For many it is the most impressive beach of the prefecture of Chalkidiki in the south-west part of Kassandra. Clean beach with sand and pebbles, a light blue sea. A particular staple of the end of the beach is the 19th century lighthouse; the sandy cape at the nose of Poseidi is tearing the sea. Well organized beach with many beach bars and a lot of services and activities for the visitors. On the beach the ruins of one of the most unknown ancient temples of Neptune may be seen. The temple was discovered in the period 1990 - 1994 and built by the Eretrians.
The sand unfolds for miles and famed bars interfere with the pure white beach with fine sand in a verdant and hilly background. Famous for its atmospheric sunsets, Skala Fourkas is a modern touristic center with a nice beach and a plethora of rented rooms, fish-taverns and bars.