The small port is open to the southwest and covered from the west by a small peninsula of south direction, which is 300 meters long and ends up at cape Néos Marmarás. The opening of the entrance is 200 meters and its penetration to the north is 300 meters.
The spotless beach of Loutra with crystal waters and a golden sandy beach, is continuously awarded with the blue flag. Also in the region, many isolated beaches exist which are ideal for those who don’t particularly like crowds or like spear fishing and free diving.
Small islet opposite Neos Marmaras whose name Kelyfos Chelona (turtle shell) explains its shape--that of a turtle! Here the only residents are wild goats and gulls! However, it is worth swimming in the light blue waters of this unique beach. Accessible only by yacht.
Following the coastal way from Porto Carras to Agia Kyriaki there is a lot of small deserted coves with beautiful sandy beaches and turquoise waters, for those who prefer isolation. Needless to say, there is no organized beach there, so you should bring along all the necessities.
It is one of the most beautiful and perhaps renown beaches of Chalkidiki, 2 km from the beach of Agios Ioannis and before the busy Kalogrias beach. The waters of Koviou beach are aquamarine, without many rocks, with a fine sand, ideal for endless hours of relaxation or play.
The village of Kallithea, in the western coast of Kassandra, is a popular tourist destination, because of its marvelous sandy beach--most popular with the youth-- and its important archaeological and religious sights. Pure white sand, beach bars in the line and a pine rock that characterizes the beautiful creek, with tree branches lean in waters.
In the most southern part of the peninsula, this is a favorite destination for those who love free camping; caravans parked almost on the edge of the steep rocks with their owners enjoying the best view of the Aegean sea with the Sporades islands popping up on the horizon. If the atmosphere is clear, the ridges of mountain Pelion are visible.