Holidays to Afandou
For an authentic holiday experience on Rhodes, this low key village style resort retains traditional charm and offers a welcoming vibe. Its streets are filled with local family run tavernas, shops selling traditional crafts, and inviting cosy cafes with terraces for watching the world go by. Let’s not forget that it’s also home to the island’s longest beach which stretches for 7km and switches from golden sand to pebbles en route.
At 7km long, the resort's main beach is the biggest in Rhodes. It's often quiet and offers a mix of sand and pebbles.
This lovely quiet beach is just along the coast from Afandou. It’s smaller and offers great snorkelling opportunities.
Acropolis of Rhodes
This once powerful city now lays in ruin and you can explore the remains of a temple, theatre and stadium on foot.
Excavations have uncovered an ancient city. Water supply systems, a market place and a temple can still be seen.
Fancy something a little different? Take a guided Segway tour of Rhodes to see the main sights.
Kids are sure to love the Falaraki Water Park, which boasts plenty of water slides and pool games.
Coffee in the village
Café culture is thriving in Afandou, which means there are plenty of cosy places serving up good coffee.
With its authentic vibe, the village of Afandou is one of the best places in Rhodes to try out the local cooking.
Nightlife in Afandou is low-key, however you will find a few ouzo bars in the lanes leading off from the village square.
Late nights in Faliraki
If you want a lively clubbing experience, head to the nearby resort of Faliraki a 10-minute drive away.
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