Glossa Village : Glossa is situated on the north west side of the island, just above Loutraki harbour and in an altitude of 300m. It is 25,4km from Skopelos town. Typical and tranquil village with traditional houses, not very popular and with lovely sunsets.

The area has a lot of springs. The villagers cultivate almonds, olive trees, prunes and vineyards. The community of Glossa had a breed of sheep which could drop 3 to 4 lambs and which was renowned for the quality of its wool. Many caiques are still involved in offshore fishing, and this has become an extremely popular pastime in Glossa.

Sunset in Glossa.

Glossa vilage above Loutraki harbour.

In Glossa area they have found traces of human habitation date back to the Palaeolithic era. They are made up of huddled groups of dwellings on the sea front, surrounded by walls and some arable land. Many centuries passed before a civilisation was built named Selinus in the Glossa region, and they were located near to the present sites.

According to the last census in 2011, Glossa village had 1.030 inhabitants.

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