Amenities & things to do at Afandou Beach (Afantou) beach:
Afandou Beach in Rhodes, with its blend of sand and pebbles, offers an array of amenities for visitors to enjoy. From thrill-seekers zipping across the water on jet skis to locals and tourists savoring fresh seafood at nearby tavernas, and sunbathers basking along the expansive shoreline, there's ample space for everyone without feeling cramped.
The waters at Afandou (Afantou) Beach deepen rather quickly, providing an exhilarating experience for swimmers. A mix of organized commercial areas and untouched sections cater to various preferences. Beach and water sport centers, quaint restaurants, fish taverns with rental rooms, and convenient canteens are sprinkled along the beachfront. Nearby, the Rhodes golf course awaits along the coastal road.
Not only are the waters at Afandou (Afantou) Beach of exceptional quality, but they also remain refreshingly cool, even during the peak of summer, offering an invigorating escape for all who visit.
How to reach Afandou Beach
Reaching Afandou (Afantou) Beach is easy
when you follow the Rhodes-Lindos national road (E95). From Rhodes Town,
continue past Faliraki, and approximately 2.5 km down the road, you'll
spot a sign guiding you towards Traganou and Afandou Beach. Traganou
(also known as Traounou), the initial stretch of Afandou (Afantou) Beach, is a
popular spot during the summer months. As you journey along the water's
edge, you'll discover more secluded areas of the beach where you can
enjoy the serenity of fewer or no fellow visitors.
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