Nea Skioni Village Halkidiki: Coastal tourist village spread along the sandy coast in the southern part of Kassandra peninsula in Halkidiki. It has a harbor where boats tie up and which give a completely traditional Greek touch to the village and supply the whole area with fresh fish. Nea Skioni is only a few kilometers away from the hot springs of Aghia Paraskevi and is a point of attraction for tourists in the area.

Nea Skioni is located on the southwestern part of Kassandra, about 100 km from Thessaloniki.

Nea Skioni Village, Halkidiki
Nea Skioni is a coastal town on the southwestern coast of the Kassandra peninsula in the prefecture of Halkidiki.

Halkidiki Nea Skioni Hotels

In the village, and in the nearby settlements of Agios Ioannis and Anemi guests can find modern accommodation for staying along the coast. One of the hotels that we would suggest you is Rahoni Cronwell Park Hotel which is located within a walking distance from the coast. Furthermore here you will find rooms which are family businesses and ensure your excellent service, such as Villa Olga.

Nea Skioni Village, Halkidiki

Nea Skioni village Halkidiki: According to Thucydides, Skioni was built by the Peloponnesian Pelleneans, on their way back from the war of Troy, was later colonised by Euboeans and, during the Peloponnesian Wars, it was taken by the Spartians.

Nea Skioni Village, Halkidiki

The Athenians reconquered it, destroyed it and killed all its inhabitants. Nea Skioni was established after 1930, by the inhabitants of the inland village of Tsaprani, which ruins can still be seen. It is located 78 km south west of Poligiris, the capital of Halkidiki.

It is a traditional fishing village gifted with rare natural beauty. The harbour of Nea Skioni is one of the largest of the peninsula surrounded by long golden beaches and lovely seaside taverns.

The area offers numerous hotels, shops, bars and all the other tourist facilities as well as some interesting sites such as the Church of the Holy Trinity and the Church of the Virgin Mary Faneromeni (2 km from the village), adorned with 16th century beautiful frescoes.

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