Traganou beach, Rhodes island east coast


The atmospheric Traganou beach, with its well-known cave at one end, is only 4 km from Faliraki and 15 km from the city of Rhodes. Sunshades and sun loungers are only available at a certain points along the beach, otherwise the whole beach is yours to enjoy freely, picking a spot to lay your beach […]

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A mere 15 km from the bustling capital is the village of Afantou. Despite the level of tourism, the residents have retained their customs and traditions and are particularly welcoming to visitors. The village has managed to retain its charm with buildings in keeping with local architectural tradition. The surrounding area is characterised by its […]

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Kolympia, Rhodes island


The resort of Kolympia, 6 km south of Afantou is an ideal place to spend a simple day of relaxation, to recharge worn down batteries, swimming or fishing in its lovely azure waters.

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Beach of Tsampika, Rhodes island


This long beach with golden sand is 26 km south east of the capital and offers water sport facilities. After having a swim, make your way up to the monastery of Panagia Tsampika (the Virgin Mary of Tsampika), sitting at the top of an imposing rock. Local legend has it the Virgin Mary of Tsampika […]

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Adjacent to Archangelos is the simply beautiful Stegna, with its small harbour lined with bars, cafés and restaurants where delicious local dishes can be sampled. Its pebble beach also has facilities for water sports. For accommodation- apartments overlooking the harbour are available.

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Village of Archangelos, Rhodes island


On the way towards the south coast, 28 km from the city of Rhodes, is Archangelos, the island’s largest village and an important tourist resort. Originating from the Middle Ages, the village was deliberately sited inland as a form of protection from frequent pirate raids. At first glance Archangelos is a stereotypical concrete clad provincial […]

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