Halkidiki Porto Koufo Beach
Porto Koufo beach Halkidiki: Porto Koufo, literary meaning Deaf Port, is one of the two ports of ancient Toroni and today is regarded among the safest and largest natural ports in Northern Greece. In the Medieval times, Porto Koufo was served as a haven for pirates who attacked Halkidiki. Nowadays, popular it is a small fishing village with peaceful atmosphere, ideal for relaxing vacation.
The beach is small, but beautiful set in a natural surrounding of dense vegetation, fae away from the centre of Halkidiki, 80 km south east of Poligiros. Many boats depart from Porto Koufo port to some of the most popular Halkidiki sights and beaches. The area around the village is ideal for trekking. Every year, in September, Porto Koufo hosts the Festival of the Tuna.