It is the first image that you will see of the island, as Skala is the port of Patmos. Full of vitality, mobility and activity, the coastal settlement is located in the middle of the island and is the commercial centre of it.
The coastal road is teeming with restaurants and cafes, where you can pleasantly spend your time enjoying delicious appetizers or refreshing drinks overlooking the Aegean Sea.
Behind this, narrow streets with brilliant white buildings built amphitheatrically face the sea and invite you to lose yourself in the gorgeous labyrinth, and capture with your camera images that will be unforgettable. In these streets you will discover shops with souvenirs, traditional products, etc.
The most important sights of Skala is the relic of the Baptistery of John the Theologian, the ruins of the ancient acropolis, the Italian administrative building (currently it hosts the port authority and the police) on the coastal road and the chapel of Agia Paraskevi at the southern end of the waterfront.