Which Maldives… Skopelos the best island in the world according to a famous blogger


Mamma Mia’s island named world’s best island – better than Bali, Maldives, Seychelles and Barbados islands, in famous and award-winning blogger’s list

Skopelos received an important international distinction in the first list announced after the conclusion of the recent international tourism exhibition WTM, which proposes the best island destinations in the world for 2023.

In fact, Mamma Mia’s island was voted the best island in the world – better than Bali, the Maldives, the Seychelles and the Barbados islands, on the famous and award-winning blogger’s list.

The results emerged after extensive on-site research by the award-winning “the most influential talent on the web” blogger Marta Ostoya who combined the new travel trends of the post-Covid era with the destinations presented at the major tourism exhibition in London.

According to the popular travel blog “Where Life is Great” – which is read by hundreds of thousands of couples and friends of the activities – the first place is occupied by Skopelos, followed by Tenerife, Sardinia, Procida, Iceland, Bali, Japan, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, the Seychelles, the islands of Barbados and Majorca.

Ostoya – who had visited Skopelos at the invitation of the municipality – says that with “the reputation of the greenest island in Greece, Skopelos inspires awe with its harmonious natural color palette but also with the abundance of quality options from hiking and cycling to diving , Mamma Mia tours, sea excursions to the pirates’ lairs and cooking of traditional cheese pie”.

It is also noted that an original collaboration between the Municipality of Skopelos and the culinary musical dance show Mamma Mia The Party in London was recently completed. “The messages we received at the WTM exhibition are encouraging. Despite the international crisis, interest in Skopelos remains high from tour operators and smaller agencies. All this time we have invested in themed tourist products that fascinate the traveling public and the international media, said the president of the municipality’s Tourism Committee, Ioanna Efstathiou.


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