Skyros is an island in Greece, the southernmost of the Sporades, an archipelago in the Aegean Sea. Around the 2nd millennium BC and slightly later, the island was known as The Island of the Magnetes where the Magnetes used to live and later Pelasgia and Dolopia and later Skyros. At 209 square kilometres it is the largest island of the Sporades.
If you are seeking out an off the beaten track destination full of local experiences, the Greek island of Skyros can be ideal. The aerial footage shows the main and most organised beach on the island, the beach of Magazia, situated in the traditional area of Magazia. The picturesque capital of the island (Skyros) also known as Chora, is constructed amphitheatrically on the slopes of a hill. On the highest spot of Skyros town you can see its medieval castle and the Monastery of Saint George.