Wonderful, fresh sand and a few canteens are the only ones you will find in Agathi. A beautiful, sheltered and comfortable beach, where the only sign of culture is the canteens, which offer about the same food – fried eggs, English breakfast, sandwiches, burgers, salads, french fries and skewers.
Camping is allowed, so take the sleeping bags and head to the cave at the end of the beach, which is an ideal place to spend the night. To get to the beach, follow the signs from Haraki (ten minute walk on a passable dirt road). In the middle of the route you will find the medieval castle of Faraklos. All the canteens on the beach rent sunbeds, umbrellas and have toilets and showers. There is also a telephone booth on the beach.
In this place, cell phones have no signal. The beach has large pebbles and is usually covered with algae that strong winds bring to the shore. The rocks make it somewhat difficult to access the green waters. But all this is not able to reduce the desire of the adventurous to explore and explore the natural landscape, most of whom are foreign vacationers.
It is one of the lesser known beaches of northwestern Rhodes. The many pines of the beach give the water a deep green color, but the constant winds cloud the waters. To reach the beach you have to follow the signs as you come from Monolithos in the direction of Rhodes, immediately after the village of Sianna (6 km of asphalt). The beach has two small taverns and a telephone booth.
The small and quiet Fourni beach offers no organization for food and umbrellas. Only pebbles in the sand and plenty of splashing in the waves. It is a beautiful beach below Monolithos, ideal for lovers of wild natural beauty. If you don’t have an umbrella, you need to get to the beach early to find a shade on the rocks on the right side of the beach. If you are looking for a more secluded and quiet place, prefer the end of the path that leads to the left.
On the beach of Fourni you will find a few pines, rocks for fun dives and many waves, as the western side of the island is wilder. You can also find even wilder coves and coves, with sand, large pebbles and little world. It is the ideal place for those who love waves and fishing. Follow the dirt road, as you cross the road that leads from Kattavia to Monolithos, opposite the solitary rock in the shape of a ship that emerges over the waves.
Kokkinogia is located in the southern part of Rhodes, sixty kilometers from the city of Rhodes before the village of Asklipieio. The beach, with pebbles and fine sand, has sports facilities, accommodation and rental vehicles. The beach stretches for three hundred meters.
Rich vegetation, sand and sea. In the harmony of green and blue, the lazy movement of red and yellow sea bicycles in the water intervenes. Glystra is a small beautiful beach with fine sand, popular with foreign tourists looking for peace and those who want to bring their own umbrella to the sea. Get water and sandwiches from the small restaurant, rent a sun lounger and swim in the sea, watching the canoes and sea bikes.