Water Sports

When you are on and island, you’ll naturally find opportunities for water sports everywhere. Rhodes is no exception and in fact because both sides of the island have different features means that the choice becomes even larger.

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Tsambika (Tsampika)

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

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Prasonisi

This is for sure one of the most impressive beaches on Rhodes, at its southernmost end. Two sandy coves ending in an island that you can reach on foot or by swimming, depending on the weather and the level of the water.

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Kallithea (Kalithea)

This is one of the most popular beaches among the locals. It is composed of many small creeks covered with pine-trees. The waters are deep, so you will have to be a bit careful when swimming there.

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Ialysos (Ialyssos)

This is one of the highly organized beaches on Rhodes, and many hotels are located in this area. Like Ixia, it is partly pebbly, and very popular to windsurfers as it is mostly windy and wavy as well.

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Faliraki

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

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Diving in Rhodes

Rhodes is a historic island which has been a crossroad of civilizations in antiquity. Boasting a unique culture, diverse nature, impressive architecture, perfect weather, beautiful coastlines and friendly people helps to make the island the first choice holiday destination for hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. Yet the beauty of Rhodes doesn’t end on the surface. An amazing world of supreme beauty is waiting for you under the sea, for some extraordinary underwater experiences!

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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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