 minutes’ drive from Skyros Town. Ferries connect from Kymi on the east coast of Evia Island to Skyros. Kymi is around 2.5 hours’ drive from Athens and accessible by local buses. Taxis and rental cars are the main means of getting around Skyros.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Skyros?

    You can find several places worth visiting in Skyros. Skýros is the most popular amongst our users.

  • What are the best hotels in Skyros?

    Lykomides is a very popular hotel in Skyros, with a score of 9.5 from 103 reviews. Skiros Palace Hotel (8.3 from 90 reviews) and Ammos Hotel (9.1 from 86 reviews) are also highly rated Skyros hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.