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We always go to this beach, it has a really nice shoreline and is quieter than the main beach. The stone is much nicer than the fine sand since it doesn't end up all over you and you car and anywhere else you go.
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...More
Remembered this beach from our trip to Rhodes in 2015 so made a return visit with family. It's a very long beach so if you want to be alone go further down to your right. We stayed near to the little beach taverna so we...More
Very deep water, a must for swimmers, good fish food, lots of local greek familys at week end i.e. Sundays all day. Lot of stones on beach sunbeds 2 with shade 10 euro all day, Greek's tend to stay till late evening having barb's.
Beautiful shingle beach with blue water. You can have an umbrella and 2 sun beds for 10€ like elsewhere on the island. IMO It’s the most beautiful beache of the island (that’s why we came here 2 times in one week) even better than the...More
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...More
You ave several choices actually, there are some bus lines that go down the main Rhodes-Lindos street, however it drops you on the said road and from there it's a 2/3 km walk to get to Anthony Quinn's bay which is a lot... More
You ave several choices actually, there are some bus lines that go down the main Rhodes-Lindos street, however it drops you on the said road and from there it's a 2/3 km walk to get to Anthony Quinn's bay which is a lot under the hot greek sun.
You can also take a cab, the fares are not expensive, although going back and forth every day could get to be expensive at the end.
Final option is to rent a quad or a scooter, there are plenty rentals in faliraki so I think you can ask directly at your hotel or try to find some on the web and book it beforehand.