Anthony Quinn Bay

Anthony Quinn Bay, Faliraki: Address, Anthony Quinn Bay Reviews: 4.5/5

Anthony Quinn Bay
4.5
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This lovely inlet and beach sits adjacent to the already listed Ladiko Beach. It is where several scenes were filmed for the "Guns of Navarone" motion film, which featured the actor Antony Quinn, hence its name.
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Wetravelalot12
London301 contributions
Apr 2022
Anthony Quinn Bay is a beautiful inlet of water with crystal clear waters. There is free parking at the top, the some steps to climb down to the bay. On the stony beach, there are sunbeds and umbrellas to hire. The waters are very clear so good for snorkelling although we didn't see many fish. As we visited in April, the water was blooming freezing! There is a bar at the top called Kounna Beach & Resto Bar. It has fantastic views across the bay. Due to the time of year we visited, it wasn't very busy, but I can imagine in high season that the beach gets very crowded and lots of boats come into the bay and drop anchor.
Written May 13, 2022
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Gaz W
Dudley, UK28 contributions
Aug 2020
One of the most stunning sunrise locations I have ever been to.
I don't say that lightly, as a photographer I have been fortunate enough to see some breathtaking locations at the most beautiful times of the day.

Anthony Quinn Bay is a small bay with a small pebble beach. But the combination of the bays shape, combined with the carious large rock formations in the sea make it truly breathtaking.

During the summer, the sun rises in the centre of the bay opening, flooding it with soft golden light.
The sides of the bay are lined with rocks and trees giving you one of the most stunning views you will ever see.

At the top of the bay, you have a small bar and restaurant that sells amazing food and a large selection of drinks, juices and milk shakes.
Written August 27, 2020
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alexandjess130517
Gravesend, UK11 contributions
Oct 2020 • Couples
Fantastic little beach, despite the stones and rocks being very painful to walk on. Pedalo hire allows you to go all the way out to the end of the peaks of the two mountains and if you anchor your pedalo using one of the buoys then you can jump in to the water for a swim and even a snorkel. I saw a few rather pretty fish. There is a great little bar/cafe that does the best burger for the best price. I think the cafe is called Kinnou and the burger was only €8.50. For that you get a huge burger and a decent portion of chips. They also do really good coffee. Overall a fantastic place to visit with great views and a busy environment. Very popular and would very highly recommend if your in Rhodes. Rather large car park which is free with another beach on the other side of the mountain. The pedalos cost €20 for an hour and they give you snorkel masks for free.
Written October 21, 2020
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Vassilis Ipsilantis
London, UK284 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
It's absolutely breathtaking view and an unforgettable experience the beauty of the small natural harbour with crystal clear water, relaxing atmosphere and delicious Greek dishes at the small restaurant.
It's one of the must visit places on the island.
It's a bit more quiet if you're visiting in the afternoon.
Written September 29, 2021
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Stuart C
Rayleigh, UK2,981 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
We went to the bay at the end of the day. The sun was going down. There was lots of room to park and it’s just a short walk to the bay. There is a restaurant where you can sit and eat that looks out over the bay or you can just walk around for the view. There were boats coming in and it’s was a beautiful place to watch the sun go down.
Written November 5, 2020
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rele53
Kingston-upon-Hull, UK97 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
It’s a lovely peaceful place. The waters calm, perfect temperature. We did some snorkelling - that’s was okay. Bus from Faliraki 1.20 each, drops you off at the top of the hill and you can just walk down to either Anthony Quinn or ladiko bay. Perfect for a day out very chilled atmosphere. The only down side rubbish left by people, nappies , empty drink cartons - terrible not to pick up your own rubbish.
Written September 2, 2020
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sopaca
Cambridge, UK1,703 contributions
Oct 2021
This is a lovely bay which way exceeded our expectations. There is good parking with a very short walk to the beach. The beach is a beautiful cove with rocks and sandy beach in between. The water was crystal clear with lots of see when snorkelling. I'd recommend wearing beach shoes as I saw a lot of huge black sea urchins which were spectacular. There were lots of fish, big and small, to see too.

There's a really nice bar/café where you can get cocktails, beer and light snacks combined with a marvellous view of the bay. This is the best beach in Rhodes that we found in a week of visiting many.
Written November 26, 2021
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Joe O
14 contributions
Oct 2020
Lovely spot for snorkelling. Free parking and you can take four out on a pedalo dive boat for 15-20 euros per hour. Toilets and snorkelling equipment available to hire and a clean Taverna that overlooks the bay.
Written October 17, 2020
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Nicole
Groningen, The Netherlands32 contributions
Jul 2020 • Couples
The bay is absolutely stunning and most certainly worth visiting. However, it was so overly crowded when we arrived there that there weren’t any sunbeds or even places to sit left. Besides, the tiny rocks kind of hurt your feet. I would recommend visiting the bay but if you are looking for a place to enjoy a day of swimming, snorkeling and nice drinks, the beach and cafe right across is way better.
Written August 11, 2020
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Igor
Maribor, Slovenia35 contributions
Jun 2021
We expected to enjoy the day at this beautiful bay but once we got there we realized that it was not worth the visit. The beach is made of different quality of concrete, there was a lot of garbage at the beach and in the shallow waters. They charge for sunbeds but they don't even take care of the beach (they don't collect garbage, empty cans, etc). I think, there are hundreds of better places in Rodos.
In my opinion it is better to rest at Ladiko beach, which is located across the bay then sunbathe at AQ bay.
Written June 30, 2021
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