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Nea Moudania Holidays

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Halkidiki holidays

The hub of Halkidiki

Nea Moudania is the second-largest city in Halkidiki and the region’s heartbeat. You certainly won’t be bored on Nea Moudania holidays, as there’s enough nature, museums, city life, beaches and activities to keep the whole family occupied. The town itself is full of every amenity you can think of, including great tavernas, bars and cafés – in the summer, there’s even an open-air cinema.

There are also a number of important historical sites worth checking out, including the basilica church perched high on the hill of Panagia Korifini, as well as several museums. Of course, you’ll want to spend some of your time on holidays to Nea Moudania lazing on the tropical-looking beach. Boasting golden sand and clear azure waters, it’s shallow enough for children to play safely. You’ll find all the amenities you’ll need, including umbrellas and chairs for rent, and beach bars and cafés for snacks and drinks.

Your Nea Moudania questions, answered

Every Wednesday there’s a local farmers’ market where you can stock up on produce for beach picnics and treats like jam and baked goods to take home.
Yes, you can. The sun sets over Mount Olympus across the sea, creating a jaw-dropping sky every evening. The best place to catch it is from one of the beachside bars.
Nea Moudania has one of the biggest ports in Greece, as well as an important yacht club where you can do sailing courses and even enter races.

Best things to do in Nea Moudania

Hit the beach

Spend some of your holiday relaxing on the beach in Nea Moudania. Rent a chair and snooze in the shade, enjoying an occasional dip in the warm Mediterranean Sea.

Visit a museum

There are two museums in Nea Moudania worth checking out – one that’s dedicated to folklore history and costume, and a fisheries museum with an exceptional exhibit of seashells.

Join the party

In the summer, there are several local festivals highlighting the town’s traditions, and where you’ll be able to find dancing, music, flowing ouzo and good Greek food.