This beach has everything: fine sand, small nice pebbles, scenic rocks, many trees, mainly pines, which, in some parts reach the sea. Due to its natural beauty is very popular and one of the favorite beaches of Greeks and of Italians; in August, it gets really crowded, but during the rest months of the summer things are better and then it is the choice of those wishing to avoid the nearby cosmopolitan and noisy beaches of Faliraki (4 kilometer far away at the North) and Afantou (some 3 kilometers at the South). The fans of diving and snorkelling will find the rocky sea bed very interesting.
The beach is pretty well organized offering umbrellas, sun beds and showers along with a very nice tavern very close to the sea.
Health services are available at Faliraki (4 kilometer far away at the North) where you may also find other services.
Access to the beach from the town of Rhodes is easy by taxi, or by rented or private car and motorbikes.