In the village, there are many accommodations, as most tourists choose coastal places for their holidays such as the neighboring Kallithea. However, we suggest you spend an evening dining in the main square of the village and walking the cobblestone streets. In the square, there is a large perennial tree that you can admire; one of the oldest remaining trees of Kassandra.
The unique traditional architecture is maintained today in the village. A typical example of this architecture is the Town Hall, built in 1926, and the churches of the village: the church of Genesis of the Virgin Mary and the church of Agios Athanasios built in 1850.
In Kassandria there is a health center, police station, several banks, supermarkets, post office, and schools of all levels.
Around the village, there is the pine forest where you can hike and enjoy the beauties of nature.