Around 15 kilometres to the south of Faliraki is relatively new when compared too much of the Island of Rhodes, Kolymbia Village. It was built in the 1920s by the Italians, when they were endeavouring to colonise the island. Kolymbia has increased in popularity with visitors since the 1990s, and large grand hotels now take up much of the skyline. Even so, the planners have made sure this natural, rugged coastal area loses none of its essential appeal. A resort popular with couples, young families, and seniors, it is the ideal venue if you want to spend your holiday in a totally relaxing atmosphere. Wherever you stay in Kolymbia, a stroll along the main street, Eucalyptus Avenue, will lead you to Afandou Bay, and Kolymbia’s narrow, but very attractive beach. With cliffs rising from the sea, and a shallow foreshore, it is a safe beach for children of all ages. To add a little variety to your day, several different boat trips are available from the beach, as well as a selection of water-sports. If you want to explore a little farther afield, hiking and mountain-biking options are available, or you can book a guided tour.
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