A few words about Skala Kallirachis..
Skala Kallirachi is a coastal village in the west part of Thassos. This village was developed very rapidly along the main road that runs through the island. Today, there is no special hotel infrastructure but there are many rooms to let, cafes and seafood tavernas.
It has a large port and anchorage for fishing boats, smaller boats, and sailboats. Equipped with water and electricity, it hosts many of them giving the port a special charm. Various cultural events are organized here during summer, with the highlight being that of the “Sardine Feast”, the last week of July. Crowds flock to the village to savor grilled sardines on the grill and plenty of wine. Traditional dances and folk music promise a wild party.
Left of the port extends the homonymous beach.
Maybe this is the only place on the island where someone can see small houses literally built into the see. During old times they used to be seaside huts of one room, which were built to protect the local fishermen boats and their fishing paraphernalia. Also used as a place of residence during the olive harvest period. They were later converted into cottages.At ‘Klisma’ you will find two wonderful fish tavernas, where you will be able to enjoy a wonderful sunset with magnificent colors in the background while gazing at the fish boats (γρι-γρι in Greek) gathering their nets.
Ideal for relaxing family vacation!