Toroni beach in the village of Toroni is an extremely long “Blue Flag” beach that lives up to all the hype. This beach is so large and the tourists so few that it almost always appears to be quite empty. The setting of Toroni beach is quite spectacular with the ruins of the old Byzantine castle – Likythos, as its trademark. At the base of the ruins, the harbor affords some spectacular snorkeling and diving opportunities, here you can see the sunken ruins of the ancient town.
Toroni beach is very well organized with restaurants and beach bars lining the boardwalk and many provide sun beds and umbrellas, but still these are minimal so as not to take away the beauty of the beach.
To walk on the course grains of sand both on the beach and in the water is like walking on a cushion of air. The water in Toroni gets deep quickly, so parents should be attentive to their children, but over all it is a good family beach and is great for swimmers and even fishing in the evening twilight.
What’s great about Toroni BeachLarge sandy beach that never gets crowded. Good for families who want rest or action.
And what’s not…Not a party beach and a tour boat from Kassandra arrives each day to drop off crowds of tourists for 2 hours on the beach.
Toroni beach is easily accessed by entering Toroni off the main Sithonia road. The town is built along the beach road so you can’t miss it.