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Food and Drink
Restaurants & Tavernas
Visitors will discover high quality dining establishments throughout the island that cater to all tastes and requirements. From traditional Greek tavernas to more modern dining experiences, Skopelos can provide something for every palate.
Our vibrant culture and heritage is often showcased during the holiday season and visitors can expect to enjoy traditional music and dance at many of our restaurants and tavernas. For those who wish to enjoy their privacy and dine at home, Skopelos has many takeaway/ food delivery service options.
Many restaurants are able to provide for specialised dietary requirements and have a variety of options for vegetarian or vegan diners. Please feel free to ask your waiter for more information.
A full list of bars, cafes and restaurants will soon be available on this page so please check back regularly.
Cafes & Bars
Whether you want to relax with a coffee and enjoy the summer breeze or dance the night away and indulge in a cocktail or two, Skopelos has plenty to offer.
Our ports are lined with cafes of every kind which can cater to couples, families or large groups who wish to sit in the shade and enjoy the beautiful harbour views. We also have a large number of clubs and bars that open late and provide a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments.
Many of our beaches include beach bars/ cafes with servers who will bring snacks and drinks straight to your beach lounger.
We ask all our visitors to drink responsibly and respect the residents of the island while enjoying the vibrant Skopelos nightlife. For more information about Skopelos food and drink options, please visit our friends at www.Skopelosweb.gr
Many of our visitors prefer to provide their own meals and enjoy their chosen rental accomodation in privacy and Skopelos has plenty of options for those who wish to self-cater. Apart from the large supermarkets available in and around Skopelos Town (Chora), there are many small grocery stores, butchers and fishmongers available to shoppers.
Fresh fish is also available straight from the fishermen who moor their boats in the main ports of Skopelos Island (just be ready to get their early!). Visitors can also find independent vendors of many local products such as cheese, honey and vegetables by asking at local restaurants and cafes for contacts.
"A life without feasts
is like a long road
Democritus, 470-370 BC