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Description of Kalathos Galazio
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Kalathos Galazio OverviewIn Kalathos village on the eastern coast of Rhodes, the two-bedroom Kalathos Galazio is ideal if you’re looking for a property with a smaller capacity. Accommodating up to four guests, this attractive villa boasts an impressive amount of outdoor space, and is just a short walk from the beach.
This villa is around ten minutes’ drive from Lindos, where you will find the Lindos Acropolis, several beaches and some great bars and restaurants. Kalathos itself adds some useful local amenities too. Kalathos Beach is only around 400m from the villa, and the popular Vlycha Beach is just a little further.
Kalathos Galazio features a spacious pool on the outdoor terrace, which also incorporates four sun loungers with parasol and a large barbecue. Dining and seating areas on the paved space just outside the house provide a great place to enjoy a meal or a drink together in the evenings.
You will find a double bedroom and a twin bedroom at Kalathos Galazio, both of which allow you to exit directly to the outside area. Each of the bedrooms is complemented by an attractive bathroom with shower, and has air-conditioning for your comfort.
Also accessible from the terrace, the light lounge area is equipped with sofa seating and a flatscreen TV with satellite channels. Your kitchen has an oven, fridge freezer, dishwasher, coffee maker and a dining table and chairs. The whole house also benefits from free Wi-Fi.
In Kalathos, you will find amenities including a supermarket, pharmacy, bars and restaurants, and the lengthy village beach is generally clean and fairly quiet. Just down the coast, there is a pebble beach at Vlycha, which is good for sunbathing and water-sports, and more beaches in Lindos – St Paul’s Bay is a particularly pleasant one.
As well as the Lindos Acropolis, which also incorporates a 14th-century castle, Lindos has some great restaurants and bars, several with rooftop terraces that enjoy views of the Acropolis. Around fifty minutes’ drive up the coast, the city of Rhodes’ well-preserved medieval Old Town offers even more of historical interest, including the imposing Palace of the Grand Masters.
Kalathos Galazio Property FeaturesThe Villa
Located a short distance from Vlicha Beach, Kalathos Galazio offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a garden and air-conditioned accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and it can accommodate up to 4 people Ground Floor
- Ample living room with TV
- Fully equipped kitchen with dining facilities
- Master bedroom with double bed, terrace access and en-suite shower room
- Bedroom with two single beds, terrace access and en-suite shower room Exterior Grounds
- Private swimming pool
- Large patio and garden area
- Outdoor dining
- Sun loungers
- Covered terrace
- Garden furniture
- Barbecue Additional Facilities
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
Kalathos Galazio LocationAs one of the largest Greek islands, Rhodes has plenty to discover. From the medieval capital in the north to the spectacularly situated Prasonisi Beach in the south, you’ll find exquisite countryside and fascinating history, as well as a great place to enjoy sports and outdoor activities.
The capital city of Rhodes, on the north-eastern tip of the island, is known for its architecturally impressive Old Town, one of the largest and best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. The Palace of the Grand Masters, a former fortress and citadel that forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage site, is partly open to the public and is perhaps the city’s best-known attraction. As well as learning about its eventful past, you may catch one of the live events or performances that are regularly staged at the palace.
A labyrinth of streets, some of them nameless, make Rhodes an interesting place to get lost in. You may be able to spot all sorts of architectural influences. It’s very much a city of today, however, with a vibrant commercial centre and plenty of nightlife and entertainment. Attractions include the Archaeological Museum, The Museum of Modern Greek Art. Evangelismós Cathedral and the Marine Aquarium.
Down the coast from Rhodes, the resort of Faliraki offers good family fun, with a well-organised beach, water-parks and a go-karting track among other things. Other good choices for family days out include The Bee Museum of Rhodes (the only one in Greece), and the solar-powered Toy Museum near the village of Archipoli, which showcases Greek toys from down the decades – this cute museum is free to visit.
Notable sights around the island include the Lindos Acropolis, the ancient ruins of which are situated on the clifftop at Lindos and offer spectacular views of the Mediterranean. The Valley of the Butterflies, situated west of Faliraki, is another very special one – a charming area of natural beauty which fills with butterflies in summer. If you like that, you may also like the Epta Piges (Seven Springs), a calming area of countryside with magnificent waterfalls and a lake.
Rhodes town and Lindos are good choices for clubs, bars and restaurants. Lindos is known for its many rooftop terraces that enjoy great views of the Lindos Acropolis, while Rhodes’ Orfanidou Street is lined with nightspots which may or may not be quite so chilled out.
It’s the beaches that many people visit Rhodes for, and the sheer number of them means there is always a new one to try. There are plenty on the east coast, with several around Lindos, Afantou, Archangelos and Agathi, one of the quieter beaches on the island. The stunning Prasonisi attracts many surfers and kite-surfers and occupies the spot right at the southern tip of Rhodes – it’s definitely worth the trip.
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