greek island holidays, properties in greece, sell your property, buy a property, skopelos properties, pelion properties, alonissos properties, skiathos properties, greek island holidays, thalpos holidays
Real Estate agency in Greece and the Greek islands
Properties in Greece and the Greek Islands

Contact Us
Skopelos island,
Skopelos Town

Tel.: +30-24240-23057,

featured property
Imposing town house with yard located in the area of Kastro
2 bedrooms
2 Balconies and yard
The price for this property is 150,000

News & Updates
As you will see, our services are not only limited to the purchase of property but also to related property matters and can continue, if you wish, over future years.

Recommended for your holidays in Skopelos, Alonissos and Skiathos islands, offering exclusive villas with private pools, charming cottages, beach front properties, traditional houses and all travel arrangements.

Area Info
Fauna ...
The presence of the Mediterranean Seal (Monachus monachus), the rarest mammal in Europe, is exceedingly important. It is worth mentioning that it is in the sea of the Northern Sporades that the, arguably, most important seal population of the Mediterranean lives and breeds. The specialists who study the seal population in the area of the Northern Sporades have found that the shores of Skopelos constitute an important natural environment of the island.


The importance of certain biotopes and the appearance of very rare creatures such us the Mediterranean Seal, led the Greek state to decide to integrate areas of the island and, in particular, Mt Palouki and the north-eastern shores into the European network of important biotopes: “Natura 2000”. The aim is to protect the area while allowing for the mild form of development that is ecotourism, under the co-ordinating supervision of the local authorities of the island.

The Agean sea is home to many dolphins. You are most likely to spot them whilst sailing around the island.

In Skopelos we find a total of 98 species of birds, of which 42 nest on the island and 56 are migratory. Species of international interest, such as the rare gull (Laurus auduini) and others (35 different kinds) protected by the European law, are to be found here. Also very important are the colonies of black peregrine falcons (Falco eleonorae), which nest in the cliffs of the coast of Skopelos.