Nea Phokea (Νέα Φωκαία, Nea Fokea) is a village on the Kassandra peninsula in Greece with isolated beaches and big pine-trees which almost reach the sea water. The inhabitants of Nea Phokea are 1,500, but during the summer months this number increases to 10,000. The village is developed enough to offer its visitors hotels, camping sites, entertainment, traditional cafes and seafood tavernas with a view to the sea.

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Grotto church of St.Paul

In addition to the beaches and the developed surrounding area, one can expect to find archaeological sites, i.e.

  • 1 The byzantine watch tower of the Agios Pavlos. Α remarkably preserved old Byzantine fortress which was built in 1407 and the sanctification of Apostle Paul
  • Α passage opened through the rock and ending into an underground chamber.

which are composing the historical indetity of Nea Fokea.

  • 2 Grotto church of St. Paul. The very worth seeing cave church of Saint Paul, which is located in a cave in which one can move due to the narrowness and low ceiling partly only on all fours. Because of the narrowness you can visit them only when there is little rush.

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Local celebrations: June 29, Feast dedicated to St.Peter and St.Paul, the Apostles.

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Famous local products: Fish, vegetables, honey.

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