Porto Koufo Village in Halkidiki

Information About Porto Koufo

Porto Koufo village Halkidiki: Porto Koufo is a tiny fishing hamlet located 80 km south east of Poligiros, the capital of Halkidiki, south west of Sithonia penisula. The village has an impressive history, even mentioned by Thucydides, the famous ancient Greek historian, who refers to Porto Koufo as Kofos Limin, meaning the deaf harbor.

In the Medieval times, the harbor of Porto Koufo was used by the Turkish pirates and in the Second World War its strategic location in the Aegean Sea made it a convenient base for the German Navy. Surrounded by a wild and rugged landscape, the village also has a small beach, ideal for families. In the surrounding area, there are many other lovely beaches, such as Tristinika and Toroni.

In mid September, the village of Pouto Koufo celebrates the Festival of Tuna Fishing. These are game fishing day trips organized by experienced captains. The rocky shoreline of Porto Koufo has many caves that can be visited by boat. The region is popular with tourists, particularly families and romantic couples. The lush green landscape provides lovely walking paths.

Things To See And Do In Porto Koufo

Activities & Entertainment

No reviews, be the first one to write one!

Our Travel Services in Halkidiki

Explore our travel services & make the most out of your Halkidiki holidays!

Do you Need a Free Travel Quote?

We can help you organize a unique travel in Greece.

Just sent us a request and will answer you we a free quote.

Who is Greeka (Licence No: PK-01-7031)