Agios Paulos is a settlement of the prefecture of Chalkidiki, with 599 inhabitants in 2001. It is built at an altitude of 40 meters. Its location is at the height of the 35th km of the Thessaloniki-Nea Moudania National Road. The area is surrounded by vineyards and agricultural product packs. Its distance from Nea Kallikratia is about 5 km to the north. The main occupation of the inhabitants is the cultivation of vineyards and the packaging of food and agricultural products. Among others, there is a primary school and kindergarten in the village.
Although it is a small area, there are many activities for residents and those who choose to visit it. The first thing to do when you go there is to enjoy the picturesque beaches with the taverns and the shops that decorate them.
The settlement celebrates on January 25, St. Gregory the Theologian and on August 6th, when the Metamorphosis of the Savior is celebrated. In the village is the Byzantine church of Saint Tryfonas, who is a protector of the vineyards. A festival takes place every August, during which visitors can sample local cuisine and regional varieties such as Sovignon and Merlo.