Chorto (Greek: Χόρτο) is a village is the municipal unit of Argalasti in Magnesia, Greece.
Its population in 2001 was 133.
Chorto is located by the Pagasetic Gulf and offers a beach that are filled with hotels and restaurants. The area around Chorto lies the ancient city of Spalathra, the community saw an increase between World War I and the World War II as an agricultural centre of olive which are produced in the southern Pelio up to its nearby port.
Chorto is a well organized village, offering visitors many comforts and amenities.
Around the village’s center you will find a great choice of restaurants and traditional tavernas, offering great food and local dishes featuring the unique Pelion cuisine. You may enjoy your drink, traditional sweets, coffee or coctail at the available cafe and bars.
Starting from Chorto, you can follow clearly signed natural and cobblestoned paths and guide yourself through wonderful routes, discover beautiful destinations and beaches in neighboring villages.
Chorto is a picturesque and traditional village and an ideal base for your holidays as it provides easy access to various sites and other villages of Pelion such as Milina, Argalasti and Lafkos. For those who have their own or rent a car, there are many routes and destinations to coastal or mountainous villages, ideal for a daily excursion.
Chorto is a charming village to visit and the friendly and hospitable locals make visitors feel at home straight away. During the summer months, several local festivals take place, with traditional music and dance, so you are invited to come and join in.