It turns out to be your best destination in case you will want to experience sprawling beaches or the secluded and rocky coves. The majority of the beaches are outspoken for cool sweeping wind and being the favorite for most of the surfers to hang out. They are a paradise for global tourists. If you are a newbie to this island, you will have to employ the services of travel guides who will take you to popular holiday beaches of your choice and help you with what to do and see during the time. For your benefit, it would be prudent to take you through a few famous beaches on this island.
This comes as a wonderful sandy beach located 50km from the capital on the southeast coast of Rhodes. It features crystal
clear waters and generally, the beach is very clean. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas which you can hire depending on your needs. Its beach bars are at your service to quench your thirst, but you can use them for beach parties.
This is the longest beach on the island. Despite the fact that it can get crowded, you can choose to walk down to those quiet and relaxed places. There are plenty of activities going on for the families including watersports on a daily basis together with wonderful restaurants and Travers.
Located near the capital on the northwest of the island, this beach is majorly shingle and pebble. If you are a diehard fan of kite and windsurfing, do not miss the 6-8 pm the daily west coastline wind attacks. The beach is gold for surfers
from around the world and is a perfect pick if you want to train your old kid’s windsurfing for the first time.
This is a beautiful sandy beach located in the vicinity of the Tsambika monastery. With an amazing view and crystal clear waters, the beach is quiet and lovely such that you can help but hire a sunbed and umbrella to harness this beauty.
Keep your kids entertained with its watersports.
This beach is one of the smallest beaches located in Ladiko. It has massive rocks, pools and shelves and which explains why it is a favorite for visitors and residents in equal measure. The beach features romantic coves and small bays with each cove having a Taverna where find have a taste of the most delicious grilled fish on the island.
For families, this is one of the most popular beaches in Rhodes. The beach has crystal blue Aegen lapping in the sand. Besides the availability of Tavernas which will keep you watered and fed, let your kids enjoy the watersports. If
you walk around aimlessly, you won’t miss finding some shallow inlet which is perfect for bathing and snorkeling.
Haraki Rhodes: is found 36 km far from Rhodes town. It is truly tranquil with completely clear waters perfect for swimming, water sports, scuba diving and etc. The beach has a beautiful scene like the beaches near, for example, Kokkini Ammos beach (Red Sand) and Agia Agathi beach. A few bars are found in close separation offering some decent fish dishes.
This turns out to be one of the most organized nudist beaches on the island with sunbeds and umbrellas too. It
is a very popular beach located south of Faliraki town. You will find light and sun shingling with rocky and sandy outcrops in the bay. It is a must go for those who would wish to go natural during their vacations.
Prasonisi is a geological formation that resembles a small island, southwest of Rhodes. Due to the accessions of sand, it unites with the island of Rhodes.
It is 90.8 km from the center of Rhodes, 12 km from the village of Katavia and 40 km from Lindos. The whole area is an important habitat and is of great environmental interest.
According to the 2011 census, it is not inhabited and together with Katavia, Agios Pavlos and Machairia constitute the Local Community of Katavia of the Municipality of Rhodes.
Gennadi is a seaside village on the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese, at an altitude of 30 meters. According to the 2011 census it has 671 inhabitants and with the implementation of the program, Kallikratis from 2011 constitutes the Local Gennadi Community of the Municipality of Rhodes. At the 2001 census, it had 665 inhabitants and according to the Kapodistrias program, Gennadi was the seat of the municipality of Southern Rhodes.