Skala, one of the most popular and well organized Kefalonian settlements, is situated in the southern part of the island. It’s about 50 kilometers far from Argostoli and 40 kilometers from the airport. This small fishing village has grown up into a modern seaside town. There are restaurants, tavernas and cafés along the main street, leading up to a long sandy beach. Up in the hills behind the new town are the ruins of the old village, plus there are Roman ruins nearby – including a 7th-century BC Temple of Apollo. There’s some top-notch hiking too, like the coastal walk to Poros.
Skala, a small village which maintains its character, manages to combine tranquility and peacefulness with comfort and easy life in a clean and beautiful environment. Skala with its long sandy beach and luxuriant vegetation keeps on offering unforgettable holidays to all its visitors.