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Ladiko Beach, Rhodes

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.

Infrastructure & things to do at Ladiko Beach beach:


Snorke-
ling


Scuba


Water sports


Canoes


Food


For kids


Showers


Beach loungers


WC


Parking

Ladiko beach is just a tiny cove, but offers everything you could possibly want! The sun beds have also spread over to the opposite shore with the rocks, ideal for those looking for some peace and quiet. Just a few meters further, you will find Anthony Quinn bay, so it is a bit of both worlds if you prefer. This is also an ideal place for snorkeling.

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