Beach with facilities, literally within the city. This makes it extremely popular, and everyone has access. But it also attracts a lot of people - especially in the summer months. The beach creates a natural bay and has full protection from waves - except those of the ships entering and leaving the harbor. Be sure to try both the trampoline for your dives on high, and cafes located in the southern end of the beach. One negative is that the beach is only pebbles and has no sand.
Although the smaller beach of the list, it surely worth a visit. The renovation that took place in this area a few years ago, created an improved image. Approaching the place will be rewarded by the excellent views. You can take a bath using the facilites and drink your coffee by the sea. At the same time Piges beach is surrounded by trees and gardens and is always well-cared and clean.
Falliraki beach is one of the most famous beaches in Rhodes. You need a car (or bus) to reach it. The sea is calm, with very shallow water, and have to walk at least 15 to 20 meters until you touch the sand! At the same time, it has a large variety of water sports for all tastes and many shops close to the beach.
Just 4 km south of Faliraki and 5 minutes by car, in a small creek, we find the beach Anthony Quinn. The beach was named after the famous actress after filming the movie "The Guns of Navarone" in Rhodes. It is among the most famous and beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters and the landscape full of rocks. Definitely worth a visit.
South on the east side of the island, you can find the beach of Tsambika. The beach gets its name from the monastery of Panagia Tsampika on the hill which dominates the northern end of the beach. A huge sandy beach, beautiful waters and several beach bar. The beach is fully organized with all facilities and offers ample space for parking. You also can climb to the monastery iand you are going to be rewarded double as the view from there is amazing. Finally you will be able to pinch something at the restaurant that is placed near the monastery.
St. Paul is a small picturesque bay with crystal clear water that gets its name from the chapel of St. Paul. Located on the back of Lindos and definitely worth a dip if you're in the area! It has a beach with cafeteria, restaurant and umbrellas.
This is how we reach the southernmost tip of the island, Prasonisi. The windswept west coast verified even at the southernmost tip of: you will see the picture of a hand full of waves and the other calm as oil. Prasonisi beach has a place with minimum facilities but the biggest part is free to explore. Ample space for parking and the beach is sandy.