The popular Greek Islands offer sightseers many activities, one of the key attractions of Greece is visiting the beaches or coastline. The appeal for sun and sand is the main reason for drawing people towards the sensational views of the shores. We would propose that the loveliest time to see Greece and enjoy its paradise like sandy beaches and crystal blue waters, is between June and October.
There are many diverse beaches, offered by Rhodes. The island of Rhodes offers an array of flawless sandy beaches with crystal blue waters, and varying facilities including taverns, bars, and watersports. The beautiful beaches on Rhodes have deep clear waters and are exceptional in every way. Their unique beauty makes them all worth a visit! Here are some of the most popular swimming places on the island.
The beach of Kalathos is located just under 50 kilometres south-east of Rhodes City. The beach itself is flawless and golden, and the waters are deep clear and clean. Wooden sun beds and bamboo umbrellas are there to use if you wish to hire. Kalithea is situated on the north eastern coast of Rhodes and is 10 kilometres from the capital of the island. The beach of Kallithea is famous for its hot medicinal springs It is a wonderful place with palm and pine trees and crystal blue turquoise waters.
Faliraki sits on the north-eastern part of Rhodes, and is 14 kilometres from the main city of the island. The shoreline of Faliraki is made of beautiful golden sands that run over 2 miles and guarantees people sun beds, umbrellas, many water sports, taverns, restaurants and beach bars. The beach of Traganou is situated is just over 15 kilometres south-east of the capital of Rhodes and just a few kilometres from Faliraki. The beach consists of small light coloured pebbles and is boarded by crystal deep waters. Only a small area of the seaside is organized the rest is left in a natural way. There is also a little fish tavern welcoming hungry travellers.
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