Our diving and sailing area

Skopelos (the island that famous movie “Mamma Mia” filmed) was chosen as our diving base because of its tremendous natural beauty, the position that it holds among the other islands of the N. Sporades archipel, and the variety of diving sites that are easily accessible from the coast or by boat.

With our diving speed boat we reach every diving site from Skopelos to Northern Evia and Pagasitikos Gulf, according to your diving demand and weather conditions. Some of the locations that are worth going diving, snorkeling and sailing are:

  • – the three main Islands Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos
  • – the smaller Pelagos or Kira Panayia
  • – the uninhabited islands of Peristera, Skantzoura, Yioura and Psathoura,
  • – Pagasitikos Gulf and the coasts of Pelion Peninsula.

Skopelos lies on the edge of the National Marine Park of Alonissos Northern Sporades, one of the biggest marine parks, for the protection of seals Monachus – monachus. Download this brochure to learn more about the marine park.

Since diving throughout the Greek Archipelago has only recently (2005) been allowed by the local law, there are hundreds of unexplored locations offering an enormous field for Scout diving. In addition, diving underwater archeological places are going to operate in the near future.

Meteorological conditions

Ideal months for diving and sailing: from April to October.
During these months Greek seas are considered ideal for both scuba diving and snorkeling due to appropriate temperature and clarity of the water. Sailing conditions are also less demanding with milder winds and seas.

Summer average air temperature: 22.5 oC
Summer average water temperature: 23.3 oC
Average Visibility: 18.6-31m inside water
Coldest Period: November to March
Hottest Period: April to October

Some wind statistics are displayed below:

Click here for weather forecast information for Skopelos.

Port authorities

  • – Skopelos Port Authority: +30 2424022180


  • – Skopelos Port
  • – Loutraki (Glossa port)
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