Tolo is a fishing village that has grown and grown and grown because of tourism. This was one of the first Greek towns that welcomed mass tourism, and Tolo is still a destination for both charter and other tourists. And it’s perhaps not at all surprising, for Tolo has a long, child-friendly beach with fine golden sand. The beach has a backdrop of hotels and taverns, and in the east end several campsites are located.
The town itself has not a lot to fall head over heels over sightseeing wise, but it’s perfect if you want a holiday consisting of beach + nearby hotel + good taverns. It’s founded in 1830 (and thereby a teenager in Greek context), but there is not much left of the once cute fishing village.
The looong beach, the beach hotels