Holidays to Pastida
If you're after looking for a peaceful and picturesque Greek village then look no further. Situated between the turquoise coast and the fragrant olive pines that lead to the ancient site of Filermos Hill, Pastida keeps things charming and simple. With no cars and few places open late, leisurely days strolling turn to quiet nights sleeping, but if you're looking for more action, the coastal resorts of Faliraki and Kremasti beach are within reach.
About a 20 minute drive away, you'll find Faliraki's shores lined with party goers, booming beats and beachfront bars.
The town's closest beach is a broad sand and shingle stretch with loungers and umbrellas backed by some local eateries.
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.
Replace the main courses with a variety of appetizers like fried veg, calamari, greek salad and tzatziki to share.
A rustic meat dish, usually lamb, marinated in garlic, lemon juice and olive oil, then slow roasted in parchment paper.
Pastida is best known as a quiet and quaint little village with no cars and few bars to disturb a peaceful night sleep.
Considered the national drink of Greece, the anise flavoured cloudy white aperitif is perfect with meze over dinner.
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