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Sporades are an archipelago nestled relatively close to  the east coast of central Greece and surrounded by the Aegean Sea. They consist of 24 islands, four of which are permanently inhabited: Alonnisos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros. The landscape, so much different than the rocky arid beauty of Cyclades, is a feast of greenery with pine cladded slopes cascading into the sea, dramatic cliff drops and intimate small coves scented with lemon and orange essence.  Sporades can only be really explored by boat as the mountainous nature of the islands prevents access to most bays.  There is magic in the atmosphere with white washed villages nestled in the steep slopes leading to intimate but vibrant ports.

There is nothing more care free than a sailing holiday on skippered boat.  The Sporades islands being nestled close to each other enhance this experience by providing relatively short sailing hours with maximum change of scenery.  Each one of them has its own unique character: Skiathos is buzzing in a gentle undulating landscape of hills an golden sandy beaches.  Skopelos is dramatic and rocky with pine forests cutting into the sea.  Alonisos is tranquil.  Here time stops and allows the spirit to recharge and the brain to reboot. 

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