Distance from the airport → 72,6km
Neochori village is located 8 km away from Arnea, in an altitude of 550m and it's surrounded by green lush forests.
Largely forested lands with chestnuts, beeches and oaks together with the main asphalt road twirling its way around the settlement form a unique scenery.
The largest and most important church is the one of Saint George located on the hill and has a fountain and an outer ring for use at the major religious events.
Turks called it “Yenikoy,” while Slavs called it “Novoselo” which both mean “new village”. The oldest evidence of the village’s existence goes back to 1640, with evidence found inside a monastery at Mount Athos.
Neochori is part of the “Mademochoria”, a group of 12 villages which were required to provide workers for the operation of the mine. Although Neochori was very active during the revolution in 1821, nowadays its residents are occupied with logging, animal breeding, agriculture and mining, with red beans (barbounofasoula) being the main export.
The great celebration that takes place on St. Athanasios day, January 8th since 1820.