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About Rhodes


The largest of the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes is where sandy shores, ancient ruins, picturesque villages, forests and lively nightlife meet. The island enjoys 300-plus days of sunshine per year, boasting a rich history with a star medieval town, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, mouth-watering Greek cuisine, long golden coasts, and unique natural surroundings. Kouros Exclusive is the ultimate starting point to explore the island, whether you only have time to see Rhodes’ highlights or dig deeper into its hidden gems.


The resort of Faliraki has given Rhodes its reputation for a legendary nightlife scene. Faliraki has rediscovered itself as a cosmopolitan, vibrating center of tourism catering to many nationalities and all age groups. With Everything from cocktail bars and dance clubs open till the first morning light, to more sophisticated concept bars, cafeterias, restaurants with multi-cultural cuisines, and Greek taverns, Faliraki has something for every taste. The resort is famous for its awarded 5 km stretch of sand and at its southern end, one can find a beautiful nude beach. Faliraki boasts the largest water park in Europe, a state-of-the-art bowling park, a history park, and a fun park for families and younger children. The fishing harbor of St. Apostolos connects Faliraki with direct daily cruises to Lindos, Rhodes Town, and other beaches. Kalithea Springs and Antony Quin Bay are located within a 3 km distance from Faliraki center.

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