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

From Tolo you can also take excursions to some lovely islands, such as Hydra and Spetses, read more here, or rent a small boat at the beach and visit the tiny islands Koronisi, Romvi and Daskalio just a few minutes from Tolo. Also, there are nice paths on the hilltop behind Tolo if you like to go for walks in the beautiful nature.

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