Faliraki is located about 15 km south of Rhodes Town and is one of the destinations
in the Mediterranean that most people want to visit with one purpose: party and have fun all day and night!
Nearby is also Neohori, a settlement with many bars, especially on Orphanidou street which was recently named the new Faliraki.
Other similar destinations are Malia in Crete, Laganas in Zakynthos, Kardamena in Kos, and Ayia Napa in Cyprus.
Faliraki is one of the most popular and cosmopolitan resorts of Rhodes and stands out for its remarkable tourist accommodations.
If you are looking for a certain type of entertainment, in Faliraki you will find everything from karaoke and British and Irish pubs to discos.
You will also find some quiet bars, but as you will see the area is full of people dancing and drinking even on the beach and in the streets.
When the party is over, relax at one of the snack bars on the beach.
If the stomach rumbles, there are over 60 restaurants to choose from
with different types of cuisine, such as traditional Greek cuisine, Chinese food, international cuisine, or Italian restaurants.
As for souvenirs, the shops stay open until late at night in Faliraki and you can find a wide variety of products.
Marine Park and fragrance. HollywoodFaliraki has one of the longest (5 km) and best-organized
beaches in Greece, with various extreme sports such as bungee jumping and a famous water park, which is the largest in Europe.
The water park will offer all visitors (especially children) spectacular water slides and unique pools.
At the local beach, visitors will be impressed with the
dazzling golden sand with small stones and pebbles. Various parts of the beach are very well organized, with many modern bars.
However, in some places, parts of the beach belong to the hotels and are exclusively for their customers only.
Near the beach of Faliraki is Kathara beach, with sand and rocks (ideal for nudists),
and the beach of Ladikos, known as Anthony Quinn’s beach, with the beautiful Erimokastro,
with the ruins of an archaic wall, which is located near the sea and is known from the movie “The Cannons of Navarone”.
Local attractions include the archaeological site of Sarantapichos (located near the village of Kalythies), which is believed to be part of an archaic citadel.
You can also visit the old monastery of Prophet Amos, which is located on a hill just outside Faliraki.
Springs of KallitheaAbout 5 km north of Faliraki, is Kallithea which is built around a bay full of pine trees.
The thermal springs, located at Cape Vodi, known as “Thermes of Kallithea”
from which red water gushes out, attract the interest of visitors.
In the shops of Pigi Kallithea, you can find authentic items of the region, such as postcards, white and red wine, and traditional sweet delicacies.
Also visit the spa facilities, built during the Italian occupation.
Although they do not operate nowadays, it is always one of the destinations that every visitor to Rhodes must see.