Glossa is in Skopelos.

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Agnanti Café and Restaurant

Established 1953, serves dishes like sea fennel salad, steamed octopus marinated in vinegar and crisp pork belly dressed with sweetish mustard sauce. Current owners Stamatis and his son Nikolas still provide some of the best food and wine on the island. The cooking is lighter and finer than in the hearty tavernas of Skopelos. Sponsored and Approved by EC.

DRINK   —  +30 24240 33076 —  Glossa Skopelos

Glossa Houses

A group of six holiday homes for short-term rental in various parts of Glossa and Loutraki; self-catering studios, apartments, cottages and villas, many with waterfront views.

SLEEP   —  +30 24240 34295 —  Map

Pansion Platana

Double or twin rooms (two people) with small kitchenette, A/C, TV, ceiling fans, bathroom, balcony view, WiFi access. Patio. At edge of town.

SLEEP   —  +30 24240 33188 —  Map


Opened in 2004 and is run by the friendly husband and wife team, Eva and Nektarios. It offers nice view and good food.

EAT   —  Map

Aegean Wave Hotel

Waterfront hotel with patio restaurant and bar in the centre of the ancient city Selinountas, now known as Loutraki.

SLEEP   —  +30 24240 33700 —  Loutraki

Villa Yiali

One-bedroom rental house, sleeps three. Private pool villa with views of the Aegean and neighbouring Skiathos.

To Steki Tou Mastoras Taverna

Local specialities, casual.

EAT   —  Map

About Glossa

'''Glossa''' sits high on a hill on the northwest side of Skopelos, the opposite end from main Skopelos town. It gazes across the sparkling Mediterranean sea to Skiathos and down to the peaceful harbour of Loutraki. Glossa is still an area that appears to have not yet been discovered by mass-tourism and with it’s steep cobbled alley-ways, flanked by traditional houses, trailing bougainvillea and firmly-adhered-to siesta, you will delight in this truly Greek experience.


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