today is a village with much to offer to anyone who visits it,
including its traditional charisma along with all modern amenities.
It attracts much tourism from all over the world and from other
cities within Greece for is natural beauty and general hospitality.
It is central positioned to draw lovers of archaeology enabling them
to visit the many sites of the Peloponnese, ramblers with its
beautiful and mountainous terrain, lovers of wild flowers and
wildlife and watersport enthusiasts. A perfect destination for
families and singles whether looking for a quiet relaxing holiday or
something more lively. Its 1200 inhabitants all touched by tourism
in some way have grown up with the word “filoxenia” meaning
hospitality and know the meaning and value of family business.
Moving around is easy from the village with a regular bus service
every hour to Nafplion and a journey of merely 20 minutes. From
Nafplion connections are available to all areas of the Peloponnese
Dates of particular interest:
Last week of June:
Navy week, a wealth of activities organised over a seven day period
with the help of the Port Police in Tolo.
Annual sand-sculpture building competition held on the villages
Full moon festival held in neighbouring Ancient Asini including live
Beach volley competition in neighbouring Plaka beach.
End of September:
The Festival of the Fishermen. Marking the beginning of the
whitebait fishing season. Local fisherman offer whitebait and wine
and the Traditional Dance Company of Tolo display their talents for
all to enjoy.