Skala is on the island's northeastern coast and has a natural port where ferry-boats arriving from Piraeus or Aegina dock. Skala is a settlement which has a very good tourism infrastructure with sparkling clean hotels, rooms to let and studios. It has 354 inhabitants and is 2 kilometers from Megalochori.

In Skala there are two well-organized beaches, in front of the hotels, cafes, bars and taverns where you can swim.

The first beach is located in front of the Agioi Anargyri Church and is organized with sun beds, umbrellas and coffee tables. It is a long sandy beach, with golden sand and crystal clear shallow waters, just 100 meters from the harbor which is very crowded with many families, as the sea is shallow and suitable for young children.

About 100 meters from the beach of Agioi Anargyroi is the second well organized beach, which also has umbrellas, sunbeds and tables, in front of cafes, bars and taverns. Located at the exit of Skala, it is also very crowded and is pebbly and sandy in places.

At the restaurants and fish-taverns you may taste and enjoy a great variety of appetizers and snacks, oven-cooked food, grilled meat, fresh fish and sea-food from the island's fishermen, accompanied with chilled wine.

For your entertainment there are cafes-snack bars and clubs operating at all times, from morning until... the next morning.