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Description of Kalathos White
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Kalathos White OverviewWith Kalathos and Vlycha Beaches just a short walk away, this gorgeous two-bedroom villa is the ideal choice for a group of up to four people. Featuring a large outdoor area and clean, fresh décor, Kalathos White is situated just ten minutes’ drive from Lindos, home of the breathtaking Lindos Acropolis.
The villa’s star attraction is a magnificent outdoor pool which is the centrepiece of the spacious terrace. On one side of the pool, you have a quartet of sun loungers with parasol. On the other, a barbecue – conveniently close to the dining and seating areas just outside the house. With Kalathos Beach only around 400m from the villa, you can enjoy both places with ease.
Both of the bedrooms enjoy direct access to the outside area. There is a double bedroom and a twin bedroom at Kalathos White, each complemented by an attractive bathroom with shower.
Your lounge is equipped with comfy sofa seating and a flatscreen TV with satellite channels, while the modern kitchen features an oven, fridge freezer, coffee maker and a dining table and chairs. Equipped with air-conditioning and free Wi-Fi, as well as a washing machine and dishwasher, this cute villa is just the right size for a small family.
On the east coast of Rhodes, Kalathos is a small village with good amenities including a supermarket, pharmacy, bars and restaurants. It also has one of the island’s longest and cleanest beaches. Not far away, the popular pebble beach of Vlycha is well organised for sunbathing and also offers water-sports and a beach bar.
From there, it’s just a five-minute drive into the village of Lindos, where there are yet more popular beaches including Pallas, St Paul’s Bay and Lindos Beach itself. You will also be able to explore further up the coast, where you will eventually end up in the island’s medieval capital city (also called Rhodes), or you could head south. The amazing Prasonisi Beach sits at the island’s southernmost point and the views are as spectacular as the location suggests.
Lindos’ main landmark is the stunning Lindos Acropolis, standing high on the clifftop. Not to be outdone, the city of Rhodes has the huge Palace of the Grand Masters – just part of a stunning medieval Old Town which is still very much alive today.
Kalathos White Property FeaturesThe Villa
Located a short distance from Vlicha Beach, Kalathos White 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 White LocationRhodes is the third-largest of the Greek islands, and it’s packed with beautiful beaches and idyllic countryside. With the capital city in the north-eastern corner and Prasonisi at the southern tip, this island has a whole lot to discover in between.
The town of Rhodes is known for its architecturally impressive Old Town, one of the largest and best-preserved medieval towns in all of Europe. The main attraction is the Palace of the Grand Masters, a mighty former fortress and citadel that forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage site. This imposing palace’s history is certainly interesting, and best discovered on a personal visit. The site also hosts various events, exhibitions and performances throughout the year.
If you want to know more about the island’s past, you can uncover the history of Rhodes at the Archaeological Museum, or try The Museum of Modern Greek Art. Landmarks such as Evangelismós Cathedral and the Rhodes Acropolis can also be found in town, along with a fascinating assortment of churches, mosques and other architecturally noteworthy buildings. Other historic sights around the island include the Lindos Acropolis, the ancient ruins of which are situated on the clifftop at Lindos, offering offer spectacular views of the Mediterranean.
South of Rhodes is the resort of Faliraki, a place well equipped with family-friendly attractions. As well as a water-park, go-karting track and the Astronomy Café, there’s also a good beach. The Toy Museum, near the village of Archipoli, is an interesting place to take the kids, and free to visit. In Rhodes, the Bee Museum is the only one of its kind in Greece, and another place that combines fun and education.
West of Faliraki, the Valley of the Butterflies is a really stunning place for adults and children alike. Beautiful areas of forest are inhabited by these enchanting creatures – your best chance of seeing them is in summer. The Epta Piges, or Seven Springs, offer another magnificent sight – you can swim in the lake, picnic in the woods and enjoy the beauty of this natural attraction.
Rhodes town, nearby Ixia and, further south, Lindos, offer a good range of clubs and bars – in the capital, Orfanidou Street is known to some as ‘Bar Street’, such is its reputation for nightlife. For something more sophisticated, Lindos has some luxurious rooftop restaurants overlooking the Lindos Acropolis, and you will usually find beach bars even in the quieter parts of the island.
The real joy of Rhodes is simply taking in your surroundings, and there are numerous walking and cycling routes which allow you to do just that. Sporting activities from horse-riding to tennis and golf are easy to find, as well as water-based pursuits like scuba-diving. Boat trips and catamaran cruises are also a wonderful way to appreciate the beauty of Rhodes.
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