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acamp7

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You should really check out this beach!! :) I've been going for years and it's always a great time. It's really close to the old town and the port so it's close to all of the good hotels

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efhernandez_

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You should really check out this beach!! :) I've been going for years and it's always a great time. It's really close to the old town and the port so it's close to all of the good hotels

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This beach looks stunning!!!
 

Tpebop

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Stunning. NO. The beach is stoney.Look how rough the sea is in the picture.Its usually windy which is why its a favourite with wind & kite surfers.
 
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nm1999

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Stunning. NO. The beach is stoney.Look how rough the sea is in the picture.Its usually windy which is why its a favourite with wind & kite surfers.
Ohhh yeah that does not sound stunning....but fun if you like water sports!
 

k_tsoukalas

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Which island is this beach on?
 

Tpebop

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As this is the Rhodes forum what island do you think it is on ?
 

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