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Found on the northern coast of the Greek Island of Rhodes, holidays to Kremasti are perfect for those looking for an authentic insight into Greece’s culture, with the island’s capital, Rhodes Town, within easy reach. In Kremasti you’ll find a bustling atmosphere with plenty to be explored, including traditional tavernas, Medieval ruins and a beautiful beach where you can make the most of that famous Greek sunshine. And if you fancy a huge selection of shops, bars, restaurants and lively nightlife? Rhodes Town is just a 20-minute drive away.
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The main attraction of holidays to Kremasti is the long stretch of golden sand and shingle beach which frames the town. With gently lapping waves and plenty of space, this is the perfect place for those who like to enjoy a quiet day relaxing as well as those who want to make the most of a livelier atmosphere. If you prefer to soak up the traditional Greek atmosphere of the town, there are pretty tree-lined streets to be explored, as well as traditional tavernas and plenty of places where you can simply sit back with a cool drink or ice cream as you watch the world go by.
Holidays to Kremasti are ideal for those who want to soak up the traditional atmosphere of the Greek Islands and enjoy some of the delicious dishes and hospitality they are so famous for. The traditional tavernas dotted throughout the town are the perfect place to enjoy a long lunch or dinner mezze, with a wide selection of succulent meats, fresh seafood dishes and creamy dips. If you’re looking for a quick snack or light lunch there are cafés to choose from, or for a wider selection why not head into nearby Rhodes Town? Here you’ll find a fantastic selection from cheap eats to fine dining in the candlelit terraces overlooking the sea.
Families will love the gently lapping waves of the sea on Kremasti Beach, where little ones can safely paddle and splash while adults enjoy the warm Greek sunshine. The town itself is quiet and sleepy, perfect if you want to avoid loud music throughout the night, with Rhodes Town within easy reach if you fancy something more lively. Elli Beach in Rhodes Town is full of activities and water sports to try, or you could book a boat tour and explore the coastline of this beautiful island. If culture is more your thing little children and older ones alike will enjoy the fascinating submarine tour, as well as the town’s Aquarium.
Although holidays to Kremasti are ideal for those who want to simply relax and unwind, there’s plenty of action and adventure to be found in its lively neighbour, Rhodes Town. Here you can enjoy a spectacular array of activities, from jet skiing and banana boat rides to a trip to the aquarium. Hire a boat and explore the shoreline from a different angle, or hop aboard an off-road tour. Offering a high adrenaline way to see everything this area of Rhodes has to offer, this is a great option for those who don’t want to sit still. Hop aboard a 4x4 or and discover beautiful cliffs, valleys and mountains before stopping off for some authentic local food.
Kremasti’s beach is one of the town’s top attractions, and you’ll soon see why. Stretching out for the length of the town it’s ideal for couples wanting to find their own space and spend days simply soaking up the sun. Families will find plenty for them here too, with the cool, shallow waters perfect for little paddlers and those who want to splash about. If you prefer to enjoy water sports there’s lots on offer across the island. Faliraki is just a 20 minute drive away and offers parties and activities, as well as giving you the opportunity to discover the beautiful interior landscapes of Rhodes by car.
Kremasti holidays give you the perfect opportunity to simply relax, with the restaurants opening until late evening and serving delicious wines, cocktails and beers. If you prefer to dance the night away a trip into neighbouring Rhodes Town is a must. Here you’ll find everything from parties on the beach to traditional British pubs. Start the evening off with cocktails and live music or try your hand at performing in the karaoke bar. Visit the Cellars of the Knights and enjoy the cosy atmosphere and a wide range of delicious wines. Or party until the early hours of the morning at one of the many modern bars and clubs.
The quiet atmosphere of the town makes Kremasti holidays ideal for couples. Wander through the streets hand in hand, ducking into traditional tavernas and little boutiques, or find that perfect secluded spot on the beach and spend the day soaking up the warm rays of the sun. If you’re looking for history and culture there are some fantastic sights and attraction in nearby Rhodes Town, or you could take advantage of the many water sports and activities available. For the ultimate in indulgence why not hit the spa? Here you can truly pamper yourselves with a couples massage or traditional hammam, which will leave you feeling relaxed and sparkling.
Kremasti holidays are the ideal place to discover the fascinating history and culture of the Greek Islands. Wander through the streets and admire the buildings, stopping off in traditional tavernas for a delicious taste of the many local dishes. The Panagia Katholiki is a stunning Catholic cathedral located in the town and is definitely worth a trip inside. Here you can discover some amazing examples of ornate Catholic architecture and interiors. If you’re looking for more chances to soak up the culture of the area Rhodes Town is close by and is home to a host of fantastic sights and attractions. From Medieval city walls to palaces and museums to the ancient Olympic stadium there is so much to be discovered in the historic capital of Rhodes island.