26 av Skåres totalt 87 boningshus bebos av sommargäster.

Den första innevånaren flyttade in på Skåre på 1700-talet
Det fanns 4 boningshus på Skåre i slutet av 1700-talet
Skåre fick gatubelysning på 1970-talet
Pliggavägen har fått sitt namn efter en skomakare som bodde här
Den nuvarande hamnen byggdes 1936
Karl den XII landsteg på Skåre
Man går in med farleden i Skåre hamn.

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