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Afandou Beach (Afantou), Rhodes

Afandou Beach, being one of the longest beaches in Rhodes, is located 19 km south of Rhodes town. The village of Afandou (Afantou) lies around the natural bay. This beach offers some commercially organized parts, as well as parts that are not organized.

Infrastructure & things to do at Afandou Beach (Afantou) beach:


Snorke-
ling


Scuba


Water sports


Canoes


Food


For kids


Showers


Beach loungers


WC


Parking

Afandou beach in Rhodes comprises of sand and pebbles and offers many rental facilities. Young people racing their jet-skis, locals coming for fish at the local taverns, tourists soaking in the sun on the shoreline. There is ample room for everybody on the huge beach at Afandou, and no one feels crowded.

The water here deepens quite abruptly. Some sections of the beach are commercially organized while others are not. There are beach and water sport centers, a small number of small restaurants and fish taverns, of which some also offer rental rooms, and canteens just above the beach. On the coast road you will also find the Rhodes golf course. The waters here are of excellent quality, although as already mentioned, deep. The advantage here is that the waters also also very fresh, even in the height of summer.

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Commented by terri October 17, 2008

Stay just outside afandou in the sevilla aparts,great place nice and quiet.. they have a little train laid on to take you into afandou, they call it the whalley trolley. it takes about 15 mins but its nice little ride. recommend the 4seasons restaurant, the food is brill.

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