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Skopelos (Greek: Σκόπελος) is the main town on the island of Skopelos. The island is located east of mainland Greece, northeast of the island of Euboea and is part of the regional unit of the Sporades in the region of Thessaly. It has a port and a small heliport.
In island legend Skopelos was founded by Staphylos (Greek for grape), one of the sons of the god Dionysos and the Princess Ariadne of Crete. Historically, in the Late Bronze Age Skopelos, then known as Peparethos, was colonized by Cretans who introduced viticulture to the island. In antiquity, the ancient city of Peparethus or Peparethos (Ancient Greek: Πεπάρηθος) was located on the site of Skopelos town. Peparethus was a member of the Delian League. The ancient city suffered from an earthquake during the Peloponnesian War (426 BCE). In 207 BCE, Philip V of Macedon sent a garrison to the city of Peparethus, to defend it against the Romans; but he destroyed it in 200 BCE, that it might not fall into the hands of the latter.