The Kalithea Beach of Rhodes is located about 10 kilometers from Rhodes town, near the village having the same name, in the north-eastern part of the island and is one of the busiest. It is a beach of golden sand, bounded by rocks that come into the sea and surrounded by palm trees and maritime pines. The sea is beautiful, between blue and emerald green, limpid and crystalline, even with shallow and slippery rocks. Perfect sea for bathing and swimming, but be careful not to slip. The beach is equipped with sunbeds and umbrellas, also located on the low cliffs that border the sandy coast to the sides.
Also known for its thermal baths with hot springs, built by the Italians around 1920 in typical colonial style, with palm trees in the inner courtyard and a dome-shaped Moorish pavilion.
You can also reach the beach of Kalithea by sea from the city of Rhodes: preferred means of transport for those who want to admire the beautiful coast of the island.