Arriving on Alonissos with the ferry or the hydrofoil, one disembarks
in Patitiri. Patitiri was chosen to be the main Port because is a natural harbour.
It took its name from the old wine pressures (Patitiria) that used
to exists, from when Alonissos was a red wine produser island.
Patitiri became the main town of the island accomodating the facilities
of life, today. Someone can find lots of places to stay and taste our delicious
sea food snacks.
Further to the North we meet the next two fishing villages, Rousoum
located at two charming bays, one after the other. Continuing to the North, one
finds many wonderfull beaches to swim such as: Milia
Chrisi Milia, Tzortzi - Yialo, Lefto - Yialo e.t.c.
The visitor can reach the beaches either by land or by sea, using
cars or small taxi - boats which do these tours.
Leaving Patitiri and taking the main road, leading West, after 3 km.
you come to the old village of Alonissos. For those who love walking, there is
the old donkey path, which takes you from the port to the old Alonissos within