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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.
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This is a hidden paradise, a beautiful pebbly beach with crystal clear waters, sheltered from both sides by rocky terrain. 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.

Since the beach is quite small, it is advised that you visit early so you can get a good spot. It is also well combined with a visit to the castle of Kritinia and the village of Kritinia, so you could actually well spend half a day in this area exploring and enjoying a nice swim!

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