The settlement of Agnontas

Surrounded by dense forest, this charming fishing hamlet is located on the South-West side of the island, on the main provincial road which services all of the island’s beaches and settlements. Only 8 kilometers away from Skopelos town and harbor, it is easily reached via the local bus service. Occasionally, it is used as a second harbor when the weather is rough and the approach into the town’s harbor by hydrofoils and ferry boats gets difficult. It got its name from the runner Olympic winner Agnon, in 569 B.C. When the winner returned from Olympia, he landed at this port, which was named after him.

The beach of Agnontas

The eponymous, small and sheltered shingle beach – with calm sea and waterside taverns – enjoys scenic sunsets as it is facing directly west. Popular and crowded in the summer, it is ideal for families, and there is a mini-market open during the season. Transportation facilities are well organised and all destinations can be easily reached either by public bus or by taxi. If you visit the place with your own transport you will always find plenty of parking spaces on the long jetty, to the left side of the port.

APARTMENT no1, 3 guests, €40-70 /night

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MAISONETTE no3, 4 guests, €60-90 /night

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