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Neos Marmaras Information
Neos Marmaras is the most cosmopolitan village in Sithonia peninsula. Neos Marmaras combines everything a traveler would like.
Clear blue sea surrounded by green mountains, nice landscapes for long walks into wild nature but, it is not only the nature that is on offer.
Nightlife is famous and with a cosmopolitan kind of exclusive aura. The restaurants and taverns will satisfy even the most demanding ones, whereas there is plenty of shops and facilities.
Take a walk along the pine-clad path next to the sea to enjoy a panoramic view of Neos Marmaras and the small island in front named Kelyfos (meaning shell, even though its shape is more like a tortoise).
The village has preserved many of its traditions and it is interesting to explore the local events during your stay.
Plenty of activities are also held in the village related mainly to water sports or mountain activities attracting younger tourists.
Right before entering the village there are the abandoned buildings of the 19th century Tripotamos monastery that belonged to Kastamonitou monastery and is one of the most typical examples of traditional architecture in Halkidiki.
Parthenonas, at a height of 350m, is of significant historical importance and the past years it has being restored, in order to maintain it’s traditional architecture. But apart from the historic interest it is a very good site for walks, coffee or dinner.
There is a folklore museum, operating in Parthenonas, exhibiting items related to local culture such as utensils, clothing and photographs from the beginning of the 20th century and earlier.
The traditional Agios Panteleimon festival on July 27th is traditional event taking place at the church.
the Porto Carras vineyard, next to Neos Marmaras is the second largest privately-owned vineyard in Europe suppliying wine under the Porto Carras brand-name.
if you wish to admire the Mount Athos monasteries, from a distance, there are boats departing daily from the harbor, offering an outstanding cruise around Athos peninsula.
Sithonia, the second peninsula of Chalkidiki, and it is situated between the peninsulas Kassandra and Mount Athos.
Sithonia is surrounded by the Toronean Gulf at the east side and the Singitic Gulf at the west.
It was named after Sithonas the son of Poseidon who was the god of the sea in ancient Greek mythology.
In Sithonia the visitors will enjoy the perfect harmony of mountain and sea. A place where the flawless beauty of Mediterranean pine trees combined with white sandy beaches and clean turquoise waters seduce the visitors.
all types of tourists are attracted by the exciting landscape especially the ones that love nature who want to escape from the civilized life.
In Sithonia there are all types of beaches deserted or crowded,but all are full of pine vegetation.