Kiotari beach is located along the east coast of the island, 60 kilometers from the city of Rhodes. It is famous for its luxurious hotels and delicious fish restaurants and traditional Greek cuisine that overlooks it. It is a very well organized beach that stretches for kilometers. On one side it is made of sand and on the other of pebbles and it gently throws into the sea, almost always calm and flat, characteristic of this corner of Rhodes.
Originally Kiotari was the port of Asklipio, but today it also includes large hotels built along the coast, in the direction of Lindos. Not to mention the guesthouses and taverns surrounding the ancient church of Metamorphosis, among whose walls some early Christian capitals can be recognized. In particular, in this small village, the typical village atmosphere is certainly not breathed, but this lack is certainly well compensated by the presence of well-equipped kilometers of coast for water sports enthusiasts.
Kiotari’s main beach stretches as far as Gennadi, and is also appreciates by snorkelers, who can enjoy the rocky coastline.
There are also many places of worship in the area, among which the most important is the Church of the Metamorphosis of Sotiros, built with some parts of an ancient temple but also worth visiting the church of Eftavimati, built in the fifth century, and the church of Koimisis tis Theotokou, with frescoes from the 1600s.