Kokkinogia Beach, Rhodes

Kokkinogia beach is located in the south of Rodos Island, 60 km from Rodos Town before Asklipios Village.

Amenities & things to do at Kokkinogia Beach beach:
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Kokkinogia beach is located in the south of Rodos Island, 60 km from Rodos Town before Asklipios Village. Type of beach: Mostly with pebbles and little sand. It’s a resort beach. There are Sport facilities, accommodation and car rentals. The length of the beach is 300 m.

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