10 top beaches in Rhodes. A list of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Rhodes island.
This list will guide you and find them easily. Rhodes beach information.
It owes its name to the small chapel on a hill at one end.
The coast is small but popular.
It is a small bay with two beaches of sand and pebbles.
One offers comfort with sun loungers and canteens, while the other offers the tranquility
and relaxation the solitary visitor seeks.
The beaches also have small rocks ideal for diving in the turquoise waters.
A beach with lush, crystal clear waters, golden sand and pebbles, organized with sunbeds and umbrellas.
There you can enjoy diving from the rocks. Access is very easy on foot from Lindo’s settlement.
Located in the small, picturesque and quiet bay of Vagies, it is one of the most
famous beaches of Rhodes.
It owes its celebrity, in part, to the filming of the movie “The Canons of Navarone” made there,
starring the famous actress Anthony Quinn from whom she got her new name.
It is relatively close to the town of Rhodes (15 km southeast) and very close to Faliraki (3 km).
It is surrounded by rocks, has crystal clear waters and has a small pier
with the ability to anchor small boats.
Even Anthony Quinn Beach, because of its underwater morphology,
is ideal for lovers of underwater diving.
View from above the Rhodes beach that enchanted Anthony Quinn
and finally named after a series of adventures.
Prasonissi is located on the southern tip of Rhodes and is considered one of the most impressive beaches.
It is an ideal choice for surfing lovers.
It is an islet connected by two sandy inlets.
An organized beach, with restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, rooms to let and hotels.
There you will also find one of the traditional lighthouses.
The beach of Tsambika in Rhodes is distinguished for its natural beauty, it’s deep
blue waters and the impressive sand dunes that give the desert feel.
Its historical location also plays a key role.
It is next to the monastery of Panagia Tsambika, where it hosts it’s miraculous – for many – image.
For a while, you think you are in the African Sahara desert, with the hot golden sand stretching
thick and vast just before cooling into the oasis of the sea!
Tsambika beach in the south of Rhodes is worth at least a visit during your stay on the island.
One of the most famous beaches of the island, with quiet, crystal clear waters protected by the picturesque bay,
the two beaches of Lindos are located under the homonymous beautiful settlement
in the southern part of Rhodes, 48 km from the center of the Medieval City.
The beach has golden sand, clear blue waters and is organized with umbrellas, sunbeds,
taverns and mini markets. Swim, admiring above you the whitewashed settlement
and castle overlooking the hill.
Afandou Beach is approximately 22 km from the town of Rhodes and has a more family-friendly profile.
The beach is located after the large village, to the east side of the island.
Its long length allows for many choices, as it is organized only in some places
and you will easily find a more lonely place just for you.
A beautiful beach with pebble stones and crystal clear waters.
For those who love sports, there is also beach volleyball, beach soccer
and next to the famous Afandou golf course. Afandou Beach has been awarded the Blue Flag.
Four kilometers long, one of the most organized beaches on the island,
with water sports and bungee jumping facilities, umbrellas, sun loungers,
beach bars, restaurants, cafes, and water parks, is fourteen kilometers southeast of the city of Rhodes.
One of the must-visit, when you are in Rhodes, is the famous springs of Kallithea.
The beach of Kallithea lies next to the homonymous area with hot springs,
about 11 km south of the city of Rhodes. Awarded with a blue flag, it has fine pebbles and rocks,
is organized with umbrellas and sunbeds, and is renowned for its crystal clear waters.
The scene looks cinematic, since the shooting of the Greek film “The Dolma” starring Aliki Vougiouklakis.
The idyllic landscape is complemented by pines and palm trees that embrace the bay.
On the coast, there is a cafe open from 09.00, where you can relax, have a coffee and snack.
In Ladiko you will find one of the most picturesque beaches on the island.
It is a quiet beach, surrounded around by rocks,
leading to amazing clear turquoise waters.
The beach is organized with sun loungers and umbrellas and its fine sand is ideal for puddles for young swimmers.
Located in the city of Rhodes, it is a favorite choice for both locals
and visitors to the island of the Knights.
What makes it special is the fact that it has managed to preserve some of the glamors
and cosmopolitan essence that made it famous in the 1970s.
Designed as “the most perfect Mediterranean beach” by English author Lawrence Durell,
it is organized with umbrellas and sun loungers and along the way, you’ll discover several dining options.
The beach is sandy and is preferred by many locals and tourists for a lunch break.
Tip: The landmark of the coast is the famous trampoline,
from which you can dive in and feel like children again.