Skala


Skala is 37 km away from Argostoli, the capital city of Kefalonia, on the southern tip of the island and has about 760 residents.

It is one of the most touristic villages of the island and for this reason it has all kinds of touristic facilities of 5-star hotels to affordable apartments, many taverns and restaurants with local specialties, supermarkets, cafes, bars and clubs for your night entertainment and many tourist shops and car rental agencies.

What makes Scala unique is the endless, clean beach lying under a small pine forest. The biggest part of the beach is very well organized with umbrellas, cafeteria, showers and sea sports school and the other piece is for those who choose isolation and tranquility.

Located 12 km from Skala is the port of Poros, which connects the island with Kyllini and very near we will also meet and the fish village of Katelios in which the visitor will enjoy the food of the famous fish restaurants of the area.

Apart from the touristic interest, in Skala the visitor will have the opportunity to visit archaeological sites such as the Roman villa of the 3rd century AD with excellent mosaics, the ruins of the temple of Apollo from the 6th century BC and the cave of Sakkos with prehistoric findings.