Archaic temple of Skala
This Doric temple dates from the Archaic Period at the end of 6th century BC – early 5th, evidence that makes it unique in Kefalonia. It belonged to the ancient city-state of Pronnoi. It is located in the regional road of Skala to Poros, near the Roman villa of Skala. The church was investigated in 1960 for the first time by the archaeologist Spyridon Marinatos and today the site is open and has free entrance.