Nea Moudania is surrounded by plains of fertile farmland, acres of olive groves,
and forests of fresh-
On the beach in Nea Moudania are a happy round of swimming and sun-
The first 10 days of July: Cultural manifestations which end with the very famous "Feast of the Sardine".
8th September, Feast of the Virgin Mary of Korfini, at the church which is situated on a hill at the outskirts of the town.
Famous local products
Agricultural machines (ploughs, harrows, etc.), sardines, olives, salted products.
•Zografou Tower: The Byzantine tower (14th cent.), the church (1842) and other structures (19th cent.) belonging to the "metochi" still exist today. Of particular interest is the fountain of the "metochi", built in 1853, about 50m west of the tower.
•Metochi of Aghios Panteleimon: The ruins of the "metochi" are found near the village of Nea Flogita. It was built during the second half of the 19th century and is directly related to the refugees of the entire Kalamaria area, because for many years after 1922, this is where the American hospital for refugees was organised and operated.
The sea of Nea Moudania are very shallow and ideal for younger and inexperienced
swimmers. The beaches are well-
You’ll find plenty of cafés, restaurants and tavernas with menus designed for most
peoples tastes. The best fish restaurants can be discovered by the beach and are
definitely worth a visit for their fresh juicy fish dishes served with locally-
There are plenty of bars and clubs to keep you entertained until the small hours.
The town also has a cinema and a waterfront open-
As the commercial centre of Halkidiki, Nea Moudania offers plenty of shops. Every Wednesday, the largest outdoor market in the area takes place.
This town is a good base from which to explore more of the area. At the top of Nea
Moudania is a pretty, three-