Distance from the airport → 113km
Parthenonas is a historical village with some beautifully preserved houses of Macedonian architecture that distinguished for their authentic and traditional character. Yet 50 years ago, things were very different as residents abandoned the village in find work in Neos Marmaras and not only, several years later, thanks to the initiatives of the government to list it as preserved, did people return to the village.
Parthenonas is a village built on the slopes of Mt. Itamos (Dragoudelis), the main mountain of Sithonia
at the altitude of 350 meters.
Parthenonas has been abandoned by 1970 as locals moved into Neos Marmaras. Recently, the village has acquired a new lease of life as many old houses have been restored, preserving the original character of the village, but there are still a few guesthouses, tavernas and a café-bar. The village’s cultural association, the Parthenon, founded in 1985 has established the principle to preserve the local customs and traditions, ensuring the safety of traditional architectural style.