Found 6 posts tagged with ‘afandou’.

Mark Warner’s Holidays new resort in Rhodes

Jan 7th, 2012 Posted in News | Read the full story

Levante Beach Resort, a brand new 5 star hotel on the beach of Afandou in Rhodes is the new addition in the 2012 Mark Warner Holidays catalog. All rooms come with a balcony or terrace, en suite bath or shower, air-conditioning and satellite TV – and all are furnished in ...

Costa Cruises for golfers

May 10th, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

The Costa Deliziosa and Costa Luminosa will be offering to avid golf enthusiasts a state of the art simulator in combination with itineraries featuring stops at resorts with actual courses and dedicated excursions. Rhodes and the Afandou Golf Club will be one of the chosen ports of call.



Posted in Villages | Read the full story

Lying on a narrow, fertile and flat coastal plain, backed by some green hills the village of Afandou (or Afantou Greek: Αφάντου)1 is one of the biggest villages on Rhodes (pop. 5500). It is the seat of the Municipality of Afantou, located on the east coast of the island at ...

Traganou beach

Posted in Beaches | Read the full story

The beach of Traganou is situated is just over 15 km south of the city center of Rhodes, and just a few kilometres from Afandou and Faliraki. Located along the each coast, the beach consists of small light coloured pebbles and is boarded by crystal deep waters. Only a small ...

The east coast of Rhodes

The east coast of Rhodes

Posted in Resorts | Read the full story

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 ...

Afandou Golf on lease

Jul 28th, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

Greek government plans to lease out through an international tender the Afantou Rhodes Golf Course on Rhodes in an effort to improve tourism facilities.