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Rhodes: Sun & Sea All Inclusive 3- or 6-Hour Cruise

1. Rhodes: Sun & Sea All Inclusive 3- or 6-Hour Cruise

Hop on board Aphrodite, a 36-foot catamaran, for a sun and sea cruise designed for holiday-makers looking for a chill cruise and a true taste of Greek hospitality. Enjoy 3 swimming stops and unlimited drinks and snacks on board.   The first and favorite swimming stop will be Antony Quinn Bay. Take 40 minutes to luxuriate in the most photogenic bay of Rhodes, enjoying drinks and snacks, and the opportunity to swim or snorkel. Then, head off to the next two swimming stops: spend 30 minutes each at Afantou Bay and Ladiko Bay for some more relaxation and swimming. If swimming isn’t your thing, you can have just as much fun on board. Aphrodite is licensed for 45 passengers, but to maintain maximum comfort, the limit will be 28 passengers. So just choose a super comfy sofa, relax, and enjoy the open bar with your choice of wine, beer, soft drinks, water, or the cocktail of the day, made on the spot from fresh fruit. Take advantage of the local snacks as well, including melekouni (Rhodian traditional honey and sesame bars), a fruit platter, and a choice of local produce.

Faliraki: 3 Hour Yellow Submarine Swim Cruise with Drinks

2. Faliraki: 3 Hour Yellow Submarine Swim Cruise with Drinks

Embark on a semi-submarine swimming cruise where you have the chance to explore the beauty this island has to offer above and below sea level. After departure from Rhodes, the first swimming stop will be for 25 minutes at the Traganou Caves, where you can actually swim inside the rock formations inside the caves. Head next to the island's most beautiful bay, Anthony Quinn Bay. Enjoy some time for swimming and snorkeling, and see the fish feeding frenzy from the underwater cabin. Help yourself to the open bar onboard. Enjoy ice cold beers and water to cool off during the trip.

Rhodes: Pirates' Route Sea Kayaking Tour

3. Rhodes: Pirates' Route Sea Kayaking Tour

Take half a day to explore the East Coast of Rhodes from the water, with a sea kayaking tour. Paddle along the coastline and discover 3 beaches up close. Take in the stunning colors of the Mediterranean sea and admire the interesting rock formations. Begin the Pirates' Route sea kayaking tour at Kathara Beach in Faliraki. Meet your guide and learn all you need to know about safety before climbing in your very own kayak. As you glide over the Mediterranean waters, take opportunities to dive into the colorful sea directly from the kayak. Discover seak caves and local beaches, before enjoying a picnic lunch at a favorite local beach. Try out snorkeling and discover life below the water's surface. If you're feeling adventurous, get your adrenaline pumping by cliff jumping off the surrounding rocks. Full of experience and a traditional Greek picnic, head back to Faliraki. As you go, listen to entertaining local myths, facts about the geography, and try to spot some wildlife in their natural habitat.

Rhodes Town: RIB Cruise with Snacks and Drinks

4. Rhodes Town: RIB Cruise with Snacks and Drinks

Meet the Captain in one of the two meeting point locations. Onboard the modern and comfortable vessel and head towards Anthony Quinns’ Bay, the beach named after the Hollywood actor who purchased the area after filming the movie Guns of Navarone there. At the beach, take in breathtaking views of the area from the"Guns of Navarone Pier, one of the most photographic spots in the region. Then head to another beautiful beach location, called Ladiko, on the other side of the bay. Don't forget your camera to photograph the turquoise waters and rugged cliffs. Feel free to dive directly from the boat or/and enjoy sunbathing from the luxury spacious deck. Enjoy another beach stop along the east coast cruise, this time on a gravel beach called Traganou with a rocky surface, crystal clear waters, and hidden caverns that create a wild rocky scenery. Continue to another beach area, home to the lesser-known Alikies caves. Venture into the cave area or just relax on the beach. Enjoy drinks and snacks on the comfortably furnished boat. For your added comfort, Wi-Fi and a restroom are available onboard. At the end of the day, return to the marina by boat, keeping an eye out for dolphins playing in the surf. Arrive at the marina at approximately 2.5 hours after the start of your tour.

Rhodes: Faliraki Beach Day Trip by Boat

5. Rhodes: Faliraki Beach Day Trip by Boat

Hop on the Aphrodite Star, and enjoy a day in the islands most popular resort, Faliraki! Here you can find the longest stretch of sandy beach, 7kms. Work on your suntan on the beautiful beach, have a walk around Faliraki Town and enjoy lunch or drinks in one the many beach tavernas! Also, for the adrenaline seekers, why not try out one of the many watersports, where you can try paragliding or even skiing! Departing from Mandraki Harbour at 10 and heading straight to Faliraki Harbour, where you can choose if you want to leave at 14:15 or 17:15!

From Rhodes: Private Yacht Cruise To Symi with Lunch

6. From Rhodes: Private Yacht Cruise To Symi with Lunch

Come along on this fantastic day trip to Symi Island, departing from Rhodes. On board the yacht, work on your suntan on the deck of the ship or relax with a cold beer and delicious snacks while you take in panoramic views of the surrounding area. You will have the opportunity to discover the three most beautiful parts of the island, Panormitis, Symi and Saint George Bay. As you arrive at the port of Panormitis, be amazed by the serenity and stunning views of this island paradise. Admire spectacular architecture and natural beauty as you stroll around the monastery, where you will hear stories and myths of the marvelous temples and their inhabitants. Walk through the district of multi-colored mansions at Symi village, the island’s port, and work your way up the many steps to reach the village's former commercial center, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the island. In the afternoon, break for lunch at Saint George Bay, where you can also enjoy a swim in the bay's crystal-clear waters before heading back to the harbor. 

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What people are saying about Faliraki

Great experience, visited beautiful caves. Clear explanation of the places and plenty of time for swimming and snorkeling. There is unlimited food and drink! My ring unfortunately lost in the bay the wonderful instructor who showed it up for me. Well worth the money!!! A must have for the holidays

The 3 hour drive is great! Great staff, delicious fruit salad, free drinks and mega swimming stops. Would recommend bringing your own diving goggles and snorkel.

It was super nice and super funny. It is definitely worth taking part in the tour. The coolest thing was the snorkeling and the cheerful tour guides.

Nice boat trip to three bays, you get snorkel gear on the boat, drinks and fruit included. It's worth it!

Excellent guides. adventures. Surprise element. Completely worth it