On the northern banks of Lake Togo, Togovilles chief drawcard is its history. It was from here that voodoo practitioners were taken as slaves to Haiti. It was also in Togoville that chief Mlapa III signed a peace treaty that gave the Germans rights over all of Togo.
Today, the only attractions are the chief’s house, the church and the Artisanal, an art co-operative consisting of several buildings with artisans working in each. The nearby church has some beautiful stained-glass windows and pictures of the gruesome deaths of famous African martyrs.