Small traditional Greek that sits beneath the town of Glossa on a tall hill which can be spotted a long way out to sea. The sun sets over Skiathos to the west - which is great to watch from the beach, with a cocktail in hand.
the harbour is home to ferries and hydrofoils, so keep a look out for them when entering and exiting the harbour and avoid going in the harbour when the ferry is manoeuvring.
Moor: anchor and tie back to the N or S of the pontoon; depths are shallow to the N so take care as it is difficult to get enough chain out. Mainly good holding on muddy sand. Take a torch ashore with you in the evenings as the path from the pontoon is unlit. A charter company use the quay so it can be busy at changeover times (normally weekends).
Anchor: in the SE of the harbour. Good all round shelter once you are secure.
Ashore: a few local tavernas in the village. The Flisvos Taverna, run by (the very friendly) Yianni is well worth a visit for fresh fish.
Don't miss: a 30 minute walk, or a 10 minute taxi ride, will take you to Glossa. Glossa offers some finer dining opportunities with views of Skiathos Island.