Neos Marmaras Seaside village of Sithonia, and cosmopolitan resort between mountain and sea. It is built amphitheatrically on three hills. It has 3,000 permanent residents, but from May to October the population rises to 20,000. The inhabitants are engaged in fishing, agriculture, beekeeping, but mainly tourism. In the village there is also the largest hotel complex in the Balkans, Porto Carras. It consists of 3 hotels with 2,500 beds, modern meeting rooms, theater and cinema, golf, tennis, surfing, sailing, fishing, golf, cycling, chess and other .
In addition, there are about 100 modern units of rented rooms in N. Marmaras. There are also supermarkets, folk art shops, taverns, restaurants, bars and more. . The village operates public services such as Banks, OTE, Post Office, Postal Savings Bank, Customs Office, Port Authority, and Agricultural Office.
Near the Marmara there are small harbors easily accessible by car or motorbike, or by boat from the sea, with crystal clear seas, and in areas outside the village there are beautiful, small secluded beaches and small islands complexes (Spalathronisia). From N. Marmaras you can take part in one of the cruises that are organized daily around the Mount Athos, or Toronaios bay.