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Party on down in Faliraki, one of the hottest party resorts in Greece. The sun shines all day and the tunes pump out all night and Faliraki keeps on re-inventing itself and attracts the 18-30 crowd during the high season summer months who just love the huge choice of lively bars and nightclubs on offer. Holidays in Faliraki are definitely not for those looking for a quiet retreat.
The beach at Faliraki is a great place for soaking up the sun and is a perfect place to recover from the previous nights shenanigans. Water sports are available with everything from a leisurely pedaloe to high octane jet-skis. The golden sands are clean and well kept and the shores are lapped by crystal clear waters. Away from the beach there is a fantastic aqua park offering exciting slides and rides as well as a wave pool, lazy river and rafting, it’s one of the biggest and best in the whole of the Mediterranean.
The parties begin as soon as the sun goes down and Bar Steet and Club Street attract all the young party goers and clubbers. The night usually starts off with a bar crawl (organised or unorganised) along the strip with cheap bars offering two for one and enticing people in with free drinks and shots. There are plenty of music bars with packed dance floors playing all the top tunes from around the world, if dancing is not your thing give your vocal chords a work out with a blast of karaoke in one of the many bars. The clubs open and attract some of the top DJ’s from all around the world and open until the early hours.
There are loads of places to eat out, restaurants in Faliraki with everything from traditional Greek tavernas, loads of fast food outlets (perfect for a snack after the clubs) as well as restaurants serving international favourites and are pretty reasonably priced. Faliraki is also packed with shops selling everything from food to flip flops. For a much better range of shops head to Rhodes Town.
Faliraki – Plenty of place to stay
There are loads of holiday hotels in Faliraki which range from basic bed & breakfast to top quality all inclusive resorts and there is something for all budgets. For more budget conscious travellers there is a lot of great apartments and studios throughout the resort. All come with fridges and kitchenette meaning you can stock up on all your favourite food and drink and save yourself for the clubs. Whilst not usually considered as a family resort, there are a small number of suitable hotels that are better to visit out of high season, however most families tend to head to other resorts such as Afandou, Lindos or Pefkos for a more relaxed atmosphere.
Rhodes Town is around fifteen miles away and should be visited if you have a holiday in Faliraki. The ancient centre has stunning architecture, ancient archaeological sites and some great shopping. After a day of sightseeing the local buses run late into the evening allowing you some time for a meal in the medieval streets. The public transport on Rhodes is excellent and the bus runs at regular intervals up and down the main road. A visit to Lindos is also a must with its hill-top acropolis, why not take the afternoon ferry back to Rhodes Town and make a real day of it.
So if you fancy a holiday to Faliraki, have a browse around our site or give one of our friendly team a call today!