Infrastructure & things to do
at Glystra Beach beach:
Lush greenery, sand and sea. The harmony of green and blue is only interrupted by the lazy motion of the red and yellow pedalos on the water. So why not just hire a sun bed and watch the canoes and pedalos go by.
You will find Glystra beach just after Lardos village, on your left hand. The waters here are shallow, so it is also suitable for younger children and kids. Sandwiches and water are available at the little restaurant. On the weekends it get's a bit more busy as the locals also like to gather at this beach, along with the beach of Lardos.
Lindos offers two different beaches actually, sharing the same bay. There are sunbeds and umbrellas everywhere, and the beaches are well occupied, but not necessarily crowded.
more about Lindos Beach
Elli beach in Rhodes Town, being one of the most popular Greek beaches among photographers, still retains something of its cosmopolitan aspect from the 70's, and is one of the most visited beaches on the island.
more about Rhodes Town Beach (Elli Beach)
This remote little beach is 45 km southwest of the city of Rhodes, on your way to the castle of Kritinia.
more about Kopria Beach