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Siana, Rhodes

The village of Siana is built amphitheatrically on the slopes of Mount Akramitis, south of the City of Rhodes and north-east of the village of Monolithos.

From there, visitors can enjoy a superb view over the coast of Rhodes and the little neighboring islands. Accommodations, cafes and taverns can be found.

The village of Siana is famous for its excellent honey and its local wine, definitely worth a taste.

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