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See the merger of the two season Rhodes, Greece

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On cape Prasonisi you can see how two seas - the Mediterranean and the Aegean - merge into one, representing a magnificent spectacle.
How to see the merger of the two seas on Rhodes
On the southern tip of Rhodes is located a famous cape Prasonisi, which separates the two seas. In the winter time, the seas connect with each other, transforming Prasonisi in the island, and in the summer they are apart, offering travellers a clean beach and the opportunity to engage in extreme water sports.

At the very southern edge of Prasonisi is installed a lighthouse, from which you can hear as the two seas collide with indignantly.

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#12Prasonisi Cape on RhodesPrasonisi Cape

South point of the island of Rhodes, called "kiss of two seas", because it is here the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea come together.

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