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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 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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See the merger of the two seas
On cape Prasonisi you can see how two seas - the Mediterranean and the Aegean - merge into one, representing a magnificent spectacle.FREE7
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More places to visit on Rhodes
St. Pauls Bay
The secret place of Lindos, it is hidden from view by high cliffs and offers a quiet vacation on the coast surrounded by pristine nature and swimming in the emerald waters.14
The city, where you can find only ruins, see the ghosts of the past and take a walk to the places mentioned by Homer in his immortal poem.12
The Acropolis of Rhodes
Acropolis will delight history lovers a beautiful amphitheatre, where studied Cicero, a luxurious temple of the Pythian Apollo and the ancient stadium.16
Rhodes is the Greece, about which so many books have been written, filmed a lot of movies, and about which all adults and children dream thanks to the Greek myths.2
Moni Thari Monastery
One of the most beautiful religious sites of the island, built in the 12-13 centuries in the Middle Ages architectural style and serves as home for monks.2
The Valley of the Butterflies
Nature Reserve, the famous landmark of Rhodes, where on the trunks of trees you will see live butterflies Arctiidae, and the air is saturated with vanilla.17
The small town on the coast, with white houses of 16-18 centuries, two picturesque coves, ancient buildings, described by Homer and Herodotus, and Christian churches.6
Ostrich Farm & Park
Hilarious fun for the whole family, there are farm and zoo here, where in addition to ostriches are monkeys, donkeys, kangaroos, goats and camels.23
At the top of a 240-meter hill saint monastery is located, where many people come to perform a ritual that helps to get rid of incurable diseases.5
Castle merged with the hill, on which it is located. Now here are only ruins from the castle, but here you can still find a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea.22
In the village of Pastida is an unusual museum, which tells all about beekeeping, and you can watch the bees through the glass of the transparent beehive.16