Skala Fourkas is the coastal settlement of Fourka. It’s an earthly paradise with pine and olive trees and vegetation of great diversity. A place where the sun shines on the sea and the hills are covered with pine. The beach has been awarded a blue flag and the sunset captures the eyes of the guests, with its rich colors blurring the horizon.
Apart from natural beauty, the touristic infrastructure is remarkable: apartments and rooms, hotels, fish taverns, bars, cafes, night clubs and commercial shops, will make your stay comfortable and pleasant.
In Skala Fourkas, nightlife has no limits. Exploration by the sea or in the woods around the village is a must.
A strange exhibit can be found at the central square of the village: an artillery gun of German origin from WW2, that was recovered from the sea bottom in 2011. On the beach you will find old fisherman’s cabins and an old fisherman’s storehouse. There is a mill where pine tree where pine barks used to be pulverized, in order to produce a dishing net paint. Fishing nets were made of cotton these days and this process of painting made them strongest. So, fishermen from other places came to Skala Fourkas to paint their nets too.