Location

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a1Neos Marmaras is a town with 2,854 inhabitants (as in 2001) on the edge of Sithonia peninsula of Halkidiki. It is built on three hills, the mountain range known as the Dragontelis or Itamos. The main occupation of the inhabitants are tourism, as well as agriculture (viticulture and olive) and fishing. Also, apart from oil and honey produced, and many residents are engaged in hunting. Each year  Neos Marmaras is visited by many tourists, as it combines mountain and sea. The marina at Porto Carras complex and unique in Greece floating harbor of Marmaras, hosts hundreds of boats all the time. Neos Marmaras is located 125 km from Thessaloniki and 55 from Polygyros. Most cultural events (two active clubs is the Proikonisos for the Neos Marmaras and the Parthenon on the Parthenonas traditional village) take place during the summer months. In the village there are  clinic, coast guard, fire, police station, post office, telephone,  kindergartens, elementary school, high school.

Historical data
History of Neos Marmaras

The village was founded in 1922 by refugees, originating from the island in the Marmara Turkey. By the late 60’s, settled in the town and many residents from the neighboring village Parthenon. The village grew rapidly and after touring the building of the Hotel Porto Carras, the early 60’s. The Church of the Archangels dates from 1937, while interesting is the chapel of the Life Giving Spring””.  Gradually expanded infrastructure to supply most of the village of the late ’70, the construction of the Cultural Center, donation of Artemisia Paschalaki.

History of the Parthenon

The traditional village of  Parthenon already mentioned from the 10th century. Alternatively referred to by names Parthenopolis, unspoiled and Parthenionas. The community that was abolished in 1970 and the village was abandoned, and the residents were naturalized in Neos Marmaras.