Nine Muses Hotel

Close to the beach and with a relaxation pool on site, there’s a distinct village-feel about the Nine Muses. Here, flower-lined pathways and pastel-coloured buildings nestle against the shoreline.

There are two pools and a children’s pool, too. These are flanked by spacious terraces complete with sunbeds and parasols. You’ll also find a restaurant overlooking the bay where you’ll dine on divine Mediterranean food.

The entertainment has a distinctly Greek feel, too. You can expect ouzo, meze and folk dancers. For something a little more competitive, head to the sports bar.

Overview of Skala

When you take a holiday to Kefalonia, you can expect natural beauty, gorgeous Ionian cuisine and some of the finest beaches in Europe.

Skala, home to the Nine Muses Hotel, is the largest resort in southern Kefalonia and is famous for its Blue Flag beaches. Although popular with tourists, Skala keeps its local charm and has unspoilt views and beautiful pine-forested countryside.

Picturesque and idyllic, Skala rewards holidaymakers with Instagram-worthy views and historic hotspots. Although life revolves around the beaches, you’ll also find history that dates back to ancient times.

Things to do in Skala

The Nine Muses Hotel is just steps from the sand and shingle beach and Skala’s centre. It’s a great base for anyone looking to explore the village centre or just lounge on the beach.

In this sanctuary overlooking the clear sea, you’ll feel like you’re on your own personal island. For some welcome respite from the heat, you’ll find cafes hidden in the pine forest.

In Skala’s centre, there are traditional Greek restaurants galore – and the whole family will love them. Most of these are family owned and have been operating for decades, so great food and fantastic hospitality are both guaranteed.

Offering unspoilt natural beauty, home comforts and beautiful cuisine, a trip to Skala will capture your heart.


Resort Summary

Skala is an Ionian Island known for idyllic natural beaches, fresh local food and pretty countryside villages. Offering a Blue Flag beach complete with isolated coves along the coast and pine forest views behind, Skala is the perfect place for snap-happy travellers on cheap holidays to Kefalonia. With year-round sunshine, you can escape the crowds out of season too – a time when holidaymakers come to enjoy hiking and relaxed coastal walks.

Shops and restaurants are centred on the high street, with many serving locally-reared meat, freshly-caught seafood, home-grown veg and island wine and cheese. The village reveals interesting ruins of a Roman Villa dating back from the 3rd century BC as well as making a good base to explore the rest of the island. The nearby port of Poros has ferries to the mainland, or you could travel to Kefalonia’s capital, Argostoli.