Neapolis until recently we knew it as a passage on the road to Elafonisos or Kythera (daily itineraries in summer).
In recent years, tourists discover the beauties of the wider peninsula of Voion, which maintains a wild beauty that will excite the lovers of alternative.
The preservation and mapping of the trails in Cavo Mallia attracts several walkers and hiking clubs that discover gorgeous villages surrounded by centuries-old oaks and Byzantine monasteries next to the sea.
Neapolis itself is a typical provincial port, with elementary tourist infrastructure and some graphic pieces mainly in the back of it.
The best solution for swimming is the sandy beach of Pounta, which has something from Elafonisos-is located directly opposite it-and attracts many surfers, while a small nice sandy beach you will find below the village of Acorns, southeast of Neapolis.