Located at the southernmost part of Rhodes, it is actually an island joined with Rhodes via a strip of sand.
A small sandy cove located next to the beach of Anthony Quinn, with emerald waters, sun beds and umbrellas.
One of the most popular (and longest) beaches on Rhodes.
A wind-protected picturesque sandy bay surrounded by rocks; it truly resembles a swimming pool if you see it from above.
This small, organized beach is one of the island’s most popular and crowded.
One of the most visited Greek islands, Rhodes is an ideal destination for families, youngsters, couples and group tourists.