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Kiotari lies on the south-east coast of Rhodes, fifteen kilometres south of Lindos and sixty kilometres from the capital Rhodes Town. It is one of the latest tourist developments on the island and has a high percentage of luxury hotels including all inclusive complexes. The shingle beach offers a range of water sports and good bathing. There are mini-markets for holiday essentials as well as the usual souvenir shops for your gifts and mementoes.
Kiotari is a purpose built resort that has been thoughtfully planned to avoid over development. It is a quiet resort with a long stretch of shingle beach that attracts families and couples. Lindos, considered to be the prettiest town on Rhodes, can be easily visited as it is only fifteen kilometres to the north.
A Kiotari holiday is popular with families and couples of all ages. Beach lovers and water sports enthusiasts will find much to enjoy. Those who wish to explore inland will find many charming villages lying in picturesque surroundings.
The most popular time to take a Kiotari holiday is in the summer although the season does extend from March to November when the temperature range is from twenty to thirty degrees.
Kiotari is an upmarket modern development on the south-east of Rhodes. It has a number of exclusive hotels offering five star luxury as well as all-inclusive complexes. Kiotari is a relaxed resort with a small shopping centre providing holiday essentials as well as gifts and souvenirs. There is a good selection of restaurants and tavernas providing cuisine to suit most tastes. The bars and tavernas also offer, along with the hotels, a variety of evening entertainment.
Kiotari beach is long and composed of fairly fine shingle which gently shelves into clear blue water providing safe bathing for children and less confident swimmers. There are water sports available from the beach including water skiing, wind surfing, ringos and pedaloes.
If you should tire of relaxing by a pool, or on a beach, you can explore some of the island. Neighbouring Lindos professes to be the prettiest village on Rhodes and most of its visitors will agree with this claim. The bay on which Lindos lies is surrounded by hills and the white houses of the village appear to rise out of the sea reaching up to the ruins of the Acropolis on the top of the hill. The views from here are quite spectacular. The old town itself is a warren of cobbled streets and narrow alleyways with many delightful shops and pavement cafes. There are also many small inland villages where daily life appears to have been barely touched by tourism.
A Kiotari holiday offers relaxation in guaranteed summer sunshine, warm clear water, excellent accommodation and a range of recreational activities both in and out of the water.
Kiotari nightlife is a relaxed affair with the larger hotels providing most of the entertainment. There are a number of bars, some with music, but Kiotari is not a place that parties until dawn. Its low-key evenings reflect the family nature of the resort.
Kiotari shopping is fairly limited with mini-markets selling provisions and essential holiday items and souvenir shops for gifts and mementoes. Neighbouring Lindos has a large number of craft and souvenir shops selling the usual items of ceramics, leather goods and jewellery. It also has a plentiful supply of supermarkets.
Kiotari has restaurants and tavernas serving a variety of food from traditional island fare to international cuisine. Situated on a small island, fish plays an important part in the diet and small fried fish, shellfish and kalimari are firm favourites. Lamb and chicken are used most commonly in meat dishes. Local wines are very pleasant and good value. Fast food stalls such as Souvlatzidiki sell takeaway souvlakis, a type of kebab. For a more substantial snack these are sometimes wrapped in pita bread and called gyros.
Eating in Rhodes is meant to be an unhurried pleasure, so please don’t mistake the relaxed attitude of waiters for tardy service.