Tsambika Beach (Tsampika)

Tsambika beach is long and broad with fine, golden sand and dozens of colourful little flags marking out the various eating establishments and beach sports centers. Tsambika is one of the most beautiful beaches on Rhodes.

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Agathi Beach

Agathi beach is famous for its fine sand and its shallow waters. On your way to the beach, you will see the Medieval Castle of Feraclos (Feraklos), which is also worth a visit.

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Stegna Beach

The beach resort of Stegna in Rhodes is characterized by relaxing and family atmosphere. It is located just 500 meters away from the village of Archangelos, ans it is an ideal place for people looking for relaxation and a traditional "village" feeling.

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Vlycha Beach (Vlicha)

Vlycha (Vlicha) is a little beach just before Lindos has a sun bed for everyone, while the sea here deepens smoothly and gradually.

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Ladiko Beach

Ladiko beach offers fine sand, small rocks, sun beds, umbrellas, tree-clad hills all around, emerald water, showers and a taverna. It is very popular, especially in August.

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Kolymbia (Kolympia)

Kolymbia (or Kolympia) is an organized, mostly sandy beach, but by no means as crowded as the neighbouring beach of Faliraki. The hotels in the area are mostly preferred by elderly visitors and families, so the atmosphere in the entire area is somewhat relaxed.

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Faliraki Beach

Faliraki beach is the most popular, and the most highly organized beach on Rhodes. More than 5 kilometers wide, here you can find anything you can possibly ask for.

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Tholos (Theologos)

A pretty colorful village with tall shuttered buildings and narrow streets, where the traditional way of life is still widely practiced, also featuring an excellent beach - although sometimes breezy.

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5 Reasons to visit Rhodes island

Looking for reasons and inspiration to visit Rhodes island? Rhodes offers unique opportunities to combine relaxation, memorable experiences and exciting activities. We give you 5 important reasons to visit and spend your holidays in Rhodes.

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Dodecanese islands. Rhodes and Symi are fit for the Gods

The Greek islands bask under endless sunshine from April to the end of October. And arguably the best of the weather is in the Dodecanese chain, 260 miles south-east of Athens and within a Zorba’s dance-step of Turkey. Dodeca means 12 in Greek, but in fact there are 16 islands here, the best-known being Rhodes and Kos. With such long summers, there’s plenty of time to plonk yourself down on a sun lounger on a Dodecanese beach.

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