Carnival: A trio of masquerades consisting of the "old man", the "karela" and the "franc", which come to the streets of Chora per unit, give with their presence a ton of joy and mysterious grandeur.
Ancient quarry: The ancient quarry is located in Purria. There you will see the impressive rocks standing in the sea and the ruins of the ancient quarry.
Folklore Museum of Manos Faltaic: Created by the founder of Manos Falatias, in order to save the traditional heritage of Skyria
Archaeological Museum: The Archaeological Museum with remarkable exhibits, mainly vases and finds dating back to 2500 BC. until the Classical era. You will also see Sky House representation.
Monastery of St. George: Monastery of St. George Skyros, was founded several years after 1016 and well before 1447, probably in the middle of the 13th century.
Chora: This is a beautiful city, with its traditional architecture, its own identity and a character that captivates anyone who initiates it.
Tomb of English poet Brook: In the place of Agia Triada, very close to the port of Trikes Boukes, where the English-French fleet was buried on 23 April 1915 by the great philhellene.
Agalipa Beach Shipwreck: Very close by boat but very hard on foot, there is Agalipas beach with pebbles and thick sand where is also the wrecked ship.
Atsitsa: Atsitsa beach is considered to be the most picturesque beach of Skyros. It is a small pebble beach with pebbles and sand
The Castle of Chora: The castle served for the safety of the Skyrians during the centuries, in which the monastery of Saint George is built