Prassonissi – Rhodes Island

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.