Skiathos is the most westerly of the Greek Sporades islands, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the northwest Aegean Sea. There's something for everyone here, from abandoned medieval towns to top sunbathing locations, and most of all, there's amazing weather.
Temperatures rocket in June, frequently breaking the 30 degree barrier and dropping to just 20.5 degrees celsius overnight. Evenings are very pleasant, but sleeping may be a bit difficult for those not used to the warm weather. Rainfall drops further, with only 9.5mm expected during June. This makes it an ideal time for being out and about in Skiathos.
The TheodoraStudios complex comprises of 24 apartments designed to comfortably accommodate up to 3 guests. All apartments have a private balcony with a view over the property's garden, and free onsite parking is provided, making it an ideal choice for travellers with a rental car. Sports lovers missing out on the action will enjoy the hotel's bar showing sports 24/7. Studios cost from just £28 per night.
The Salt & PepperRestaurant in the Troulos area of Skiathos offers a mix of Greek and international cuisine in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. The Garden Bar attached to the eatery provides a nice location in which to enjoy a glass of wine or two in the lovely summer Skiathos evenings.
Sea temperatures begin to rise in June, so take advantage and head to the DolphinDivingCenter. The school operates out of a Nostos Beach location and is open from May to October. They're officially recognised by a number of diving associations including P.A.D.I and even offer P.A.D.I certification. There are dives for both beginners and the experienced, as well as for the little ones. Dives cost from £36 and include a fun underwater photograph as a cool holiday souvenir.