Very scenic part of the island and well worth a visit. Also the roads around this area are great for those who enjoy driving, lots of challenging corners and climbs and decents.
This beach is very clean and above all not crowded. This gives you the ability to relax in peace. If you are into it, it also offers a great opportunity to walk, as it is 7 km long and on most parts of the beach you will find a road just above which is not not busy at all.
Le 14 mai 2019. Très joli village en effet, Nous avons pu visiter la belle église blanchie à la chaux et avons pris un rafraîchissement sur la place.
Les habitants sont très sympathiques. Le village est placé sur la route de la vallée des papillons. Je recommande.
Memories include: Working the ski raft (George not yahannis), driving his vw to Kalathos to fetch the petrol for the ski boat, putting out sun beds, putting sun beds away, working for George taverna Pallas beach (collecting beer down from his shed on the hillside), living on giros rice and tinned mackerel and barbecued octopus for 4 months, sleeping on roof nibbled by goats. Meeting Bruce Foxton and David Gilmore (best mates with them) ;-). Making friends. Blue sky bar.
7th visit to Rhodes.
Can't wait to see the local beach And enjoy calamari at Klimis cafe.
Best holiday I've been on without a doubt. Its my
4th time back on July 24th 14, so excited!
Just returned home from our 42nd visit to Haraki, guess what ? we love it !!!
Mandriko is a genuinely Greek village. The people are friendly and genuine. It is not on the tourist track but the Church is beautiful and the local beach Kopria excellent.
Went to Haraki in July 2012 had a brilliant holiday so much we are going again in October can't wait lovely people cheap to eat & drink very relaxed & quiet !!!
Going back for the tenth time in July.
feels just like home
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