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Perivoliou Beach Skopelos
Greece

Perivoliou Beach is one of the most poetic places one can visit on the island of Skopelos. The wild scenery makes you feel closer to nature and admire its presence.

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Uploaded: 06/09/2010
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Tags: skopelos; perivolou; perivoliou; mamma; mia; glossa; igreekislands; beach; aegean; sea; greece
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