If you choose Skyros for your summer holidays you will find the island "available" for swimming, good food, nightlife and fishing or spearfishing.
Carnival on Skyros include customs with roots deep in antiquity that cause awe even addiction for most. During the three days of Clean Monday, the island is flooded by people who participate in the custom of "the Old Man and the Correla" and the satirical performance of "Trata"
Easter in the overgrown Skyros will take you with the devotion of the ecclesiastical Sequences of the Holy Week and the intense celebration of the Resurrection with fireworks at the Agios Georgios Kastro Monastery
Swim in the countless and spotless beaches, organized or not, and enjoy the sunset with coffee at Atsitsa.
Visit the Folklore and Archaeological Museum as well as the prehistoric settlement at Palamari.
Welcome to the evening schedule of the ferry with music and sparklers in the café "Kavos".
Take a ride in the forest with a horse, walk to the mountains and have a boat tour of the island.
Take with you thyme honey, sage, handmade ceramics and wood carvings.
Taste the Skyrian goat, fresh fish, cheese products, thyme honey as well as local dishes such as fava, fried dough pie with honey or fresh sour cheese, lobster with spaghetti, fried pie with trachana and many more.
Visit the countless churches of the island and take part in the celebrations of their Saints from Spring to Autumn.
The following are indicative:
Agios Georgios Protector of the island (April 23rd) celebration at the Monastery of Saint George on Acropolis of Chora
Holy Spirit (50 days after Easter) celebration in the Holy Trinity at Nyfi
Agios Ermolaos (July 25th) free to go by boat from Molos to the islet that houses its church and the evening feast with dances and songs in the small square of Molos
Agios Panteleimonas (July 26th) feast at his church in the position of Marmaro above Pefkos
Assumption of the Virgin Mary (August 14th) feast to Panagia Meglou behind Linaria
Agios Mamas (September 1st) celebrations in Agios Mamas in Kalamitsa.