The Mythos is in a hidden away spot that provides you with plenty of peace and tranquillity. But, you’re still close to the shops, bars and restaurants of Troulos.

There’s a rectangular pool that’s perfect for swimming, and drinks come courtesy of a pool bar that stays open until late. It’s a great place for a pre-dinner drink.

From your lounger, you can look out onto a curtain of trees and listen to the local wildlife as you relax and unwind.

Overview of Troulos

Skiathos is a small island with a green landscape. Down on the front, the beaches are backed by pine trees. There are also plenty of coves that offer privacy and seclusion.

On a holiday to Skiathos, you won’t get the same hustle and bustle as you do in many of Greece’s most popular islands, but it’s a great spot for a relaxing holiday in the sunshine. Plus, the island’s small enough to explore on your break. So, from your base at the Mythos, you can easily reach Skiathos Town, Achladies Bay and Koukounaries.

Things to do in Skiathos

The Mythos might be in a tranquil location, but you’re still within walking distance of all the main attractions.

For an evening meal, the shops, restaurants and bars of Troulos are only 200 metres away. Many of these are traditionally Greek, but world cuisine is also available if you fancy a favourite from back home. The town’s home to many British expats, and they’ve left their stamp on the cuisine.

Within a 10-minute walk, you can also reach the beach. It’s pristine and manned by lifeguards, so children can paddle safely.

A small island with plenty of personality, Skiathos has plenty for savvy holidaymakers looking for a break in the sunshine.

Resort Summary

Troulos is the second-largest resort in Skiathos, but it still has a small town feel and tight-knit community atmosphere. This traditional village is set amidst a stunning landscape, with a beautiful white sand beach and flourishing greenery around the town. Everything is within walking distance here, and you’ll have no problem getting from your hotel room to the beach, restaurants or the supermarkets. Visitors come to Troulos to cash in on the gorgeous surroundings, its pine tree forests and idyllic olive groves. This stress-relieving haven will not only help you connect with nature, but also to a simpler way of life.