Things to do in Tolo, Greece
Tolo is a tiny fishing village turned tourist hot spot on the Peloponnese peninsula. It has a history dating back to the Homeric times and has always been a safe harbour for ships, even acting as an auxiliary port to Nafplio and a later port for the Venetians in the war against the Ottomans.
The current, modern town was founded as a refugee settlement for refugees from Crete following the Greek Revolution, who grew the city into a fishing village and tourist town. Tolo has a long, gorgeous beach perfect for water sports, swimming, and fishing, and a lively fun town with tavernas and bars. It makes a perfect holiday spot for families.
Where is Tolo Tolo is located on the Peloponnese peninsula, in the Argolida region, southwest of Athens. The Peloponnese is linked to the Greek mainland by the Isthmus of Corinth, a tiny strip of land. Much of the Peloponnese is the same as it was in antiquity — rugged mountains, tiny villages at the coastline, and ho.... Continue Reading at Travel Passionate