Traditionally Greek with great family entertainment
Holidays in Skala have a fantastic selection of water sports to enjoy from paragliding, jet skiing and pedalos to snorkelling, surfing and wake boarding. No holidays to Skala would be complete without a trip in a glass bottom boat where you can discover the rugged coastline and underwater marine life. Boat trips are also available to the islands of Poros and Ithaka.
The evening entertainment can be found in and around the narrow streets of the resort where there are plenty of cafes and Greek tavernas enabling you to simply sit, relax and people watch. Throughout this pretty village there’s an abundance of restaurants to choose from with traditional and international menus overflowing with mouth watering dishes all washed down with a shot or two of Ouzo. Bars and tavernas play live music and some have family entertainment.
On the outskirts of the resort is an open air nightclub where you can dance the night away. Mini markets and craft shops are scattered throughout the resort making sure you have all your essentials when you holiday in Skala. There is a broad range of accommodation from simple self catering apartments, small hotels offering bed and breakfast and half board to luxury all inclusive hotels. You can book your Skala holidays online at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
– The remains of the Roman villa were accidentally discovered in 1944 by the owner of the land in which it was found. Excavations started in 1957. The villa belonged to a wealthy Roman in the 3rd century AD. The stunning mosaic floors depict an altar with a sacrificial bull, a ram and a boar and a man about to kill the bull.
– Potamaki Beach is a haven for the rare loggerhead turtles, and this has now been declared a conservation area. Night time ‘turtle watches’ are organised for those who wish to observe the creatures without threatening their survival.