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This beach is very nice to see. Along the beach you have nice Bärs for cold drinks. Price are normal. Beach is very full of tourist. You have also a nice walk on the main street. Near the beach you can parking free with a...More
Clean and gorgeous and everyone so friendly.
Water sports where really good and the staff were amazing. We had the pleasure of 2 ladies who worked there joining us on our ride as we needed a minimum of 4. Such lovely girls. The guy that...More
Stayed 4 nights here, went to beach twice.
Nice and clean with showers.
Sea crystal clear and calm.
Had to pay to go to the toilet though, and I do think the hire of sunbeds and parasols is cheeky at 5€ per item, can work...More
If I visit Rhodes I’d definitely stay at Faliraki. Lots to see and do, prices more reasonable than other parts of rhodes, the kids spotted a McDonald’s but the prices are not as cheap as U.K., but there’s lovely places to stop for food and...More
Wonderful clean sand, and crystal clear sea.
Some smaller pebbles and stones on entry, and sand gets very hot, so suggest some sort of footwear.
All the usual water sports available, at quite reasonable prices.
Fab food friendly staff was out here in June for our 1st visit & we are back for the 2nd visit of this holiday with my family young Maria & the lady in the Chinese dress are lovely will be back in June thank you...More
Always plenty of free sunbeds €10 a day for 2x beds and umbrella. Plenty of bins around as well so no excuse for rubbish and it shows as very clan beach. Lots of on the beach showers too. Sea very safe for families as much...More
Faliraki Beach is very nice. Clear and warm water with a lot of salt (close to the Red Sea). There is also a lots of fish to see if you like to snorkel. Because of only 4 Stars, is that there are also some stones....More
We were there mid August and it was mainly families we saw. There are a lot of bars and clubs which were all pretty empty. I think if it did get busier we were probably in bed by then! There was certainly plenty to entertain... More
We were there mid August and it was mainly families we saw. There are a lot of bars and clubs which were all pretty empty. I think if it did get busier we were probably in bed by then! There was certainly plenty to entertain the kids. We had a lovely family holiday and would highly recommend!
Faliraki has a reputation for nightlife, both in the beach area and along the main road through town. I don't know what it will be like towards the end of September but there should still be a decent choice of venues.