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Ammoudes (Faliraki)

Ammoudes is located at the northern part of the long, sandy bay of Faliraki. It has a lifeguard, life saving equipment and handicap facilities via the hotel Rodos Palladium.


Agathi beach

Agathi beach was until a few years ago one of the hidden treasures of Rhodes. It is located on the east coast, 38 km from Rhodes, at a walking distance from resort of Haraki. To get to the beach you turn left on the road that guides from the junction ...


Kastellorizo

Kastellorizo

Kastellorizo (Greek: Καστελλόριζο) or Megisti (Greek: Μεγίστη) is a tiny border island at the most eastern point of Greece, very close to the Turkish coast (3 km). It is part of the Dodecanese group of islands distant about 110 km (68 mi) on the east of Rhodes. The current population ...


Apollakia biotope

Nearby the village of Apollakia, a biotope was naturally formed as a result of the construction of a watering dam. The visit to the dam is a “must” for bird watchers. Nature lovers will appreciate the area. The visit to the dam can be combined with a visit at the ...


Lindos Captain houses

Lindos is studded with these lovely old residences, hearkening back to the 16th and 17th centuries, when they were constructed by wealthy merchant seafarers as visible evidence of their success. Some were destroyed or badly damaged in the earthquake of 1610, which devastated Lindos, but they were rebuilt sympathetically to ...


Lipsi islands

Lipsi or Lipsoi (Greek: Λειψοί) are a cluster of small, picturesque islands in lying in the southeastern Aegean between the islands of Leros and Patmos. Their collective name is taken from the name of the largest island Lipsi or Lipso.


The Dodecanese islands

The Dodecanese islands

The Dodecanese is complex of over 163 Aegean islands and islets, of which only 26 are inhabited, situated at the most eastern part of the Greek Archipelago, at the borders of Europe. You will find here a wonderful blend of architectural styles of eastern and western cultures. The islands have ...


Symi’s Past Life – A Chequered History

Symi’s Past Life – A Chequered History

Symi, for all its tiny size, has always featured prominently in Greek history and mythology. The first documented inhabitants were the Carians, then the Leleges and after these the Phoenicians, fabled for their great seafaring prowess. The port of Niborios, 2km northwest of Yialos, was once a great commercial centre ...


Monastery of Taxiarchis Michail Panormitis

Monastery of Taxiarchis Michail Panormitis

No trip to Symi would be complete without a visit to its wonderful monastery of Taxiarchis Michail Panormitis. The monastery is situated on the sea front of the tiny village of Panormitis, on the southern coast, protected by a narrow inlet that opens out into a wide harbour and small, ...


Lardos beach

Lardos beach is a Blue Flag (2008) awarded beach, situated on southern end of Pefkos bay, at about 3 km from the village of Lardos and 57 km from Rhodes town center. The beach of pure lava sand and pebbles, is well organized and doesn't get very crowed, even ...

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