Petaloudes also known as the Valley of the Butterflies . Located on the western side of the island, where in summer you can watch thousands of butterflies with a pleasant walk alongside creeks and trails, taking care not to disturb the delicate balance of this place.
At the southern end of the island is Prassoníssi , a thin strip of land that virtually divides the Mediterranean Sea ( to the west ) from the Aegean Sea (east ) . The strip of sand is submerged at high tide on arrival , then the effect of the tide is responsible for the formation of the two bays, constantly windswept by Meltemi. The resort is famous for being a paradise for surfers and the practice of kite surfing.
The island of Rhodes has long beaches with emerald water. The west coast of the island of Rhodes is characterized by pebbled, however the east coast is distinguished by the sandy beaches and generally less crowded.
The Bay of STEGNA is an ancient fishing village local, that over the years has gradually transformed becoming a welcoming tourist destination despite not having been altered by the great mass tourism, while keeping intact the atmosphere of the small seaside resort of typical Greek islands.
In the immediate vicinity you will find the Tsampika beach , one of the largest on the island with fine white sand where you can practice water sports. And ‘ dominated by the imposing rock on which is built the monastery to which the beach gets its name.
About 13 Km from the city of LADIKO is the beach of Anthony Quinn , is definitely one of the prettiest on the island. It is a beautiful beach of sand and gravel nestled between hills covered in green with a beautiful turquoise sea.
Agathi Beach Haraki – Rhodes Greece
Situated near the bay of Haraki, is Agathi , and it is a small beach of fine golden sand , from here the name ” GOLDEN BEACH ” located in a beautiful bay with calm, clear waters with shallow and sandy bottom.
Archangelos – Stegna Beach (Greece)
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