Nea Potidea

Potidaea (/ˌpɒtɪˈdə/Ancient GreekΠοτίδαιαPotidaia, also Ποτείδαια, Poteidaia[1]) was a colony founded by the Corinthians around 600 BC in the narrowest point of the peninsula of Pallene, the westernmost of three peninsulas at the southern end of Chalcidice in northern Greece.[2]

Welcome to Nea Potidea, a charming coastal town located on the beautiful peninsula of Kassandra in Greece. Nestled between the shimmering waters of the Mediterranean Sea and lush greenery, Nea Potidea offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, rich history, and warm hospitality. Nea Potidea is situated on the narrowest point of the Kassandra peninsula, offering easy access to both the Aegean Sea and the Thermaic Gulf. This prime location allows visitors to indulge in various water activities while also being surrounded by breathtaking landscapes.

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