The village of Fourka let you see both sides of Greece. Down at the seafront, it’s a modern resort – purpose built for visitors to enjoy the long hot days. A couple of miles inland is the old village – the perfect antidote for those who crave a fix of character and charm.

And surrounding Fourka are tracks and trails to keep walkers and hikers content with country pursuits.
If it’s sun and sand you’re coming for, Fourka gives you good facilities and a great beach. There are plenty of shops, bars and restaurants down by the sea in Skala Fourkas (to give the resort its full title) – along with just one disco. The narrow sweep of golden sand shelves gently into the water. Water sports are also available.
The original village is a step back in time, with 19th century houses, a Byzantine church and pots of colourful flowers. Sightseeing includes boats to Skiathos or Mount Athos, and summer concerts at Siviri’s open amphitheatre.
Local celebrations
•July 17: A feast organised by the church of St.Marina
•July 20: A feast organised by the church of Prophet Elias
•July 26: A feast organised by the church of St.Paraskevi
Famous local products
Honey, Olives, Olive-oil, sardines
The beaches are mainly of fine white sand, great for the sun worshipper and those wanting time to relax. Most beaches in the area have a good range of watersports to keep those with a more active disposition happy.
Eating out
There are a large range of snack bars and restaurants. Many are there purely for the tourist, however for the best cuisine try and discover some traditional Greek dishes in a local taverna.
Bars and tavernas abound in this area, with a large disco for those who feel the need to party to the early hours. The modern amphitheatre in Siviri occasionally puts on concerts.
The shops in this area mainly cater for the large amount of tourists. There’s a vast array of holiday goods to be bought – from beach towels to typically Greek goods such as ceramics and honey.

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