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Kalithea
Overview

Experience miles of golden beaches and hip taverns on your holidays to Kallithea. This charming small town is just 20-minutes drive away from the capital Rhodes, and only 4.5 km away from the vibrant resort of Faliraki. It’s an ideal destination for families and couples looking for a quaint beach sojourn.

 

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Essential Information: When you go and what you'll need

Temperature (Avg.monthly °c)
Rainfall (Avg.monthly mm)
January
11°c
February
11°c
March
13°c
April
15°c
May
19°c
June
23°c
July
33°c
August
25°c
September
24°c
October
20°c
November
16°c
December
13°c
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Getting Around

Kallithea is well connected by the bus service through the Rhodes Town. There are two bus terminals providing regular transport across the island. But there are not many services on Saturday and Sundays. Tourists can get the schedules from Greek National Tourist Organisation (EOT) office or from the kiosks at the terminals. Kalithea Thermi bus stand is connected to the Rhodes Airport by the Eastern Bus Terminal.

Your Guide to Kalithea
Things to Do
Places to Go
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Scuba Dive In Kallithea Bay

The village square is where all the action happens in this quaint resort. Oozing authenticity, the cobbled white-washed streets are everything you’d expect them to be and more – from traditional fabric shops with colourful rugs hanging in the shop front, to pretty churches, family-run tavernas and dainty coffee shops with alfresco seating. The beach is easy to reach from here, particularly in the summer months when the “Happy Train” - a little blue tourist train - runs from the town square to the sand and pebble stretch.

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Sightsee in Rhodes


There’s plenty of sights to see while visiting Kallithea and its surrounding area, particularly with the island capital of Rhodes being just a 10-minute car journey away. Its UNESCO heritage offers up gems such as the Street of the Knights, the Palace of the Grand Masters (a 14th-century castle now a museum), the Mosque of Suleiman, and a 1,300-year-old Medieval Clock Tower – to name a few! A real gem worth visiting for history buffs. In addition, there’s also lovely shops, local bars and alfresco restaurants worth stopping in, too.

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