Traounou Beach

Traounou Beach, Faliraki: Address, Traounou Beach Reviews: 4.5/5

Traounou Beach
4.5

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mvanroy
Merelbeke, Belgium552 contributions
Very nice and special stone beach. The beach is easy to reach from the highway 95, just follow the signs. There is a big parking just next to the beach. From there, a long stretch of the beach is occupied with strand chairs and parasols. But if you continue, you will find an unoccupied area just next to the caves where you can put your towel on the stones without paying. Of course, this is a real stone beach so not so comfortable to lay down and painful to walk around without slippers or sandals. Once in the clear water, the swim is really refreshing going from cold to warmer water depending on how close you’re swimming to the rocks. The hanging rocks and the little bays are beautiful, but don’t expect to be able to swim in the caves or to see a lot of fish.
Written August 6, 2022
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Abdul K
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia242 contributions
Family
Definitely one of the best beaches in the north of Rhodes. The nearby caves a very busy but nice to swim in even for younger kids. One of the disadvantages are the Greek tour boats which are coming so close to the beach that you can experience really dangerous situations as those guys ignoring the Bouys close to the caves in order to make it as comfortable for their guests as possible.
Written July 22, 2021
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ESK71
Krakow, Poland56 contributions
Family
Clear water, caves, stones, sun... perfect place to enjoy a day close to the nature, far from crowded places
Written May 29, 2016
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Igor T
Voronezh, Russia28 contributions
Couples
Spacious, picturesque, remote, a vivid peace of nature. You can always find a place to enjoy your loneliness and aloneness here, and this is a blessing after overcrouded Antony Quinn Bay, Ladiko Bay and Faliraki beach. It wasn't a big deal for us to travel 20-25 min by foot in a shadow of scent laden conifers, among olive trees and bamboo towering along both sides of the path. We rented a quad, and the travel became even more enjoyable.

Traounou Beach was awarded The Blue Flag eco-label, and you can check this out for yourself. Crystal-clear water, unbelievable sea caves to explore, no intrusive wave runners and cruisibg boats (there was just one staying for one hour somedays) and all necessary facilities within walking distance.

Wish you have an unforgettable time in Fakiraki!
Written August 22, 2015
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Vicki S
Sydney, Australia4 contributions
Family
The water was crystal clear, parking was easy and the tavern on the beach made it handy come lunch time.
Written September 25, 2014
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Glenn S
East Grinstead, UK359 contributions
Had lunch at the beach side Taverna which was pretty good. Beach just not very remarkable...so many better nearby and down by Lindos.
Written September 24, 2020
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lena_elena
Oslo, Norway323 contributions
Visited with boat trip, very surprised crowded beach ( specially this time due to travel restrictions) , very cold water coming from caves
Written August 4, 2020
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steve W
Bolton, UK48 contributions
Couples
Nice sandy beach. Would stay away from the busy areas. The service from the Bars was poor. Staff in the beach bars were very helpful though
Written August 4, 2019
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howiet1971
Swindon, UK1,518 contributions
Solo
This beach is in between Afandou and Faliraki and is one of my favourites in the area. It is pebbley, but the water and length of beach is spectacular. In the summer there are a couple of beach bars/restaurants and toilets, and there are also a coupe of small caves to explore. For those who like a little walk, if you go up onto the hill overlooking it, there are also some old military lookouts / guns to find.
Written September 14, 2018
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Carolle E
Lerum, Sweden96 contributions
Couples
A lovely beach thats particularly good if you’ve got transport. We drove away from the “organised” part of the beach and were completely on our own. You’ll need swimming shoes due to the pebbles that are agony without them. Gets deep quickly but was not at all as cold as we were expecting. Recommend this beach for snorkelling.
Written August 21, 2018
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