In the northern part of Skiathos, just below the old town, also known as Kastro, the homonymous beach is located. Combine your visit to this beach with a walk on one of the most important monuments of the island, which served as the refuge for the locals, approximately five centuries ago.
Cool off in the sparkling blue waters of the sea and enjoy the view of the imposing rock with Kastro standing tall behind you. The beach can be reached by sea with itineraries departing daily from the port of Chora. There is also a road that takes you up to a point by car and then you will have to continue on foot for a while.