San Giorgio hotel & apartments, is waiting to welcome you in a very relaxing and friendly atmosphere, to have your best holiday, on the promising island of Kefalonia.
Just 3 km away from the centre of Skala village, 8km away from the port of Poros, 40km from the airport. The beach of Skala is 1.5km away.It is a mixture of sand, shingle and some pebbles. There are plenty of sun beds available, water sports and boat hire. At the far end of the beach, can be found more privacy.
After the long beach of Skala all along the coast you will find small shingle & pebble coves including hidden caves. Three of them are just under San Giorgio, so 100m away from you, you may enjoy the crystal clear blue waters of the Ionian sea.
San Giorgio is built at the feet of the mountain & provides a breathtaking view of both, mountain & sea. Great care has been taken to adjust properly the buildings to the environment and at the same time to preserve through its architectural design the traditional style. Some entertainment nights take place (Greek night, Karaoke night, International music night), at San Giorgio, to make your holiday even more special.
San Giorgio consists of twin or triple rooms, apartments up to 4 persons, studios & mini apartments.
All of them have air-conditioning, hair-dryers, telephone device, fridge, safe.
If you really want to have an unforgettable holiday for you, your friend and your family, just visit us!!
The Hotel is located in Skala village in the southwest of Kefalonia island.
Skala is known for its long, beautiful and clean, sandy beaches and nearby there are small nature bays with secluded beaches. Here the sea is almost always calm. This has become very popular with tourists and has a livelier night life than most other villages in the area.
The coast road from Skala to Poros is about 12km long and offers wonderful views of the changing sea, rocky cliffs and long pebbled beaches.
The original pre-earthquake village of Skala stood on the slopes of the hill to the North-East of the existing village. Many of the remains are still there and it is well worth a walk up the hills.
At the nearby beach of Potamakia you can find the caretta-caretta turtles which lay their eggs in the sand. Close to the village are mosaics from a Roman villa of the 3rd century A.D. On the outskirts of the village are the ruins of the ancient temple of Apollo, dated the 7th century B.C. The whole area affords a splendid view of Zakynthos , Peloponnesus and the Ionian Sea.