Laerma

Apart from a couple of excellent tavernas there is not much tourism happening in Laerma, although one of the main reasons for perhaps visiting the area is the Monastery Taxiarchis Michail at Tharri 4km southwest.

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Kalavarda

Kalavarda is a picturesque village built near the ruins of ancient Kamiros, around 800m from the beach. It is located about 30km from the capital of the island and 15km from the airport.

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Kalathos

Partly traditional and partly a small resort town, the village of Kalathos offers one of the longest and most quiet beaches on the island.

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Profilia

Profilia, a village situated on the slopes of the mountain Gerakas. It is another picturesque traditional village of Southern Rhodes with white -washed houses.

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Psinthos

Very close to Faliraki is village Psinthos. Characteristics are the running waters in fountain Fasouli and the age long platania, which reveal the beauty of Rhodes countryside.

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Lardos

The beautiful and friendly village of Lardos, is on the sunny south east side of the island, within easy reach to Lindos Town.

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Eleousa

Once you arrive to Eleousa, you will find yourself in a tiny village surrounded by plane trees, at the heart of one of the most verdant parts of the island, offering pure country air and purling sound of running waters.

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Asklipio (Asklepieion)

In the southern part of Rhodes and not too far from the rapidly developing resort of Kiotari, visitors can find the small village of Asklipio. It features a superb Byzantine church and a medieval castle to offer as sights to its visitors.

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Lachania (Lahania)

Two plane trees, four water troughs, six tables... and undisturbed peace and quiet. Around you are the low white houses of the village with their blue doors and windows, their tile roofs and carved stone gateways.

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Salakos

Once famous for the wooden chairs produced in the village, Salakos now gets used to tourism, although its 600 inhabitants still keep up their old traditions.

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