THE FIRST GREEK SUBMARINE MUSEUM
2.500 years of history lying on the seabed in Alonissos island.
The first underwater museum has just embarking its journey in Alonissos island, where the visitors may explore an ancient shipwreck with 3.500 -4.000 wine amphorae as well, along with the wealth of marine life.
The sunken ship was an accidental discovery from a local fisherman in depth of 28 meter, in 1985.
It curried a precious cargo of uncounted amphorae plenty of the famous in ancient world “Mendaios wine” from Mendi, an αncient city of Halkidiki Peninsula, and from Peparithoς, that was the ancient name of Skopelos Island.
These two areas were very famous at the time for their wine.
The first Greek submarine museum has already detached important prices from the European Union, while has been presented to the public from top international media such as New York Times, Lonely Planet, Daily Mail, Travel & Leisure, BBC, CNN etc.
There is no way for someone to be at the area and not get to meet expect Alonissos another small paradise in Greece’s heart, Skopelos island!
The most “green” island in Greece, where the dense green forests blend with the deep blue of the sea, creating a magnificent sight of natural beauty.
That is why the island of Skopelos was officially recognized as a Green and Blue island from the International Biopolitics Organization.
Dive into unknown tales and discover 2.500 years of history