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Kassandra Nea Moudania Introduction

Kassandra Nea Moudania lies in the very north of the Kassandra Peninsular on the west coast. It is sixty kilometres from Thessalonika and has a transfer time from the airport of forty-five minutes. It has a large fishing port, good beaches with a variety of water sports and a wonderful array of tavernas and restaurants. With a lively nightlife, plenty of shops and a weekly outdoor market, Kassandra Nea Moudania appears to have something for everyone.

Why Go To Kassandra Nea Moudania?

Kassandra Nea Moudania holiday has much to offer visitors with sandy beaches, warm clear water, sporting facilities, superb restaurants and lively night spots. Walk up the hill to the church and you will have an excellent view over the town, the harbour and the peninsular.

Kassandra Nea Moudania is popular with most age ranges and interests. Families with small children benefit from the beaches with safe bathing in calm waters. Adults of all ages can enjoy the many water sporting opportunities that are available. Those looking for a peaceful retreat will not have to search far, as there are many secluded spots in which to relax.

When To Go To Kassandra Nea Moudania

Although the holiday season lasts from April until October when the temperature ranges from twenty to thirty degrees, summer is the most popular time to visit Kassandra Nea Moudania.

Kassandra Nea Moudania - The Place

Kassandra Nea Moudania sits on the western coast at the top of the Kassandra Peninsular. It is a prosperous area with a large fishing port and a fertile interior with olive groves and vineyards. The commercial centre has retailers selling a wide variety of goods and each Wednesday there is a large outdoor market. There are restaurants and tavernas satisfying most tastes and bars and clubs providing a lively nightlife.

The beach of fine sand shelves gently into the sea providing safe bathing for children and less confident swimmers. There is good provision of water sports including pedalos, wind surfing, waterskiing and sailing. There are many cafes and tavernas along the waterfront providing day long refreshments.

Above the town is an attractive church, Panagia Koryfini. Apart from visiting the church with its three aisles, it is a good spot from which to view the bay, the town and the peninsular. There are many small villages in the area with charming churches and interesting monasteries.

A Kassandra Nea Moudania holiday offers a guarantee of summer sunshine, excellent beaches with a range of water sports, superb restaurants and shopping. The resort is also a good base from which to explore the area.

Kassandra Nea Moudania Nightlife

Kassandra Nea Moudania has a lively nightlife with many bars and clubs where you can drink and dance until the early hours of the morning. For those who enjoy more sedate evenings, there are many fine restaurants where you can enjoy an al fresco meal in a romantic atmosphere. There is also a large open air theatre down by the waterfront which hosts many summer concerts.

Kassandra Nea Moudania Shopping

Kassandra Nea Moudania has a large commercial centre with many specialist shops and boutiques. There is also a market every Wednesday where you can purchase local produce as well as gifts and holiday mementoes. Popular souvenirs are ceramics, leather goods, gold and silver jewellery and embroidered linens.

Kassandra Nea Moudania Eating

Kassandra Nea Moudania has a wide range of tavernas, cafes, fast food outlets and restaurants accommodating all tastes and budgets. There are some excellent fish restaurants along the water front where the ingredients could not be fresher, having being caught that day. Eating out in Greece is a pleasure not to be rushed, so don’t mistake the relaxed attitude of waiters for tardy service. A good way to try traditional food is to order Mezedes, the Greek equivalent of the Spanish tapas, which includes a variety of bite-sized fish, meat and vegetables.

Children are always made very welcome in restaurants and their portion size and tastes are usually accommodated.