Nea Roda Athos

The sunset casts a faint veil of mystery over the picturesque seaside village of Nea Roda, as it glides over the tiled roofs of the houses. Climb the hill with the small church and look at the village. The view will reward you.

Nea Roda is built at the narrowest point of the Athos peninsula, where in 480 BC. Xerxes opened a canal for his fleet to pass.

You will be pleasantly surprised while walking in the village, because in every corner you will discover archeological finds, houses with beautiful courtyards, decorated with palms and bougainvilleas, vegetation by the sea and picturesque fishing boats.

The golden sand of the wavy beach will accompany you throughout the day and will welcome you with mysterious colors at every sunrise and sunset.

Those who love water activities will find a school for renting and learning water sports, while there is a daily transfer for those of you who wish to take a water tour around Mount Athos.

In the traditional taverns, you will find fresh fish, and for your entertainment at night there are bars for all tastes.

For your stay, you can choose rooms or apartments with sea view and friendly service from the owners.

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