Well hidden below an old quarry, at the end of a dirt road in the region Danillia in Tebloni, is situated the small lake Skoteini which became famous as one of the lakes where Gerald Durrell would go during his stay on the island just before the outbreak of World War II. Skoteini is home to an ecosystem of lush vegetation and aquatic life and attracts the interest of scientists who have mentioned it in articles of scientific magazines.
Right next to Lake Skoteini there is a house. If you meet the owners, do not hesitate to ask them to join them in their yard because it is the only place from which you can get very close to the water. They will be glad to guide you.