Neos Marmaras is the beach of the most cosmopolitan village of Sithonia in Chalkidiki. It combines sand and pebbles on a piney coast. The homonymousous village is built amphitheatrically in three hills, and inhabited by refugees from Marmaras of Propontis. It reaches up to the group of Porto Carras and has several beach bars. Because of its length the beach provides a lot of bars, cafes and taverns but also enough points for marine sport as well as quiet spots.
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.
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.