The rocky peninsula proves that Toroni has been inhabited continuously since Neolithic times.
This was one of the most important cities in ancient Halkidiki, which was destroyed in the 6th century AD by raiding barbarians.
Traces of a prehistoric settlement have also been found here. The beach of Toroni extends to over 2km in length.
• On the Lykithos headland stood the second acropolis of Toroni, and the remains of a Byzantine fort can still be seen, probably destroyed during the Ottoman occupation.
• The early Christian temple dedicated to Agios Athanassios (St Athanassios). It was built in the 5th century and is a three-nave basilica. A fire destroyed it in the 6th century and another temple was built on its foundations, which was also destroyed later. The mosaic of the middle nave is still preserved today.