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Papanikolis Sea Cave

Papanikolis Cave is absolutely breathtaking! The combination of one of the world's largest sea caves, impressive stalactites, a secluded beach, and crystal-clear waters create an unforgettable swimming experience.


It's places like these that make exploring nature so exciting and rewarding. Have you had the chance to visit this incredible spot yourself?

St. John's church

The Holy Temple of Saint John the Baptist is part of an old monastery built on a pebble beach west of the island.


It no longer has excellent murals or architecture to display, but it has a long history since 1477. 

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Cyclops's Cave

The cave of Cyclops, at the bay of Kalopoulos, above the Spilia port, at 50m above sea level, is one of the three potential caves in Greece to verify the well-known Homeric myth.


The tradition states that Cyclops Polyphemus used it as a sheep shed.

Sunrise or Sunset from Fanari Beacon 

Enjoy the new day or the evening with the view of the endless horizon and feel the fresh sea breeze.

Tip: extra early swimming is always fantastic, and you will find the sea is surprisingly hot!

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Sundown @Stefani

We pride ourselves on our stunning sunsets, and there's no better place to see them than from Stefani at Spartochori.


It's one of our favourite photo shooting spots, and we can guarantee that the picturesque views will leave a lasting impression on you.

Sunken Airplane

The plane still lies in shallow water near the edge of the Vathy harbour and can be easily seen in most conditions. The remains belong to a light aircraft that crashed close to Maganisi around 1971. It's said that there were 6 Dutchmen on the plane (paparazzis), and they were flying over the island of Scorpio, taking pictures of the island and of the Greek Tycoon Aristotle Onassis and Jackie Kennedy Onassis. Mechanical failure forced them to ditch the small aircraft. The single-engine sank after a while. However, all the passengers got out safely while local fishing boats came to their aid. A local fisherman towed it into the port of Vathi two years later.

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Find your beach

Our island boasts some of the most beautiful, isolated beaches in the world. These beaches provide a zen-like atmosphere perfect for relaxation and reflection. These beaches are accessible only by boat, making your visit even more exclusive.


Here, you’ll find breathtaking emerald and turquoise waters, perfect for swimming, boating, or just soaking up the sun. A day spent on one of our isolated beaches is an unforgettable experience that should not be missed.

Scuba or Snorkelling

You can't miss the beautiful reefs and the diversity of underwater life.

In addition to the beautiful reefs, you can also expect incredible visibility, with an average distance of over 30m/98ft. Don't miss your chance to explore...

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Full Moon Swimming

The summer moons are bright; take your swimsuit and try a night swimming!

Night swimming under the summer moons creates such a magical atmosphere. The idea of the sea sparkling like silver with tiny stars sounds like something out of a dream.


It would be a truly unforgettable experience, connecting you with the beauty of nature in a special way. Have you had the chance to try night swimming like this before?

Fish feeding 

Take some bread and get to Fanari Beach early, around 8-9 AM. Stand in the middle of the beach, deep up to the waist, and throw tiny pieces of bread one by one.


Soon, you will be surrounded by hundreds of small fish; it's a unique opportunity for small kids to familiarize themselves with what's under the water. 

Fishes at Fanari Beach - Ψάρια στην παρα
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