Skopelos - Staphylos - Valanio

Starting from the town of Skopelos, you walk about 700 meters on the main asphalt road leading to Stafylos. 

Before you reach Tarsana, turn left walking on a small dirt road. Crossing an area with olive groves, you reach an intersection. Continue right and in just a few minutes you meet a new junction where you go right and left on the left. From now on the road is straight. On your left you will find the chapel of Oasis Peace of Chrysovalantos and after ten minutes of walking, the picturesque chapel of Agios Panteleimonas. 

There are tree-filled holly and old maple trees along with several cypress trees. Continuing the road from the chapel of Ag. Panteleimonas and after passing some tall pine trees, you reach the intersection with the main asphalt road. From here you go down to the beach of Stafylos. You cross the beach and you reach the cape, where there is an archaeological site with remains of Mycenaean buildings. 

From the cape downhill a small and steep path to Valanio beach. 

In Staphylos and in Valanio nesting egg whales and other seabirds, if you are lucky you may see flying. The coastal area of ​​Palouki near Valanios is one of the most important areas of life for the endangered Mediterranean monk seal in the Northern Sporades. If you notice some move away without being annoyed. nesting gulls and other seabirds, if you are lucky you may see flying. The coastal area of ​​Palouki near Valanios is one of the most important areas of life for the endangered Mediterranean monk seal in the Northern Sporades. If you notice some move away without being annoyed. nesting gulls and other seabirds, if you are lucky you may see flying. The coastal area of ​​Palouki near Valanios is one of the most important areas of life for the endangered Mediterranean monk seal in the Northern Sporades. If you notice some move away without being annoyed.