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Kopria Beach, Rhodes

This remote little beach is 45 km southwest of the city of Rhodes, on your way to the castle of Kritinia.
Amenities & things to do at Kopria Beach beach:
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Snorke-
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Scuba
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Canoes
Canteens or restaurants available

Food
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For kids
Showers available

Showers
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Beach loungers
Lavatories available

WC
Parking available

Parking

A hidden paradise with crystal clear waters, a beautiful pebbly beach. You will find only a handful of sunbeds, as well as a restaurant there. The beach is surrounded on both sides by fantastic rock formations, and the water is  warm and clean. The beach is usually not crowded.

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