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We rented a car to see as much of Rhodes as we could and couldn’t give a trip to the southern end of the island - Prassonisi a miss.
The roads down are marked well and easy to navigate. The bay where two seas meet...More
A nice walk up from the beach parking and watching the wind and kite surfers. Such a shame to see so much rubbish on the beach though. Flipflops ok to walk up to the island in, but trainers would have made it easier.
We went there for the landscape and the merging of the seas. We were surprised of the huge amount of sufers.
Besides the landscape there are a few bars you can visit - so you have to decide whether it is worth the ride to...More
drove two and a half hours from pastida to see the two seas, lots of free parking and cafes and restaurants. The beach itself was covered in rubbish which was disappointing as it could have been a really nice beach, the mediterranean was very wavy...More
Right at the southern tip of Rhodes so a bit of a trek if you are based anywhere in the north, but so worth the visit for a number of reasons. Geographically, the island ends and then there is a beautiful tombolo or sandy spit...More
The scenery - from a distance - is a dream but if you take a closer look, it's just sad that the beach is so full of rubbish. The sea in combination with the wind piles up the plastic. If anyone who visits this place...More
this is one beautiful beach, except for the wind and the kitesurfing. you can never sit on a towel without a guy running into you while he is trying to get some wind for his kite. we stayed there less than 30 minutes and I...More
Well worth the drive to see where the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea meet (put on a good play list and enjoy the views en route). Easy to find, free parking and plenty of cafes. It's very windy and not touristy at all.
Really great place to visit. A friend who just happened to be on holiday at the same time as ourselves and agreed to meet up and visit the merging of the Mediterranean and the Agean Sea.
We spent a little time walking on the beach...More