Mandráki Marina was the ancient port of the magnificent town of Rhodes and the main harbor of Rhodes for almost 2,500 years. It is located next to the island's central port and only 14 km away from the Rhodes International Airport (IATA: RHO).The island of Rhodes is easily accessible by charter flights during the summer.
Mandraki harbor is formed between cape Limokathartírio and the ancient mole of Ágios Nikólaos, which is a rocky projection of the shore that extends to the north for approximately 500 m. Its western side is queued and its eastern side is rocky. On the left side guests can see the entrance to the harbor and the two deer, a Rhodian symbol of strength and wealth. It is believed that the Colossus of Rhodes was standing there as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Mandraki Harbour is very busy, with lots of sailing boats, private yachts and small cruise boats offering trips around Rhodes and other nearby islands. It occupies the northernmost tip of the island, right below the medieval castle and opposite the market square of Rhodes. The marina a is 30 minutes drive from the airport and 20 minutes walk from the commercial (ferry) port of Rhodes. The facilities within the harbour area provide comfort to the charterers since there is power, water and supermarkets near the yachts.
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The Modern Greek Art Museum presents extensive painting and engraving collections, numerous sculptures, drawings and documents of historical value. Some of these works of art are considered to be of great significance and they are chosen in order to narrate the history of art.
The excellent beach of Reni (Koskinou) is situated at a distance of some 8 kilometers far from the town of Rhodes and some 4,5 kilometers northeastern to the scenic inland village of Koskinou. It is a beach very close to the town of Rhodes with nice sand, lovely sea and many facilities for accommodation, food and drink, shopping and amusement, both in the area around and in the town of Rhodes.
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The long sandy beach of the western coast of the island starts just after the Aquarium, within the town of Rhodes and is extended along the Leros Coast, Kalymnos Coast, Miaoulis Coast and Kanaris Coast, is better known as Psaropoula, the old name of the central and better organized part of it. As it happens with the other long beaches of the town, various parts of Psaropoula are named in different names, as if it were a separate beach, usually taking the names of a hotel or a tavern found in this particular area.