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Limni (Apolakkia) Beach, Rhodes

Limni beach is a wide remote stretch of beach on the lower west side of the island, just under the village of Apolakkia. It is out of the way and not the easiest place to get to, but you can still find some comforts, such as showers and a toilet block.

Infrastructure & things to do at Limni (Apolakkia) Beach beach:


Snorke-
ling


Scuba


Water sports


Canoes


Food


For kids


Showers


Beach loungers


WC


Parking

Sunbeds and parasols are usually only available during July and August. In close vicinity there are lots of places to get food, but do not expect to get something on the beach itslef, although you may be lucky as sometimes there is a canteen with a barbeque.

​It is a sandy beach, and it draws out slowly to the sea, making it safe for kids, though you will not find many families here. Since it is a long beach where you can find a very secluded place, It is also popular with naturists.

As with all beaches on the west coast, the sea can be wavy at times.

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