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Set 0.8 mi from Toroni Beach, Porto Koufo Resort Bungalows offers a bar, a garden and air-conditioned accommodations with a terrace and free WiFi. Porto Koufo is a local version of heaven. The unit itself has a stunning view of the bay and mountains, and is located perfectly just a bit above the small village, which is easily accessible by either foot or car. Irene was absolutely great! very informative in the correspondence before arrival, then she picked us up from the bus station, and was available and happy to help with everything. She also generously offered us to check out late (we visited off-season, in October). The unit itself is basic, but well equipped, with a comfy sofa, a small dining table with 2 chairs, and a handy kitchenette. The "porch" has the most beautiful views you could expect, and we spent hours sitting and absorbing the beauty and serenity of the place. highly recommended!
Located a 4-minute walk from Porto Koufo Beach, StamFlor offers a garden, barbecue facilities and accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. We had nice balcony on the first floor and you could see the sea so it was very nice. Also there was a small kitchen area with utilities. Nice!
In lush surroundings 1969 feet from the beach of Koufos in Sithonia, El Capitan features a traditional, seasonal restaurant and snack bar. Svetlana is a very hospitable host. She runs a small hotel with a husband, very close to the beach and nice villages. We’ve arrived late in the evening, got thorough instructions and best view rooms. There is a small supermarket, so water and fruits were available after a very long day. Before check out we had time to examine a new beach just around the corner and had a nice breakfast at her restaurant. Could only recommend for short or longer stays.
Featuring free WiFi, Toroni Bay Studios offers self-catering accommodations with sea views in Toroni. Free private parking is available on site. Everything. Mr. Lazaros (the owner) was very attentive and helpful throughout our stay. Bottled water every morning as well as personal sun beds and umbrella on a beach (in front of the hotel, around 30 meters) are provided for free. Personally we liked that south part of Toroni - easy 10 mins walking distance to restaurants, beach is not overcrowded, quiet, outstanding view and overall is very relaxing. We will definitely recommend it to our friends and everyone. Thank you very much again!
Right across the Blue Flag Toroni Beach with free sun loungers and umbrellas, Eco Green Living features energy-saving apartments with views of Toroneos Gulf. Free WiFi is available throughout. Apartments are in the quiet part of Toroni. Excellent place for relaxing holiday. Apartments are very comfortable and nice, there is everything you may need, including good Wi-Fi speed. Furniture is new and the bed is very big. Especially we liked bio cosmetics, refreshed everyday. The cleaning is of a good quality. We also had a room with a big terrace. Overall apartments exceed our expectations. Special thanks to our host Magda, she can help we any issue. We felt being at home.
Set 0.8 mi from Toroni Beach, Porto Koufo Resort Bungalows offers a bar, a garden and air-conditioned accommodations with a terrace and free WiFi. Porto Koufo is a local version of heaven.
We had a car journey and a family stay in Porto Koufo, only one week unfortunately, wish it was longer. Located on the lower edge of Sithonia in the very quiet and peaceful area (if I'm not mistaken Porto Koufo means "Deaf Port", the name speaks for itself :-) and you have good accessibility not only to local beach, but also to excellent neighborhood like Kalamitsi, Toroni beaches, Porto Carras vinery etc. Since Porto Koufo is a fishing village you will never have any problem with the great choice of fresh fish both in tavernas and in small fish markets.
My personal view: Do not visit Porto Koufo and do not eat there. Go to Toroni at least, there is nothing at all to see in Porto Koufo. Restaurants are all next to each other and none is worth sitting and eating (or spending time) Very ordinary. If you have time and transportation, e.g. go to Panos Fish Tavern for its magnificent location or Taverna Leon for its enormous portions. For 7 days stay, we’ve eaten at Porto Koufo once and not really fond of it (@ O’Psaras) Summary: Go somewhere else to eat.
Porto Koufo is a small fishermen's harbour, with a splendid beach in a calm bay, lined by a handful of Tavernas, and a few low rise weekend houses owned by families from Thessaloniki. No tourist crowds, a phantastic beach, crystal clear, warm water, really nice and fair priced beach bars, calm, beautiful and by any means a great place for those tourists who love to be away from the masses, NOT eat Gyros Pita every day, and NOT go clubbing at night. Amazingly clean, and warm, dark blue to tourqoise water, thick-grained sandy beach (ca. 3mm), easy, gentle slope down into the deep water, no waves, the beaches facing south-west. Entirely lovely, traditional, not touristic Greek harbour/beach place.
Porto Koufo is a very small village in the southern part of the Sithonia peninsula. It is quiet and perfect for families with small children. Water is very clean but i got warned for sea urchins. Fortunately i didn't step on any but visitors should be warned. The port is very nice at night with the taverns around it. We visited Tzitzikas and have only good words for the personnel and the food. Everyone was very hospitable and pleasant with a service I rarely meet in Greece. Food was very tasty
My partner and I visited Porto Koufo way before the season starts (beginning of May), so don't take my review for granted if you are going to visit the place during the season. I expect it differs too much. During May, this place is idyllic. Quiet, not many people, warm enough. Not that warm to swim comfortably, but if it is sunny outside, it is possible to jump in for a quick swim. There are few tavernas near the main port and beware, one is really really bad (starts with Tz. something). The best one for us was O Psaras and we were coming back there for lunch. We saw a lot of fishermen and a few campers.
I loved the crystal clear blue water of the beach, it was like swimming in a pool, we traveled all around the second leg of Chalkidiki, and were mesmerized by the natural beauty. Will sure be visiting again. To discover the beauty of Chalkidiki you definitely need a car to get around.