Skala

About the Experience

S kala is a stunning resort located 36 km southeast of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. The village has a population of 800 people, most of whom are involved in fishing and agriculture. It was constructed after a significant earthquake in 1953 that caused considerable devastation to the ancient village of Skala. However, the ruins of Old Skala still exist today. "Skala is famous for its natural beauty, unspoiled green landscape, and crystal-clear waters. The long beach lies just above the village, surrounded by beautiful pine tree forests and rock formations. Additionally, there are ruins of a Roman Villa, boasting magnificent 2nd-century B.C. mosaic floors. Being the biggest resort in the southern part of Kefalonia, Skala attracts tourists and Greek travellers every summer who enjoy a pleasant and relaxing vacation. Skala is entirely developed with its tourist facilities and water sports centre. It offers many hotels, restaurants, and shops, making it a popular summer destination.

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