On the outskirts of Nea Moudania, there is a vast olive plantation, a landmark which in 1923 was one of the attractions for the pioneer settlers of the town. Having passed the olive plantation, one can revel in the marvelous vastness of the sea, which looks ready to take the visitor in her bosom.
The depth of the waters is ideal for the little visitors, as well as for those who are not particularly good swimmers. At the beach of Nea Moudania you can enjoy your coffee, and the very fresh fish and also the ouzo titbits offered at the fish-houses.
At the highest point of the town, called ”the hillock of Panagia (Virgin Mary) Koryfini“ there is a pretty three-aisled basilica church, built in a captivating environment. The icon of Panagia Koryfini, which came from Kalolimnos of Asia Minor, is kept there. The Virgin is commemorated with large celebration on September 8th, which is a local public holiday.
Alternatively, visit the small village of Zografos, built around a monastery where a Byzantine tower and crumbling church still stand. The monastery of Agios Panteleimon - once used as a hospital - near the village of Nea Flogita, also makes for an interesting afternoon of sightseeing.
Located on the coastline of the beach Vergia up to Nea Kallikrateia, Gallini beach is a great place to enjoy the crystal sea and the sandy beach. The coastline is characterized by low depth something which makes it ideal for families with small children.