Category Archives: Tolo

Cycling tours in Argolis !

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If you enjoy cycling as much as we do, in Argolis you can find some great trails to stroll. Relaxed rides by the sea, secluded beaches where a car can’t reach and exciting climbs for all levels which take you to locations with breathtaking views . All this within a short distance from Tolo to discover on a bicycle. Bring your own bicycle or use one of ours.
We will be happy to show you these places you will never forget.
And when you return enjoy one cool dip in the swimming pool and a fresh fruit juice.

Carnival fiesta in Tolo !

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Carnival in Tolo is a long lasting tradition. An authentic fiesta with unique local character that has always fascinated children and grownups . Every year local associations and volunteers prepare the festivities and their special concern is to make every one join the party and have fun.
Now the organization auspices under the Municipality of Nafplio and it is ready to welcome locals and guests of the area at a weekend-long event that begins on Saturday, February 21, will peak on Sunday with a parade of floats and will be completed on Shrove Monday with kite flying and the traditional delicacies of Lent served on the seafront.
We would like to invite you in Tolo where you can relax and enjoy the colorful spree of the carnival fiesta.
Our hotels are ready to welcome you and provide a pleasant stay for you and your family.
Call us and get the best price for your stay. We will be happy to assist you!

A few words about Tolo

Tolo is an old fishing village which stretches along a beautiful sandy beach on the southeast side of the Argolic gulf. Its story begins on the early 19th century when Cretan veterans of the Hellenic war of independence moved to this sheltered place after a decision of the governor of Greece Ioannis Capodistrias. Initially the place was called municipality of Minoa honoring the Cretan origin of its inhabitants who became farmers or shepherds. Later the name of the village was changed into Tolo, a name which dates back to the dates of the Venetian occupation of the area.