'Tolo, primarily a fishing village has slowly evolved into a romantic resort...
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The bay has a lovely sandy beach which allows excellent facilities for all seaside sports: safe swimming, surfing, diving, paragliding, pedaloes, waterskiing and more recently small water motorcycles.
Enjoy good food
For those who enjoy good food, there are many tavernas and restaurants, each serving local dishes in addition to the usual Greek food which could be complemented by a wide choice of Greek wines, Retsina and Ouzo.
There is also a disco and many bars within easy reach of the village.
The island of Romvi dominates the bay opposite Tolo.It is almost 1,6 sq. km in size. On Romvi island you can see fortifications, ruins of houses and reservoirs. At the back of the island there is a nice beach accessible only by boat.
This is a small island in the bay which is also the symbol of Tolo. On the top of the hill is a small church dedicated to the Twelve Apostles. The island can be reached by pedalo or by hiring a local boat. It is a popular wedding celebration venue during the summer for both Greeks and foreigners.
Another small island in the bay situated behind Romvi island, it has a small pebbled beach. It is good place for a B.B.Q. and snorkeling. On the top there is a small Byzantine church built in approximately in 1688, dedicated to the Zoodochou Pigi. During the Turkish occupation the people lived in constant terror and we are reminded of this by “Daskaleio” (teaching place) island and its “Kryfo Scholeio” (SecretSchool) where children at that time were taught their national language and history which was forbidden by the Turkish occupiers.