Nea Fokea is a charming fishing village known for its fish taverns. Seek out the tiny subterranean Agios Pavlos church on the eastern side of the town. An underground tunnel leads to a rectangular chamber thought to have been an ancient burial place that was transformed into a church during the Byzantine period.
It is believed that the Apostle Paul was assailed while teaching in Ierissos on the Mt Athos peninsula and descended into a hole. He traversed along a tunnel and came out at Nea Fokea, at a point where holy water now appears.
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