Isolated white sandy beaches, crystal clear sea water and pine trees that almost reach the sea; On the north-eastern part of the peninsula of Kassandrayou will find Nea Fokea.
Nea Fokea is a charming fishing village, known for its fish taverns and traditional cafes. It is a developed tourist village, attracting thousands of visitors every summer.
In addition to Nea Fokea's beaches and the developed surrounding area, you will find archaeological sites like The Tower; a remarkably preserved old Byzantine fortress which was build in 1407 and the sanctification of Apostle Paul, a passage opened through the rock and ending into an underground chamber, which are composing the historical identity of Nea Fokea.
It is worth to visit the remains of the castle which the rebellious islanders barricaded themselves inside of in 1821. The church of the Taxiarches, which was founded in 1591 which is dependent on the Mount Athos and also the Dochiarion Monastery are important sightseeing for the visit.