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Using Hire car its easy to find and park, we went in mid afternoon which seemed to avoid the tourist coaches and was easy to park next to the cafe. Reasonably steep climb but all steps and should present no problem to rellatively fit travellers....More
If you have a rental car you will have no trouble driving down the winding road leading to this site which has become famous since Meryl Streep sang "The winner takes it all" to Pierce Brosnan in Mamma Mia 1. There is a small parking...More
Deffo worth a visit, the ascent is somewhat steep albeit there are handrails near the top.We went up on a windy day and I was fraught to say the least. The lower steps are where Meryl Streep ran up in her high heels- I would...More
A fabulous place and very unique. Luckily we climbed up to it and explored it before a boat full of tourists arrived. Since it has little space at the top, it’s a place to be soaked up with very few people.
don’t spend your time reading reviews...go for it, it’s a must.
Once from the main road you get in the smaller road to the chapel, just slow down and breath the scents of the flowers and the pines, and look at the paramount. Cliffs and...More
Have visited the chapel on the 27th of August.
As soon as you see the rock where the chapel is built you will not believe your eyes.
As soon as you go closer and closer you will ask your self how is this possible???
As part of a "Mamma Mia" trip I organised, I visited the church on the rock and wow! It's amazing to see the views from the church and to soak up the experience of being there. It's a long, hard trek up steep steps to...More
We drove here from Skopelos town by moped.
As you approach Glossa town by the main road - turn right at the petrol station - it is then about 4km over the mountain - lovely drive but no shops or services at all en route....More
If you are in Skopelos and not afraid too much of heights it's a must see. Even if you can't or won't go up the rocky staircase it's still spectacular to see from the other side. Just make sure your parking and manuvering skills are...More