Nea Skioni, Halkidiki, Greece

Nea Skioni is located on the west side of the First peninsula, Cassandra. Nea Skioni  has 950 residents. The village is build close to the old city. The first residents came after the Trojan war. Stories tell that on the way back from troy to Athens they made a break. The Trojan woman how where brought along lighted the boats on fire so they would hade to stay an didn’t be sold as slaves.

Nea Skioni has the largest port of Cassandra. A lot of fisherman boats have here their home haven. In the morning they sell here fresh fish.

The several tavern’s and restaurants make this village sociable but not too touristy. Nea Skioni has a wide Sandy beach that’s appreciated is with the blue flag. In the afternoon are there regularly schools dolphins to been seen, which come surprisingly close to the coast.

In the first weekend of august is the annual sardine feast in the post of Nea Skioni. For 3 days there will be several activities and events. On the last day of this festival the visitors are treated on fresh sardines and wine, there is music. From all surroundings people come this celebrate this day.



General practitioner




Information kiosk


Souvenir shop


Beauty centre




Butcher shop


Fish shop




Sweet bakery


Restaurants - Taverns


Bar– Café




Internet café


Lotto store O.P.A.P.


Boat parking - service