Agathi Beach sits within a square-edged bay on the eastern coast of Rhodes. The popularity of its light golden sands is demonstrated by the multiple rows of sun loungers for hire lining the water’s edge. They run from one end of the beach’s 200 metre length to the other almost without break.
The beach is popular with families, teens, and couples, which comes not just from its soft sands, but also its crystal clear warm waters. There is no sudden drop off either. Instead, the shallows extend some distance away from the sun loungers, allowing even the youngest beachgoers to enjoy a refreshing dip.
Others will enjoy the chance to pull on a mask and snorkel to explore the rock formations which exist below the gentle waves on the right-hand side of Agathi Beach.
Agathi Beach is approximately five minutes along a dirt road from Haraki village, via the medieval castle of Feraclos. Behind the beach you’ll also find the fourteenth century whitewashed chapel dedicated to St Nicholas.
Facilities at Agathi Beach include free public parking, showers, and toilets, in addition to a range of waterfront tavernas providing refreshments throughout the day.
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