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Tolo

Welcome to Tolo! An old fishing village, Tolo is spread out along a lovely beach and its inhabitants are renowned for their hospitality. In its sparking sea you will be able to enjoy swimming, fishing and every kind of water sport.
Accommodation in Tolo as well as your entertainment, Tolo boasts many hotels and furnished apartments, not to mention a great variety of bars, discos, tavernas, bouzouki clubs, cafes and other family-run businesses that offer the homely hospitality that has come to characterise the place.
Tolo, a modern tourist centre surrounded by the ancient sites of Asine, Epidaurus, Tiryns, Mycenae, Argos, the Heraion, Nafplion – Tolo makes it easy to visit them by local bus, organized tours, car or motorbike.
Daily excursions from Tolo are also possible to Epidavos Theatre, Mycenae, Ancient Corinthos, Korinth Canal, Mystra, Sparta, Olympia, Delphi and Athens, while cruise ships take you sightseeing on Spetses, Hydra, Poros and Monemvasia.
Tolo is ideal for any kind of holiday, whether you want simply to bask in the pristine Greek sea, or whether you want to get to know the beautiful scenery and archaeological sites of the Peloponnese, both nearby and further afield.
Activities in Tolo There is a great deal to do in Tolo and the surrounding areas. Try watersports such as sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing or scuba diving, rent a motorised boat, go fishing, go on a barbeque or hire a pedalo.  Tolo is a great base for visiting the archaeological sites of the Peloponnese is one of the reasons that Tolo is a year round resort. In springtime visitors come from all over the world to explore the countryside, flowers of Greece and ornithologists come to the area to study rare bird species. Take a trip to the nearby town of Nafplion which was the first capital of liberated Greece and visit the historical monuments and narrow Venetian streets or kite surf at one of the nearby beaches, Day cruises leave the harbour of Tolo everyday during the summer months to the islands of Hydra, Spetses, Poros and Monemvasia.