Νea Potidaia is the only point of access to the Kassandra Peninsula. Its enchanting canal is one of its most unforgettable sights. Boats cross its waters on an everyday basis, including boats with acetylene lamps and dragnet boats, which fill up with a profusion of fish. At the organized, exquisite beach of Nea Potidea, one can enjoy the sea and savour plenty of fish, in one of the numerous fish-houses of the area. On the village's hill, there is the picturesque church of the Virgin Mary who celebrates on the 23rd of August. Along the coast lie beautiful country houses and accommodation options for the visitors. Plenty of tourist facilities are found as well, like restaurants, cafes, bars and camping sites. It is worth mentioning that the town is built on the ancient city of Potidea which played an important role in the war against the Persians.