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The village of Skala is the natural port of Agistri with wide range of accommodation options, good variety of bars, taverns and restaurants making it very popular among visitors. 

Regarding the beach of Skala,, it is very popular, and is one of the main beaches on the island. The fact of having shallow shores makes it safe for children, a feature that is very appreciated by most families. 

The village of Skala is also a place of interest such the church of Agii Anargyri, which is a very important construction, to the point that dominates the view of the resort. In case visitors want to travel across the main parts of Agistri, the local bus service connects the villages of Limenaria, Megalochori and Skala.

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The village of Skala is the most famous village in Agistri. Skala’s port welcomes visitors from Piraeus and the neighbouring island of Aegina offering everything a visitor can look for. Skala boasts for some of the most organized accommodation structures in Agistri, cafes, bars, taverns and restaurant options. 

Apart from all these facilities, there are a couple of good tour attractions very close to the beach; the white church of Agioi Anargyri, or in case of heading to the left area of Skala, a newly tourist area known as Skliri, with similar features. In the same direction, visitors discover a beautiful path through lots of pine trees leading to another great beach, Chalikiada, which is more suitable for those seeking for solitude.