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The Seven Springs (or Epta Piges in Greek) are located 4 km from the village of Kolymbia, not far from Tsambika Monastery. There, 7 springs are gushing from the mountain in the same place to create a river. On the site, you will find a marked trail as well as a restaurant by the water. The place is…
See the water run from the mountains and travel along a night tunnel with no light and immerse your feet in a pool of crystal Clear waters.
Man kann durch den dunklen Tunnel gehen, in dem das Quellwasser zusammenfließt und watet dabei durch das kalte Wasser.
They are located 19 kilometers southeast of Rhodes Town and very near to the Village of Archangelos. It is a fantastic location, with lots of pine trees that reveal the greatness of nature.
Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung
Unterkünfte in der Nähe
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“For those who love the water and the fun. Perfect for all the family. Many games, watersildes, area with games for children and a lot of snack bars.”
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“Have your ever been to a night club with a direct view to the sunrise and the Acropolis of Lindos? If you can manage to stay awake until 06:00-07:00, then trust me, you will never forget this experience!”
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Andere tolle Restaurants mit Sitzmöglichkeiten im Freien
“A stroll along the seaside pedestrian walk, in the city of Rhodes, leads to the northernmost edge of the island. This is where the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes-Aquarium is located. Housed in a building of unique architectural style, the Aquarium is the ideal place for those wishing to get acquainted with the marine wealth of the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean sea. The Aquarium has been fashioned in the form of an underwater sea cave. Sinuous corridors, artfully decorated with natural sea-shells create a true underwater ambience.”
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“The acropolis of Lindos! It has fantastic views and has an entrance fee of 12 euros per adult.”
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“Kameiros (Kamiros) is a must-visit if you are a history and archeology passionate! Situated 30 kilometers western from the romantic Rhodes Town, this ancient town has a great historic importance in the Dodecanese complex. Kameiros (Kamiros) was one of the three large Doric powerful cities of Rhodes island, which in the 5th century B.C unified with Ialyssos and Lindos. to form the powerful state of Rhodos. Exploring the Hellenistic ruins of Kameiros (Kamiros), discovered in 1929, you will find out the town is often referred to as the "Greek Pompey", as nobody knows why the city was buried and abandoned. The ruins date back in the 3rd century B.C, and you can admire on-site only the anci”
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