Skopelos Car hire

Although there is a bus service on the island, connecting Skopelos town with Glossa town, and stopping at the main beaches on the South coast, hiring a car or a moped will give you much more freedom - you won’t have to keep checking your watch to make sure you don’t miss the last bus back! It also means that you will be able to spend time exploring the wonderful interior of the island, go to see the monasteries on the hillside opposite Skopelos town, and the beaches on the North east coastline (see Beaches page) for more information.

Another bonus is that it means that you can venture further afield in the evenings for eating out-for example an evening meal out in one of the restaurants in Glossa will give you the opportunity to enjoy the sunset behind Skiathos, or if you eat at one of the tiny fish taverns at Agnondas you can watch the fishermen preparing their boats before heading out to sea for the evening.



Group A (e.g. Hyundai i-10 or similar)
Group B (e.g. Citroen c2 or similar)
Group C (e.g. Citroen c3 or similar)
Group D (e.g. Suzuki Jimny or similar)

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General tips on renting a car/moped:
  • Booking for a longer period of time means that you will get a better rate.
  • Check that you have the right license in order to be able to rent a car: EU citizens of the European Union can use their own licenses for driving in Greece. Other nationals should have an International Drivers License. if you are renting a moped you must have a separate motorcycle license from their home countries, and not just your ordinary driver's license which was previously all that was sufficient to get you on the back of a bike in Greece.
  • Wearing a seat belt in a car and a helmet when driving a moped is obligatory by law in Greece. The police are often carrying out spot checks and will impose a fine if you are not wearing your seatbelt/helmet.
  • Take very good care when driving on Skopelos’ roads-most are narrow and very windy. Greek drivers do tend to drive very fast and so be vigilant at all times.
  • Although driving a moped can be great fun and parking even in high season is very easy, do take extra care, especially on unmade roads.
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