Toroni occurs after the Marmara and before Porto Koufo. In mythology, Toroni wife of Proteus, son of Poseidona.Ichni prehistoric settlements in the 3rd century BC and many other remnants of ancient, Christian and Byzantine temples, castles, etc. evidence that the area has been continuously inhabited since the Neolithic era.
Ancient Toroni Chalkidians settlers founded in the 8th century BC. In the 5th BC Toroni century was the most important cities of Halkidiki. It had its own currency and a member of the Athenian Alliance. Thucydides tells us that in 423 BC captured o Spartan Vrasidas. In 348 BC The city was taken by Philip II. In 168 BC conquered by the Romans and the city declined.
In the Byzantine era the land belonged to Agio Oros monasteries. Strong walls, etc. buildings were destroyed in the 19th century, when the Turks used the granite with which it was built, to cover the central roads of Constantinople and Thessaloniki.
According to recent results of excavations, it was found that o space inhabited from the late Neolithic Age to the Ottoman Empire. Architectural remains have been found, but it is very fragmentary, having been destroyed by the continued use of space. Particular emphasis was given by the excavators to the cemetery of the village’s iron age, the duration of which is that it covers the period from the end of the second century.by the middle of the ninth century .. In this cemetery 134 tombs were discovered with 118 being cremated and 16 simple burials.