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Skála is the biggest resort in the south east, at the foot of the mountains with a forrested headland.
The beach is several kilometres long, a sand/shingle/pebble mixture - you might want to wear neoprene shoes/jellies, but I managed without.
There's plethora of watersports, sunbed & umbrella hire and rows of tavernas/hotels along the beach road.
Very tame, friendly sparrows are keen for the odd scrap, hopping about with their beaks open, panting to keep cool.
Early evening a shepherd sometimes brings his goats onto the beach for a snack.
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