To the north of Kalythies lies Koskinou, which was first mentioned in records during the 5th century AD. Wandering through the alleys of this delightful colourful medieval village, past the fine examples of the local architectural tradition with bright façades of different colours, is like steeping back in time; a quick glance through an open […]

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Hot springs of Kallithea, Rhodes island


Close to the town of Rhodes, about 11 km away, is Kallithea, with its exotic beach lined with palm tress that cast elaborate shadows on the sand. Renowned for its hot thermal springs, during the Italian occupation a spa was constructed in an Arabic style and visitors can still enjoy a relaxing thermal bath in […]

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19 kms, south of the capital, is the beautiful village of Kalythies, seat of the Municipality of Kallithea and notable for the cave of Saint George (to spilaio tou Agiou Giorgiou) where the remains of a human presence from the Neolithic period have been discovered (5000 – 3700 BC).

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Not far from Faliraki is Psinthos, a village where stunning examples of nature’s beauty are hidden behind every little corner, delighting any sightseer, who stops at the Fasoula spring to drink its cool refreshing water. Age-old plane trees, whose shade provide a welcome relief in the summer, are plentiful in and around the village including […]

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Beach of Faliraki, Rhodes island


Attracting thousands of tourists of all nationalities, Faliraki, 12 km from the capital Rhodes, is renowned for its youthful ambiance and the inexhaustible enthusiasm for partying until dawn. The area has very good hotels and a well-organised beach stretching for 4 km that is one of the most beautiful in Greece. Besides a water park, […]

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Ladiko and Antony Quinn Bay in Rhodes island

Ladiko – Anthony Quinn Bay

Amongst the most stunning and popular of the island’s beaches, 15 km south east of the capital and 3 km from Faliraki, is that at Anthony Quinn Bay, named after the star of the 1960s box office hit “The Guns of Navarone”, which was filmed in the region. It is easy to understand why the […]

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