Anthony Quinn bay Faliraki
You may be wondering what and where this Anthony Quinn bay Faliraki is. Well, to begin easy, it is a small bay with crystal clear water and rocky surroundings with the most beautiful beaches on the island and is located in Kallithea 85100 Greece.
The beach was named after the actor Anthony-Quinn who purchased the place and where they shoot the Guns of Navarone. Its original name was Vagies bay.
It draws a huge number of visitors each day that make this site packed in all Rhodes. You can divide your time between resting on the rock that sits right at the center of the beach and exploring the island's coastline in boat tours.
Before you leave for an adventure, make sure you bring your wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, plenty of tan lotion to protect your skin from the sun, lots of drinking water if you plan to explore the cliffs above the bay, your slippers, swimsuits, towels and oh, the most important thing you need to capture the precious and unforgettable moment for this escapade - your camera. You will not regret bringing the camera with you. Let the adventure begin.
Faliraki port - this is where all the boats dock and ideally, it leaves the port by group otherwise it would be costly for you to rent the entire boat. Part of your itineraries is the following: Kallithea Spring is a blue and emerald crystal water that looks like a paradise.
The boat takes its move in a slowly paced motion so would enjoy the breathtaking views of the island and capture your moment with nature. Remember the camera? There is no hurry to go to the other side of the island because you will be able to visit all the areas during the day.
The whole area is organized. From the parking area, paths, umbrellas, shades, and reclining beach beds are all aligned Ladikou Bay is located on another side of the island. It is a little bit of narrow water where you can swim your heart out.
Swimming is the favorite past time here. Make sure that you put plenty of lotion before diving into its mesmerizing paradise or else you will get burn. Because one thing is for sure, you would not be able to resist the water even if you do not know how to swim you will just envy your friends who keep on jumping from the boat.
So if you plan to go to this Eden and do not know how to dive and swim, you better start looking for someone who will teach you as you cannot afford to go to the place and just looking your friends enjoying the water. You have all the time in the world to stay in the sea because the boat is good for the whole day's rent.
The boat stays most of the time in the sea so no hurry, hold your time with your loved ones, family, friends, and colleagues. Safety is also one of their priorities and so they have a team who handles your entire trip for your absolute enjoyment. They have the captain, the organizer and the service crews that serve as your lifeguard.
The diving site is absolutely safe since the water is crystal clear you would see what's underneath the water. Afandou caves - enjoy exploring the nearby caves with perfect and beautiful white clear sand. All part of your group will have a chance to visit all these caves.
This paradise is perfect for honeymooners, those who are dating and a family that loves beautiful nature. If you are adventurous enough, you can climb to the huge rocks and jump to the water.
I suggest having a GoPro cam so you can video your dive from the cliff down to the water. As you explore the island you can explore each cave and see what is inside. Just be careful though because you might cut yourself with sharp stones. So take it slow. Anthony Quinn Bay is also one of the perfect diving spots.
Here you can find hundreds of beautiful corals and therefore this is where you can find rare and unique kinds of school fish. And what’s more? You are also allowed to feed them.
Therefore, remember to bring is bread and of course snorkels, so you can swim down the water and see the beautiful fish while you are feeding them with your bare hands. Drinks and food onboard are provided, so it’s like you are having a picnic in the middle of the sea. I would give them two thumbs up.