Skiros - General Info

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Description:

This is the most easterly of the Northern Sporades islands. The southern half is rugged and wooded but the northern half is more cultivated. Burial place of the poet, Rupert Brooke.

The main port is Linaria, midway down the south-west coast.

Entrance Notes and Cautions:

The ferry from the mainland arrives in Linaria at approx. 1900 most days and is a major event. The port area becomes busy for 10 to 15 minutes before and after the ferry docks. A bus meets the ferry for transport into the main Chora.

Position:  

38° 50.59′ N, 024° 32.15′ E (Linaria harbor)

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  1. August 28, 2020 at 1:23 PM
    itwsaltyd0g says:

    Have berthed here a couple of times in the past few years. Harbour staff very welcoming. Water, power, wifi part of the mooring fees. Shore showers etc just across the quay were clean and well maintained when we were there last. There are 3 or 4 family run taveras, a couple of bakeries and small “supermarket. The ferry from the mainland arrives around 1900 most days and is a major event. The port area becomes busy for 10 /15 minutes before and after the ferry docks. A bus meets the ferry for transport into the main Chora.