From crowded sandy stretches to the rare quiet corner, the coast of the most cosmopolitan island of the Dodecanese, Rhodes, is blessed with stunning beaches to swim, show off your diving skills, discover new adventures and enjoy long sessions under the Greek sun.

Saint Paul’s beach

Located on the edge of the historic village of Lindos, St Paul’s Bay is almost entirely enclosed by rocks on all sides with just the smallest of gaps for boats to come in and out of. This spectacular setting is further enhanced by a small, typical Greek Orthodox chapel down in the cove and the ruins of the ancient Acropolis of Lindos set overlooking the cove. The clear blue water here gets very warm as it is sheltered and shallow, ideal for swimming and snorkeling as there is plenty of fish to be spotted amongst the rocks.

Anthony Quinn bay

The beach at Anthony Quinn bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in Rhodes. The waters owe their deep emerald colour to the lush green vegetation which surrounds the beach. Natural stone surfaces ideal for reclining under the sun, pine trees reaching down to the water's edge, emerald green water makes the beach the ultimate summer destination for every visitor.

Prasonisi beach

The Mediterranean and the Aegean seas merge into one, representing a magnificent spectacle. At the very southern edge of Prasonisi is installed an imperious lighthouse, from which the visitors can hear as the two seas collide with indignantly. Prasonisi is not only a world-renowned paradise for windsurfers and kitesurfers. It is worth noting that the entire island is an important habitat of environmental interest. Its beaches with the soft sand and the very shallow water make it also a perfect destination for couples who wish to relax or families with kids.