Toroni stretches along the beach and has hotels, apartments and studios. Many restaurants are located either on the beach or across the beach where you can try the specialties of Greek national cuisine.
Toroni is located between Neos Marmaras and Porto Koufo, to which you can take a nice walk. Toroni has a rich history, so if you are interested in it, you have a lot to visit. Unfortunately you can’t see the remains and ruins of the old Toroni because it was used to make roads but what you can see is remains of the old Acropolis and broken pottery lying around. If you go snorkeling and you are lucky enough you might see some remains in the water too.
Population: 3,553 (2011)
Postal code: 630 72
Several taverns will give you a real pleasure of traditional Greek cuisine, gyros restaurant, bakery, pastry shop, several cafes and bars will provide you with refreshment in the summer days and make your vacation perfect.
There are also several well-stocked shops in Toroni where you can find everything that will make your stay more comfortable, as well as stalls with fresh fruits and vegetables. However, Toroni is not a shopping destination but has all the basic necessities and more.
Toroni has a 2.5 km long sandy beach. It is one of the many beaches of Sithonia awarded with a blue flag, but no matter how crowded Toroni may be, this beach never loses its beauty and you can certainly always find a spot for yourself.
Toroni Beach is a perfect combination of blue sea and an abundance of greenery of pine trees and olive groves from where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Gulf of Toroneos and the Aegean Sea. There are also many beautiful beaches nearby, and some of them are not crowded even in the peak season.
Crystal clear water and golden sand are especially suitable for families with small children who come here in large numbers. The organized part is with deck chairs and umbrellas in front of the beach bars, but most of it is unorganized and you can find a place where you will be isolated if you want. Along the beach there are also fields for soccer, beach volleyball and playgrounds for children.
Note that you can park your vehicle very close to the beach and even enjoy relaxing moments in the tree shade during hot midday time.
South of Toroni is a small fishing village of Porto Koufo, a cove beach with a couple of beach bars and a couple of shops, also very popular with families with small children.
The village of Toroni itself is very quiet, ideal for a relaxing, family vacation. The nightlife is reduced to walks by the beach, dinner in restaurants and taverns or going out for a drink in one of the cafes.
You can hike towards the nearby ruins and some of the lookouts around Lecythus Fortress and the old Acropolis or go on a cruise around the Toroneus Gulf where you can snorkle, swim or even scuba dive around the island of Kelyfos, a reserve of the sea world.