Amenities & things to do at Ixia Beach beach:
Long, partly pebbly, partly sandy, and usually wavy, the beach is mostly preferred by windsurfers. Some parts are privately owned by the hotels in the area. There are water sports centers from where you can rent windsurfing and surfing boards, as well as jet skis. Basically Ixia is a series of adjacent beaches rather than one single beach, most of them organized and operated by the seafront hotels. Some sections are public and others are private.
The large number and variety of hotels is also the first thing will catch your eye, extending as far as you can see, along and all the Sun-baked beach enthusiasts soaking up the sun at the pools or the beach, who throw themselves into all sorts of activities - water sports, shopping, tasting some of the specialties offered by the restaurants, which are constantly opening up along the main Ixia avenue, moving away from the rationale that was the norm until recently, which was to serve 'a bit of everything'.
All along the shoreline and other streets parallel to it, you will also find small commercial centers with anything you need. If all the above seems a bit too touristy for your taste, then carry on to the end of the beach (on the way to Kremasti village). If you are not actually staying here, ancient Ialysos, one of the most important archaeological sites on the island located on the hill of Filerimos, would probably be the most important reason for visiting this area.
Nestled in a serene coastal area, Pefkos (also known as Pefki) is a charming beach resort with a relaxed vibe. The area of Pefkos boasts of several smaller hotels and cozy rooms for rent, making it an ideal retreat for those who seek a quieter getaway. As you unwind on one of the chairs on the sandy bays, the towering pine trees provide a stunning backdrop, creating a perfect mediterranean ambiance for relaxation and rejuvenation.
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Looking for a vibrant beach with endless options? Look no further than Faliraki, the most popular and highly organized beach on Rhodes. With over 5 kilometers of coastline, you can find anything your heart desires - from beach fun and shallow waters to bars, nightclubs, restaurants, and water sports. And when it's time to rest, choose from high quality hotels and apartments for rent. This is the perfect destination for anyone seeking a little bit of everything in Rhodes, without staying in the hustle and bustle of Rhodes Town.
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Kallithea (Kalithea) beach is one of the most popular among the locals. It is composed of many small creeks covered with pine-trees. The waters are deep, so you will have to be a bit careful when swimming there.
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