coast of rhodes

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Faliraki

Faliraki

Posted in Featured, Resorts | Read the full story

Situated on the east coast of Rhodes, at about 14 km south of the capital, Faliraki is one of the island's most developed beach resorts, renowned for its almost 4 km long stretch of wonderful sandy beach and its active nightlife. There is a constant development and transformation in Faliraki ...


Fallow deer rescued

Feb 1st, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

A rhodian male fallow deer (dama dama) was spotted by fishermen at Plimiri, swimming out at the open sea, on the south east coast of Rhodes. The fishermen were able to guide the deer back to the coast. Watch the video.


Petroto villas in Kiotari Rhodes

Petroto villas in Kiotari Rhodes

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Petroto villas with pool, is a newly built (2008) complex of 4 genuinely designed vacation villas. Located in a perfect spot on a hill above the beautiful beach of Kiotari, offering with a stunning view to the Aegean Sea, surrounded by olive trees and vineyards. Kiotari is a beautiful resort ...


The west coast of Rhodes

The west coast of Rhodes

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Populous resorts, important archaeological sites, picturesque villages await us on the west side of the island. Following the road to west we cross the great coast of Ixia where the island's Miami-beach style hotels are clustered and reach Ialissos (Trianta) at 8 km, a townlet surrounded by orchard. One should ...


The east coast of Rhodes

The east coast of Rhodes

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The west coast of Rhodes is subject to shore winds and can be rough, but is a windsurfer’s paradise. The east coast is more sheltered with moderate winds. In this part you will find the best beaches of the island. Kalithea with its marvelous landscape attracts the younger people. Faliraki ...


Earthquake’s aftermath

Jul 16th, 2008 Posted in News | Read the full story

Fortunately, yesterday's tremor left the island untouched. According to the Institute of Geodynamics at the National Observatory of Athens, the incident had a magnitude of 6.3 in the Richter's scale with the epicenter at 70 km depth in the sea area at 30 km south of the coast of Rhodes ...


Photos from Queen’s Sofia visit in Rhodes

May 21st, 2008 Posted in News | Read the full story

Hellomagazine publishes an article with photos of the recent visit of Queen Sofia of Spain in Rhodes. "As the Mediterranean sun beat down from above Sofia rode atop a donkey to the highest point of Lindos - a small town and archaeological site on the east coast of Rhodes..."