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Faliraki Beach, Rhodes

Faliraki beach is the most popular, and the most highly organized beach on Rhodes. It is more than 5 kilometers wide and here you can find anything you can possibly ask for. Beach fun, shallow waters, bars, night clubs, restaurants, water sports, hotels and apartments to rent; this is the go-to place in Rhodes if you are looking a little bit of everything, but prefer not to stay in Rhodes Town.
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Faliraki is like one big funfair, with a vast, multi-ethnic crowd tirelessly in pursuit of pleasure, day and night & in the morning, on the famous beach with its striped umbrellas, at night in the narrow streets with all their bars, clubs, cafes, fast food chains and restaurants

At the beach of Faliraki, visitors can find impressive golden sand, small rocks and pebbles. Different parts of the beach are very well organized with many trendy beach bars. Occasionally parts of the beach in front of certain hotels are reserved only for their guests.

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Water sports, cafeterias, night clubs, restaurants, bungee-jumping, places for shopping and more, Faliraki offers everything you can possible ask for. If you get hungry, you can choose from over 60 restaurants of different types, such as traditional Greek cuisine, Chinese food, international cuisine or Italian restaurants.

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At the impressive Faliraki Water Park, which is currently the biggest in Europe, you can enjoy water slides, a lazy river, black holes, rafting slides, the giant slide (about 140m long), kamikaze slides, a huge wave pool, an aqua-gym, poll-cafes and much, much more. A part of the water park is especially designed for children. 35 fully trained and certified lifeguards guarantee for your safety.

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Faliraki Beach © Rhodes Guide / RhodesGuide.com

Faliraki Beach © Rhodes Guide / RhodesGuide.com


Local attractions include the archaeological site at Sarantapichos (near the village of Kalithies), which was probably part of an ancient acropolis. You can also visit the old monastery of the Prophet Amos on a hill just outside Faliraki.

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Faliraki Beach © Rhodes Guide / RhodesGuide.com

Faliraki Beach © Rhodes Guide / RhodesGuide.com

Faliraki Beach Frequently Asked Questions

What is the distance from Rhodes city to Faliraki?

The distance from Rhodes city to Faliraki Beach is 14Km. It takes an average of 20 minutes to drive from the center of the city of Rhodes to Faliraki.

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What is the distance from Rhodes airport to Faliraki?

The distance from Rhodes airport to Faliraki is 18Km. It takes an average of 25 minutes to drive from Rhodes airport to Faliraki.

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Is there public transport to Faliraki?

Faliraki is connected to Rhodes town, Rhodes airport, and many other locations via public transport (bus and taxi). The road is well maintained. Parking is available.

What is the nightlife like in Faliraki?

Faliraki offers excellent nightlife opportunities. There are many bars, night clubs and restaurants along the shoreline and the famous bar street. It is worth mentioning that Faliraki was once famous for it's extremely intense nightlife lived by visitors of the British 18-30 Club, but this is no longer the case. While today's nightlife in Faliraki is still well lived, there are no extremes and we would argue that it is a very pleasant location to spend the evening.

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Faliraki Beach reviews & comments

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We were in Faliraki on a Family Vacation for 2 weeks beginning of September 2019. The weather was still very nice and warm, as was the ocean. There is a water park nearby, which was also very interesting and we had lot's of fun there with the kids. There is a small shopping complex on the main road, as there are also allot of restaurants and bars. It is also not far from Rhodes Town, just about 15 minutes by bus.

Commented by Garry Morgan February 27, 2020

Just amazing for family holidays! We were there last year (2018) and we think Faliraki is the best resort on Rhodes for our children. The sea is not deep, and the facilities are just excellent. Highly recommended!

Commented by Marcus Schmidt May 16, 2019

I think it is a nice beach offering many kinds of activities if you are looking for something like this. Parasailing, banana boat rides. Quite a large selection of places to eat of just have a drink and chill, including some nice beach bars. The closer you get to the centre the more places you will find available. The waters are warm. Great place for a visit, recommended.

Commented by Jack P. May 13, 2019

It's like a cross between a ghost town and the wild west. A total nightmare if you are looking for the real culture of Greece. nast bars , grim.

Commented by moo May 11, 2012

Going to faliraki end of August and looking forward to stay there for an week!
I wonder if it is nice to bike there and if the traffic is nice to the bikers? Sombody knows something about that?

Commented by jallis June 02, 2011

We are off to Faliraki AGAIN end of August, it will be our 11th time. First went in 2000, it was full on in those days never saw any trouble we were in & bar street everynite / morning. People so friendly, beaches beautiful some lovely restaurants to be found, just ask locals to direct you to Manolis or Kabos. Get the boat to Rhodes town, well worth a visit! Go along to bar Bliss ln club street. Nicos & Yiota will make you very welcome best cocktails on the island. We are not young but Faliraki has something for everyone even a funfair!! forgot to mention the Orion restaurant great food lovely family run place great value for money. So give Faliraki a try. You wont be disappointed, and you will certainly will be made very welcome by the wonderful Greeks.

Commented by Jane May 28, 2011

THE BEST ever holidays I had with the family!!
I recommend it for relaxing family holidays!!
BEST beaches on the island! Combines everything you want!!!

Commented by Lisa July 06, 2009

went 4 a week in august, it waz amazing, ldz of drinks, ldz of girls, plenty of sun best holiday eva

Commented by connor October 2, 2008

Faliraki!!!
was an amazin holiday best eva!
everyone was dead friendly none trouble in fact im thinking of goin to work there this summer it was so good.
clubs n bars great but can easily relax aswell x

Commented by Siobhan June 18, 2008

I went to Faliraki May 2007 for 2 weeks and loved every minute of it. Best holiday i have ever been on. Was a bit worried at first when i heard all bad things about the place but there was no trouble while we were there and we were in the bars and clubs most nights. Spent most of the holiday on the beach and at the water park which is well worth a visit. Loved the place so much im thinking of going there for a week in September :o)

Commented by Kay June 15, 2008

Hi im looking for people I met in faliraki july 05. was the best experience of my life and ended up workin out there was gunna work the season but I went home and found out I was pregnant! I wish I could afford 2 live there it is the most amaz in the world! something 4 everyone and u can never get bored there! Love it!

Commented by tammy March 14, 2008

I'm coming to Faliraki in June.
And im so excited.
Many of my friends were there before and said it was great for their first holiday.
Me and my friends are excited and espically as it's out first girl holiday.
The write up's have made us even more excited I just hope it all goes well.
But are let you know after :)

Commented by Kristi February 28, 2008

Hiya! Im going to Falaraki on September 5th for a week with a couple of my mates! I cant wait but im worried it might be a bit out of season, will it still be busy? warm? and will the clubs be open? or will I be playing Bingo. Could someone let me know please! Thanks!

Commented by Nat August 24, 2007

been there many times and i will go there as many more times as I can go

Commented by thomas kakiou August 12, 2007

Got back from Faliraki 2 days ago n im missin it. The night life is intence n i luved every second of it in deff goin back next year all the gory storys are untrue I didnt see 1 scrap of trouble while on a night out and I was out clubbing 80 percent of the holiday.

Commented by scott July 16, 2007

I was in Faliraki for practice last summer. it was the best holidays in my life, night life in Faliraki is fascinating, the best for us was Q club, in main season there were also beach parties, the biggest of summer is always in Lindos but in Faliraki it is not less fun. People there are very friendly, in Bondi bar in the bar street work nice boys :)). I have many friends from hotel the hotel where I worked and students from Slovakia also. I will never forget this holiday and this summer I will go again of course

Commented by ivana January 31, 2007

This is our first Europe holiday as normally go furtrher afield. We will definitely be coming back next year. What a fantastic experience. Please do not listen to the stories, come and try for yourself. The beaches are beautiful and clean. Losts of places to eat even McDonalds if you like that. If you want greek restuarants you have to ask the locals who are very helpful and will lead you in the right directions. It is very safe to venture out by yourself. My holiday was worth every penny.

Commented by Yvonne & Clive August 27, 2006

Me and three of my friends went to faliraki in july 06, it was the best hols ever, we are going back next year. The beach and water sports are great and it doesnt cost that much for the activities. The night life is great, the best club to go to is Q club the staff are great and are really friendly. We where are sad about having to come home. Well recommended ignore any horror storys you hear they are rubbish.

Commented by tracy rae/gallacher August 16, 2006

Went to Faliraki in 2005, had the best time. I am going back for 4 months this year!! It was so good last year we stayed an extra week and I still didn't wanna come home. The night life is AMAZING... Went on the best glass bottom boat and swam with fish!! Something for everyone...

Commented by Brian Hobbs May 02, 2006

I went to faliraki last september and it was fantastic best holiday eva!!! I was worried at first but as soon as i got there that worry went so many gorgeus friendly fellas! everyone helps I love it just booked 2 go again this year!!! cant wait!!

Commented by Danielle March 06, 2006

Ee went to faliraki in summer 2003 for staceys b.day it was the best holiday of our lives ! its absoloutley brill there !!!

Commented by stacey nd soph !x! October 4, 2005

Faliraki is the best. there is so much to do. I have been there 2 months now and still not done every thing. the water park is great. we love it. 2005

Commented by sarah and kelly July 14, 2005

Been going to Rhodes for 8 years and as always Faliraki is good fun..

Commented by nina dessypris April 26, 2005

Me and my mate were in faliraki in July 04 and had the best time ever. The clubs were the best and met so many really nice people. would diffently go back.

Commented by Zara February 01, 2005

Me and my girlfriend had a fantastic stay in Rodos and Faliraki in summer 2003. It was great and we would love to come again. The water park was fantastic! You should visit it.

Giannis & Katerina

Commented by GIANNIS & KATERINA ATHINA GREECE July 17, 2004

We are about to go to Faliraki for the third time in June, my bf and I love it, do not take any notice of the bad publicity its been getting its untrue. We love Rhodes xxxxxx

Commented by Liz Kelly May 26, 2004

This place has a crazy nightlife! It is probably the best spot on the island if you intend to get wild in the nights. We loved every minute in Faliraki. Only problem was the crowds, but thats also what makes the place so intense.

Commented by Martha February 05, 2004

I was in Faliraki last year. I had a fantastic time, went on my own and had no problems, people there were very friendly! Visit the water park, it is great!

Commented by Christina February 04, 2004

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