I have visited Rhodes Island Greece on many occasions taking tourists on the Greek Islands Cruises.
Every time I visited I discovered a new corner or new Rhodes beaches. This small island is one of the most popular of the Greek Archipelago of paradisaical isles.
Ixia Beach in Rhodes a heaven for tourists
Rhodes Island Greece Beaches
• Ixia Beach
This one is only 7 km from Rhodes City on the northwestern part of the Island and close to the International Airport.. The waves are somewhat high for swimming.
Ixia is not one beach but a series of beaches operated by the water front hotels. It is a popular beach with surfers and there are various sport centers on site renting the equipment.
• Kalathos Beach
This beach stretches for 4 km of sand and little pebbles. Some parts of the beach are privately operated and others are free. It is very popular with local people during high season. There are some Tavernas, a canteen and a supermarket along the shores.
The secluded coves on the Beach at Kalithea
Rhodes Island Greece Beaches
• Prasonisi Beach
This beach is located on the southern tip of the Island of Rhodes. Once you arrive here you’ll see surfers everywhere.
The beach is naturally divided into one with high waves and one quiet and protected from the winds.
It is an impressive beach. The two sandy coves end in an island that can be reached by foot or swimming.
Even if you are not a surfer, you may try this sport. They offer all the equipment necessary for you to try as this is a surfer’s paradise.
• Lardos Beach
The sandy beaches of Lardos are in the group of Rhodes Best Beaches. The waters are quiet and blue perfect for a gently surf, but mainly for sunbathing and swimming.
They offer sun beds, umbrellas and many Tavernas where you’ll find your choice of drinks and refreshments.
action is what you are looking for, there are many water sports
available. Lardos Beach is located 65 km from Rhodes City.
Tsambika Beach neat the Monastery of the Virgin of Tsambika in Rhodes
• Tsambika Beach
Also called Tsampika, is a beautiful beach. It is long and broad with golden fine sand, turquoise waters and many amenities like eating places and water sports centers.
The crowd is mixed with many nationalities that come to enjoy this beach with an impressive view of the Monastery of the Virgin of Tsambika.
Legend says that the Virgin helps young women to conceive and many pray for her help.
This beach is located 25 km south of Rhodes Town.
Vlycha Beach in Rhodes Island Greece
• Vlycha Beach
Vlycha Beach Also spelled Vlicha, is a small stretch of beach just before arriving in Lindos. In this beach the sea deepens gradually, great for swimming.
It is never too crowded and ideal for those that want to escape from busy Lindos beach. Some of the islands best hotels are nearby, beside many places to eat and drink.
Ladiko beach near the Town of Rhodes
• Ladiko Beach
Ladiko is located 15 km from Rhodes Town. It is a tiny cove with fine sand and small rocks. Here you will find sun beds, umbrellas and above all emerald green waters.
They also feature restrooms and showers As well as a Taverna for your drinking and eating needs. This beach is popular with Italians and may be very crowded during summer, especially during August.
For more information visit Greece Tourism Website
The Beach of Tassos Falikari
• Gennadi Beach
Far from Rhodes Town, about 63 km, this is a pebble beach. Some say it’s the liveliest beach in Rhodes. The beach is a continuation of Kiotari.
Gennadi is a vast beach with enough space for all, because the beach is just partially commercialized and the rest is free for you, your friends and your beach towels.
On Sundays they have the Sunday party with DJs and at the Sundance Beach Bar attracting the young crowd from the rest of the island.
kalathos by piotrus
anthony queen beach by karelj
north lindos by norbert nagel
tassos falikari by bohringe
All courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
The resorts images are courtesy of the resorts mentioned.