Rhodes hosts some of the most beautiful beaches and sandy coves in Greece . Entrance to all the beaches is free, but you will have to pay only if you rent a sun bed. Rhodes beaches are not only for sun worshippers but also for those who enjoy sports in the water. The Mediterranean Sea is on the east coast and is much more pleasurable for swimming than the Aegean Sea which is on the west side of Rhodes.
Elli lies between the Mandraki harbor, and the Aquarium, in the northern end of the town. Elli Beach features lots of sun loungers, nearby restaurants, a choice of water sports and even a volleyball count on the beachfront itself, one of the most cosmopolitan beaches.
Open only during the summer season, it's only purpose is to provide it's visitors a vacation that they will not forget. There is an abundant amount of sun beds to lay back on and work on your tan. For the more active, there are also many water sports to choose from including Bungee Jumps
Takes its name from the famous Hollywood actor, who owns a large property in this area. (Since filming the Guns of Navarone here). There's a charge for sun beds and parasols. Italians frequent this tiny bay. Ideal for diving and snorkelling.
A long, broad beach with fine golden sand. Up on the top of the hill is the Monastery of the Virgin of Tsambika, from which the beach has taken its name. There is an abundant amount of sun beds. Also available all kind of water sports, few small canteens and a restaurant.
Haraki is a small beautiful seaside village. Beds and umbrellas are available; also there is a changing area and showers. The water is shallow for a long way out, making this a perfect spot to bring the kids for a swim.
The beach at Lindos is overlooked by the beautiful acropolis, and well protected from weather by the rocky peninsula. The bay at Lindos offers a small sandy beach for sunbathing, beds and umbrellas are available, also there is a changing area and showers.
A small sandy beach, with shallow sea water, and an attractive landscape.
Here is where the apostle is said to have landed in the year 51 AD to preach Christianity to the Rhodians. From this point you can also view the cave where the film "The Guns of Navarone" was filmed. Beds and umbrellas are available, also there is a changing area and showers.