• Two single beds with anatomical mattresses
  • Sofa in the living room (expandable bed)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Satellite TV
  • Luxury personal care supplies
  • Fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator
  • Hair drier
  • Safety deposit box (laptop size)
  • Room cleaning
  • Terrace in the front with mountain – sea view (with table and seats)
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Apartment with a bedroom of two single beds and a separate space with a fully equipped kitchen and living room. An expandable sofa in the living room can be used as an extra bed. The apartment has air-condition, satellite TV, free WiFi and a terrace with mountain and see view. Suitable for 2-3 persons. You can relax in the beautiful space offered by the apartment, sleep in comfortable beds, enjoy breakfast or a meal in the fully equipped kitchen. When you return from your adventures in the countless attractions of the island, the tranquility of the terrace and the breathtaking views of Ionian Sea will offer you unforgettable moments of relaxation.

The story behind the name “Skoula”

Soula, a square building that houses concrete basins with faucets used as laundry tubs, is located by the old road to Skala, below the village of Pastra. The construction started before the German occupation although it stopped at a very early stage. It was completed right after the earthquake of 1953 with volunteer personal work provided by the villagers of the area to serve their needs.

For several years the residents had to walk on foot to Skoula to wash their clothes in the basins and carry fresh drinking water in pitchers to keep it cool. Around 1960, when water was supplied to the houses of the region Skoula was no longer necessary for basic needs, but it is always present in the stories of the past and a reference point even for the youngest.

The laughter and the voices of girls gathering to wash their clothes resounded to the cultivated fields located nearby. Young men passed by, knowing that the girls would be there. In the summer groups of friends returning fro the sea (where there were going on foot) stopped for a short rest and farmers had a valuable ally to irrigate their fields.