Agios Mamas (Greek: ΄Άγιος Μάμας [ˈaʝios ˈmamas]) is a village in the Chalkidiki peninsula in northern Greece. It belongs to the Municipality of Nea Propontida and in particular to the municipal unit of Moudania.
It is located on the gulf of Torone, 3 km from the beach (Papa Aloni), between the two fingers (smaller peninsulas) of Kasssandra and Sithonia, 68 km southeast of Thessaloniki and 9 km east of Nea Moudania.
Agios Mamas church (Aristolaos)
It is famous for its trade fair in the first days of September commemorating its patron saint Saint Mamas on 2nd September.
The inhabitants are involved in olive farming for green table olives and olive oil as the rest of the villages of the area Olynthus, Kalyves Polygyrou and Yerakini.
A part of the seaside (Aristolaos)
Eastern part of beach skyline (Aristolaos)
Its seaside is the continuation of Kalyves Polygyrou's with a very long sandy beach, after the river Olynthios delta, including Papa Aloni beach and Portes before Nea Potidea.
"Απογραφή Πληθυσμού - Κατοικιών 2011. ΜΟΝΙΜΟΣ Πληθυσμός" (in Greek). Hellenic Statistical Authority.
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Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire