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Nea Skioni
Category: Town-Village
Prefecture: Chalkidiki
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Nea Skioni


Nea Skioni is situated in the south-west of Kassandra at a distance of almost 110 km from Thessaloniki. According to the ancient historian Thucidides, Nea Skioni was built right after the Trojan war by soldiers from Peloponnese, who stopped there to spend the winter. Main occupations for the inhabitants of Nea Skioni , about 840 nowadays, are fishing, bee-keeping -honey- and olives growing. In Nea Skioni there are numerous hotels and rooms to let, Greek taverns with fresh fishes, stores with all kinds of souvenirs and super markets. The village's harbor is one of the largest of Kassandra, where loads of fishing boats from Thermaikos Gulf moor. The white sandy beaches, from witch one is Blue Flag awarded, offer many hours of sunbathing combined with a brilliant -sunset- view over Thermaikos Gulf.

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