Toroni is mostly ideal for those who would like to have a peaceful and relaxing vacation.
The small traditional village of ToronI lies on the SW of Sithonia, approximately 20 km south of Neos Marmaras. Small taverns, kafenia (traditional cafeterias), shopping opportunities, homey pensions, line the street that runs along the long sandy beach and the azure sea.
At the harbor small fish-taverns offer tasty fresh seafood caught daily. According to mythology Poseidon’s son Proteas lived here and Toroni was named after his wife Toroni.
It is worth it to take a trip to the south end of the beach to the Likythos Hill where an ancient city was located. Its harbour is sunk into the sea and therefore you can find its remains only by scuba diving. On the hill you also can visit the remains of a medieval castle.
It can be said that Sithonia is the masterstroke of Halkidiki – a peninsula located in Northern Greece. With almost 100 beaches, most of them having perfect white sand and some of the clearest waters in the world, Sithonia is a destination you will want to keep on your bucket list. The top beaches in Halkidiki are in Sithonia. Just enjoy your holiday to Sithonia and let us help you narrow down the choice… The 10 best beaches in Sithonia can also be considered as Halkidiki’s top beaches. Sithonia beaches are favorites to tourists who come to Halkidiki since they have perfect white sand, crystal clear turquoise water and they are generally not over developed or crowded. While many Halkidiki beaches may look the same, Sithonia beaches are often unique in their own way.