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Is Alonissos a Greek island?

Is Alonissos a Greek island?

Known for its natural beauty and amazing beaches, Alonissos island is arguably one of the most beautiful Greek islands of the Sporades! The most picturesque island in Alonissos is Chora, the island’s capital.

Which are the Sporades islands?

The Sporades, which stretch out into the Aegean off Greece’s eastern coast, consist of 24 islands, but only four of these are permanently inhabited: Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos and Skyros. Skiathos is the most-travelled of the islands thanks to its international airport, and its fame lies mainly in its sandy beaches.

Where are the Sporades in Greece?

The Sporades islands are geographically located between the Greek mainland and the Greek islands of North-Eastern Aegean, almost in the center of the Aegean Sea.

How do you get to Greek Sporades?

Ferries. The main ports to the Sporades islands are the ports of Volos and Agios Constantinos, in central Greece. Ferries from these two ports go to the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos. Ferries to Skyros depart from Kymi, a small port town in Evia island.

Does Alonissos have an airport?

Getting to Alonissos The island doesn’t have its own airport, so to get there, you first have to fly to Skiathos, a neighbouring island in the west Aegean Sea. Then, it’s a two-hour ferry ride to reach the port in Alonissos’ biggest settlement – Patitiri.

How many people live on Alonissos?

Alonissos has a permanent population of around 3,000 people and is very green and tranquil. It offers many small, quiet beaches, wonderful walking opportunities and a rugged, natural landscape with many spectacular views.

Where is sporades located?

The (Northern) Sporades (/ˈspɒrədiːz/; Greek: Βόρειες Σποράδες, Vóries Sporádhes, [ˈvories spoˈraðes]) are an archipelago along the east coast of Greece, northeast of the island of Euboea, in the Aegean Sea. They consist of 24 islands, four of which are permanently inhabited: Alonnisos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros.

Which island is Mamma Mia filmed on?

island of Skopelos
In the original “Mamma Mia,” the Greek island of Skopelos played the fictional island of Kalokairi. But to shoot “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” filmmakers turned to the island of Vis, off the coast of Croatia.

Can you fly to Alonissos?

What is the population of Alonissos?

Alonnisos or Alonissos (population 2,750 in 2011) is the least touristed island in the Sporades Islands. It is 3 km (2 m) east of the island of Skopelos. Alonissos is also the name of a village on the island. The Municipality of Alonissos includes several other islands.

How long is Alonissos?

Despite its diminutive size, at just 14km long and 4km wide, Alonissos has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to beaches, most of which are to be found along the more secluded east coast and around the southern tip.