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See the most beautiful sunset on Rhodeson Rhodes, Greece

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If you want to see the most beautiful sunset, then you need to climb up to the Kritinia Castle.
How to see the most beautiful sunset on Rhodes on Rhodes
Kritinia Castle is located near the village Kritinia, 51 km from the capital. It is better to get here by car because the road is very narrow for the buses. Kritinia Castle can be seen on top of a hill.

As a rule, there are always very few people here, so it is better to come to the Kritinia Castle in the evening, and you will see the sunset with views over the Aegean Sea and the nearby islands in privacy.

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#11Kritinia Castle on RhodesKritinia Castle

Knights of the Order of St. John from this castle could see the attack enemies from the sea, it was a fortification that it was impossible to conquer.

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