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Prasonisi Capeon Rhodes, Greece

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South point of the island of Rhodes, called "kiss of two seas", because it is here the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea come together.
Prasonisi Cape, Rhodes
Prasonisi Cape in summer is a braid that connects with the island of Rhodes. In winter, the braid is washed off by two seas, and they are indignant, creating great waves for surfers.

On the cape you will find a lighthouse, from where you can see a panorama of the merger of the two seas, and here you can enjoy a variety of water sports or simply relax on the sandy shore.

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#16See the merger of the two seas on RhodesSee the merger of the two seasHarper Fuller

On cape Prasonisi you can see how two seas - the Mediterranean and the Aegean - merge into one, representing a magnificent spectacle.

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