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Katsouni Beach, Rhodes

Sandy beach with shallow sea water has length of about 1km. It is located in an attractive and quite tourist resort 3 km away from the village of Lardos.
Amenities & things to do at Katsouni Beach beach:
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Canoes
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Parking

Side roads of the main street from Lardos to Kattavia lead to the beach. The beach and the surrounding area offer sports facilities, rent a car, bikes, bicyclesand environmental activities are taking place such as photo and drawing competition seminar and clean up campaign.

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