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Travel Blogs from Skiathos
... of Pouri. You should have in mind though that the road down the hill is extremely steep and winding all the way down. At some point we thought the brakes caught fire!
I was so scared with the smell of the brakes at that time that I wanted to get back to the main road before it gets dark so I did not enjoy that outing very much.
Now that I see my photos and remember the wild beauty ...
THE OLD BRIDGE OF TSAGKARADA
Upon entering the village the very first day that we arrived in Tsagkarada I noticed the sign that says "Old Bridge". How could I leave without walking out here!
There is a trail that brings you down to the forest from the village but I thought to take the shortcut since I had nobody to come along.
This particular beach is one of my favourite.
It is secluded and is the kind of beach I like to swim in. Anyway, to come here we followed the road from Tsagkarada. The beach is 4km away from the main road and it goes downhill to the beach.
As we approach there is a sign that indicates that cars should come to a halt at the plateau, so we park the car and get to the beach on foot. ...
... noon and the priest has gone home. In the place where this church stands today there was a very old church which was destroyed 59 years ago by an earthquake.
MUSEUM: Several pieces of art of the sculptor Nicola are to be found in the manor by the square of the village. They are here since 1992. The phone is +30 24280 93100 and the Museum remains open from May until November.
The sandy beach of Koropi
The other name of the beach of Koropi is (Boufa) and it is considered the longest in all the region. A fine sandy beach, emerald waters where you can dive, sunbathe ...