Kolymbia is a relatively newly established resort town. It offers long sandy shores and natural attractions to its visitors. You can easily get to the coastal towns on Rhodes from its little marina. If you visit the other members of the archipelago, you should expect a longer trip, as they are located on the other side of the island.
Faliraki offers a wonderful, 4-kilometer-long shore segment, one of the largest waterparks in Europe, and a charming little port to boaters. Leaving from here, we can easily sail around Rhodes, and the other islands of the Dodecanese are also in a fairly short distance.
Rhodes lies in the south-eastern region of the Aegean Sea. It is, by the way, a few kilometres from the shores of Anatolia. Its territory is 1401 km2, its population is 120,000. The Romans named the island for its indigenous pomegranate flower. Its diverse terrain and rich flora and fauna make it the most popular destination in Europe.
Kos is situated in the south-eastern region of the Aegean Sea and is part of the Dodecanese Archipelago, only 8km away from Turkey. It is certainly a breathtaking landscape with the many adjacent islands sporadically emerging from the sea; like a playground for the gods.