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It is a bit harder to reach, the road is not as good as the main roads but quite decent. We wanted to go for a swim but this was impossible due to high waves, stony beach, loads of black something which the sea was...More
The drive itself is already worth the effort, as it is absolutely astonishing! Huge cliffs, the castle and the view itself is really beautiful.
The beach however is (like a lot of other beaches in Rhodes) completely existing out of gravel. Which makes the most...More
Very windy, cant swim here and caves nots accessible when we visited (not sure if they are at all). There was a beach shack type of restaurant that was just opening at 11am, it may get busier later but i cant think of lots of...More
Beach from the picture! Looks fantastic. So wild and not busy. Very beautiful, with rocks around that you can climb and see the panorama. However it's dangerous because of strong wind and waves. So be carefull. And it's difficult to go there. Far away but...More
... on the NorthWest of the Rhodos island. From the Monolitos Castle cca 3km decline by car to the sea level. Sunbeds for 8€, canteen with refreshments, showers&toilets for guests. Caves in the surrounding cliff - good shoes recommended...
A bit of a drive down from Monolithos castle. The beach of fine stones. Very giving and quite comfortable to sit on. We had a picnic there. Not sure how much the beds are to hire or the reasonableness of the taverna there but a...More
Off the main tourist route, but worth visiting if you are in the area.
Has a beach kiosk and some loungers and umbrellas.
Sea often quite rough - and beach steeply shelving (quite an undertow, so watch young children in the water)
It's a long way, but if you are already in Monolithos, don't hesitate to take the last mile. The sea is as rough as it is colorful. The shores reflects the usual formations of landscape where wild waves meet white stones. And if it's early...More