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Posted by tpebop on
Category: Rhodes Tsambika
As of July 2015 is a nude beach on the far right end with sunbeds & brolly for €3. Costas has a cantina selling sandwiches, fruit & drinks. Used by couples, families & single women & men.
Posted by jordanet on
Category: Rhodes Lindos Beach Limanaki Agios Pavlos
This one of the most beautiful beaches in Rhodes, my friends! It took its name because this is where Saint Paul landed on Rhodes to preach Christianity. This lovely beach with the soft sand gets very busy in high season, but if you go in early June like we did, you will love it even more. Busy crowds won't disturb you, only few tourists and locals will be on the beach and all the umbrellas will be yours. You will get what I mean when you go there. Hopefully for you, soon :-)
Posted by carcarx5 on
Category: Rhodes Afandou
The trip to Rhodes was very long (18 hours by ferry) but fortunately there were no delays. Last summer, we had travelled by ferry again and the departure was 2 hours late. We had been more tired of the delay than the trip. Fortunately, this time all went good.
We love all the greek islands but and we are coming for relaxing every year. This time we were looking for something more traditional. Afandou in Rhodesseemed the perfect place, which it proved to be correct. Protect such lovely beaches and do not turn them in teen beaches, like Faliraki.
Greece loves its history a lot and preserves it nicely. The Acropolis in Lindos was excellent. It is just a shame that some monuments are closing in the afternoon. When are we supposed to climb up the hills with the monuments, when the sun is burning? They should really be open till sunset.
The traditional Greek food is a must, it is absolutely lovely. I personally like the lamb kleftico, or stifado and the sword fish is always cooked to perfection. In Afandou we went to the reknowned four seasons restaurant almost every evening, as the chef and waiters were fantastic. They even opened one and half hours earlier, so they could give us a last meal before setting off to the airport at 7pm.
Posted by ben67 on
Category: Rhodes Afandou
I am in my 60's and therefore I prefer mostly te village life and no music bars and discos, rather a relaxed nightlife. We stayed in Afandou village on our vacations to Rhodes, about two years ago. The beaches was beautiful and pretty crowded in late August.
People in taverns and gift shops were friendly, although sometimes I would feel some pressure to buy. Food was excellent but dishes were normal. You usually find the same menus in Greek restaurants, whether you are in Athens or in the islands. However, all are of good quality. There is no such thing as a bad Greek meal.
Our hotel was great but one thing that I din't like was that the sewage system hasn't been improved over the last 25 years that I visit Greece. Bins need to be emptied on a daily basis, too, which is very weard because in UK we have sold these things out since many ages.
Posted by christen34 on
Category: Rhodes Faliraki Beach
Faliraki beach was toooo large and pure sandy. We stayed in a hotel there and had views to the beach anytime. I could see that most time it was crowded, from early in the morning till almost midnight. Some beach bars stayed open all night long but I didn't like that kind of nightlife, as only drunken tourists usually stayed till that long. You could often hear crazy screams in the middle of the night. We stayed 10 days in Rhodes and spent only two whole days in Faliraki. The rest of the days we were making excursions around the island. I think people should take better care of this place, because it is turning into a bad place for families and prudent tourists.
Posted by nenane on
Category: Rhodes Afandou
Afandou was a long and nice beach, with clear water and nice taverns close to it. Our hotel was there and we were frequent visitors. No problem with Afandou, everything was fine. However, if you have children, it would be better to find a more child-friendly beach, because a lot of windsurfing was practised there. This means that both windsurfers and the wind blowing were dangerous.
Posted by helen2645 on
Category: Rhodes Pefki
I liked Pefki beach, we were going there to swim very often because our hotel was close. Not many special things, just a clean strech of sand and blue waters. However, I believe Rhodes has many more nice beaches, such as Faliraki or Tsambika, with more facilities and conveniences. Pefki is OK but not the best.
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