A member of the Spyrou Skopelos Experience hotel chain, the Rigas Hotel is open all year round and located in the island’s main town (Chora).
Over the past two years, remote work has gone from an emerging trend to a way of life for some people and companies. Working remotely became stronger in 2020 after the introduction of lockdowns and travel restrictions on a global level due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, this category of remote workers has become part of the new normality after Covid.
Recognizing the importance and high contribution to their economic status due to the arrival of digital nomads, Greece, as well as many other countries, adopted the appropriate conditions to cover the needs of this new group of “travelers”.
The Greek government in 2021 launched its Digital Nomad Visa through Law 4825/2021 (Government Gazette A’ 157/4.9.2021), offering motives and incentives to people who want to relocate their professional activities to Greece, adjusting the terms and conditions in a way to facilitate and make such a move feasible. (For the required documents and appointment for a visa, travelers should contact a Greek consulate or embassy.)
Rigas Hotel Skopelos welcomes digital nomads
“If you are a person who prefers small towns or islands, away from urban areas and who wants to combine work and nature, then Skopelos Island is the absolute destination because it has it all,” the management of Rigas Hotel said.
Built in an olive grove, in harmony with the architectural tradition of the island, the hotel lies just 400 meters from the town’s harbor.
“Rigas Hotel Skopelos is open all year round and is ready to welcome digital nomads to this emerald island.”
Check Rigas Hotel’s special offer for digital nomads on its website.