Cape Amarandos

Cape Amarandos

Amarandos is a rocky cape which, along with Agios Ioannis Kastri, has become the symbol of Skopelos with the photos of two lonely trees sticking out of a sea cliff. The cape is located on the southwest coast of the island and reachable via dirt road near Agnontas. The road is in a good condition, suitable for all types of vehicles. You can leave your car right in front of the cape and then you have to continue on foot but it is a short walk through the trees.

A long and narrow canal exists on the place where the cape connect with the land and locals call it "piscina", meaning "the pool", because its deep blue waters are always calm and the color reminds very much of a swimming pool.

highlights: one of the symbols of Skopelos, nature in Skopelos, Sporades Islands, Greece

Photos from Cape Amarandos
Cape AmarandosGlowing rocks at sunsetThe famous trees at sunsetJust before sunsetThe cape at sunsetA small swimming poolRoad to Amarandos from AgnontasPiscina (the swimming pool)Piscina (the swimming pool)The famous treesThe cape just before sunsetSunset over Amarandos capeView to Agnontas bayThe cape at sunsetParking place - leave your vehicle here
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Address: Skopelos, Sporades Islands, Greece
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