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Welcome to Hotel Saint Lucas suites

Beautifully situated in the heart of Nea Potidea, at 200 metres from one of the nicest beaches of the Kassandra peninsula, and within walking distance from small taverns and shops, Saint Lucas suites hotel is the perfect match for families or friends looking for comfort, tranquility and within close proximity to the beach.

Saint Lucas suites hotel not only offers you a cozy, friendly and comfortable environment but also a pleasant and wonderful stay! Enjoy breathtaking scenery while swimming in the crystal clear blue waters of the Aegean Sea!

Hotel location 

The hotel is located on the first peninsula of Chalkidiki, Kassandra, in the picturesque village of NeaPotidea. Nea Potidea is the natural bridge between the prefectures of Thessaloniki and Chalkidiki and is famous for its charming village streets, a variety oftraditional restaurants and tavernas, local shops and its magnificent sunsets. The magnificent view over the bridge  appeals to all kinds of visitors. The tourist centre of NeaMoudania is around 7 km from the hotel, Sani Beach- at a distance of about 16 km and Thessaloniki airport is approximately 58 km away.

The main attraction of Nea Potidea is the canal that connects the two gulfs, Thermaikos and Toroneos, thus making it easily accessible.Visitors soon learn and become excited and overwhelmed by fact that the Kassandra peninsula was known as the "Doors of Kassandra"in ancient times and today is essentially an island whose "gates" are guarded by the picturesque town of Nea Potidea.


Nea Potidea is a large coastal village in Chalkidiki. Both the western and eastern side of Potidea face the sea. The beach on the east coast, overlooking Toroneos bay and the Sithonia peninsula, proffers a range of sport activities such as diving, swimming, tennis, water sports etc. Along the coastline, there are many beach bars, taverns, interesting places to visit. The turquoise sea is marvelous, with beautiful golden sandy beaches. The crystalline, shallow waters are ideal for both swimmers and families with young children. The beach is awarded with a Blue Flag eco-label annually forits clean water and sand.

In the western part of Nea Potidea, surrounded by the Thermaikos gulf, you can catch the glimpse of stunning Mount Olympus as well as admire the azure blue sea and colorful sunsets. Whilst walking along the shore, you will come across a quaint harbor where fishermen tie up their fishing boats and unload their catches, coupled with a few small bays with lovely beaches.

The seaside resort of Nea Potidea and its white-sandy beaches in summertime achieve a perfect beach town balance between vibrant and laid back. It transforms into a cosmopolitan place where Greek and foreign tourists, families with children, groups of young people and couples alike, choose to experience unforgettable moments and at the same time having an enjoyable time in the sun and the sea. You can sunbathe, swim, take part in many different sports activities on the beach, or go explore the city - having the opportunity to visit some of Chalkidiki’s top notch restaurants where fine dining is at its best.

Nea Potidea Landmarks

Nea Potidea is a unique, historical town and a means to access  the peninsula of Kassandra. Due to its location, it is the ideal place for excursions in the wider area.

Why not start your sightseeing tour at the entrance of Chalkidiki, Nea Potidea and visit the impressive Potidea Canal and the Justinian Wall, where part of the fortification wall was erected by Justinian, (Byzantine emperor) to protect ancient Potidea and Kassandra from attacks. There are a lot of interesting places to visit in Nea Potidea and its surroundings: the church of St. George in the center of the village and the church of the Taxiarches, which was founded in 1591 and is under the authority of Mt. Athos. South of NeaPotidea, on a wooded hill, there is a monument in honor of the victims of the 1821 catastrophe. Similarly, the ruins of the ancient castle and some bastions are of great interest. You can also explore many important archaeological and historical sights of Kassandra, such as: the tower of St Paul in Nea Fokea, the lake where the turtle Testudinata lives (within walking distance from Polychrono), the lighthouse in Poseidi and the ancient site of Mendi in Kalandra. Moreover, the cave of Petralona is certainly worth a visit, as is the museum of fishing vessels and instruments in Nea Moudania. Likewise, you should make time to visit ancient Olynthus and the many beautiful beaches of the area.You can also pass by and see the marble statue of Aristotle, built in memory of the philosopher born in the nearby town of Stageira.

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