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Renovated Resort Hotels In Tolo, Greece, Welcome Visitors This Autumn


Paradise Lost Hotel

Paradise Lost Hotel

Greek resort hotels Paradise Lost and Frini located in Tolo, a seaside village ideal for family or romantic vacations in Greece, were recently renovated and are welcoming visitors interested in various forms of tourism. Both hotels have announced very attractive prices for travelers in October.

Due to their privileged location (only 10 minutes away from Nafplio in the Peloponnese), both hotels can be considered as the ideal accommodation options for tourists interested in exploring some of Greece’s most famed archaeological points of interest in Argolis and the Peloponnese in general (Mycenae, Epidavros, Mystras, Monemvasia and Olympia).

Tourists traveling for religious purposes will be happy to know that the Peloponnese is ideal for religious tourism as the destination is known for its many monasteries, churches and holy sites for different cultures (mosque, etc.). There are many sites for religious tourists to visit around the area of Paradise Lost and Frini Hotel.

Frini_Hotel_aithrioDiving tourism lovers will also find what they are looking for as crystal clear waters are very near. Tolo is ideal for scuba diving or snorkeling. The hotels can arrange lessons with experienced dive instructors.

Paradise Lost is located 100 meters from the sea and in a quiet and tropical environment with palm trees, large pool, children pool and jacuzzi. The beach of Tolo has a Blue Flag and is the warmest sea in Greece, according to measurements.

Frini Hotel is located as in the village center and only 15 meters from the beach. Modernly renovated, all rooms are spacious with modern decoration, spacious balcony and green views. The hotel is ideal for families with children, even for seniors, because access to the sandy beach is very easy and the sea deepens gradually.

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