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Pane Di Capo

4 warga lokal merekomendasikannya · Perkiraan harga 2 dari 4 ·

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Lilian
Lilian
November 4, 2019
In Kalithea Thermal springs!!! A beautiful historical monument, nice beach, swimming in clear, cold sea, scuba diving, great view.
Virginie
Virginie
May 22, 2019
In Kallithea thermes, by the sea. Great location!
Evgenios
Evgenios
May 30, 2016
Three scenic bays, including Kalithea Springs/Pane di Capo organized beach cafe, and Oasis beach bar
Claudia
Claudia
April 10, 2016
beach front location with sun loungers

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Natural Feature
“Kallithea (Kalithea), Rhodes Kallithea (Kalithea) beach is one of the most popular among the locals. It is composed of many small creeks covered with pine-trees. The waters are deep, so you will have to be a bit careful when swimming there. Kallithea is situated against a setting of stunning beaches and world famous spa baths, on the eastern coast of Rhodes, 2 kilometres off the lively resort of Faliraki. Kallithea is relatively quiet: still, it offers the visitor an extraordinary amount of entertainment choices. The beaches, bays, coves and caves, where many locals like to gather, offer something for each member of the family. The beaches are well organized and offer cafes, canteens, restaurants, and umbrellas. The tiny inlets and coves with their sculptured rocks and caves offer endless exploratory promise to all youngsters, and for the more adventurous, daily underwater diving trips can be arranged. Water sports are on offer too, but should you wish to lie back and relax, a more perfect spot would be hard to find. Kallithea Spa Kallithea Spa was built in 1920 by the Italians during their rule of the island. It is said that Hippocrates, father of all physicians, drank and recommended the healing qualities of Kallithea waters, and that was back in 460BC. There were many followers of this type of healing and the waters are said to have helped those with stomach troubles. Today the domed pavilions and archways have been renovated and although the waters have long-since dried up, many people visit the area for its crystal clear sea waters and magical scenery. A restaurants & cafes are available and inside the rotunda an art gallery is organized by the local Municipality. Wedding receptions are often hosted here just as there are conferences and events. Walking through the gardens one can touch and smell the various herbs and spices planted along the paths, giving off a particularly strong aroma. Exploring the area of Kallithea Once you have visited the Baths, drive on towards Faliraki and take the first dirt track to the left. Then, by following the signs guiding you to the various small eating places in the area, you will reach a series of pine-covered bays and coves, with stone pools and rocks you can dive from (be careful: the sea is deep here, you need to be a good swimmer). This is the place the locals refer to when they say "let's go for a swim at Kallithea". Each of the little coves has sun beds for hire, and its own small restaurant, which usually lends its name to the beach itself.”
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Island
“Rhodes Aquarium, Rhodes The Marine Aquarium in Rhodes is located in the basement of the Hydrobiological station and offers visitors the chance to have a close up view of the marine life of the Eastern Mediterranean, providing the impression of being underwater. The Hydrobiological Station (Marine Aquarium) of Rhodes is located in the northern part of the island and was constructed during 1934-1936, initiating its activities in 1937. In 1945 it was incorporated as a peripheral station of the Greek Hydrobiological Institute under the supervision of the Athens Academy. Is has been operating as an Aquarium and museum and research unit since 1963. It belongs to the National Centre for Marine Research (NCMR) which is developing its research activities in oceanography, fisheries and inland waters corresponding institutes. The NCMR falls under the supervision of the General Secretariat of Research and Technology belonging to the Ministry of Development. Its research aim is to develop and disseminate scientific knowledge on the marine environment and its conservation, by means of the following activities: Oceanographic research in the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas Study and conservation of endangered aquatic species Rescue - treatment - rehabilitation - release of aquatic animals in distress Co-operation with other research and educational institutes Provision of training and consultancies concerning sustainable management of the marine environment Training of students on specialized subjects Educational activities aiming at awaking environmental awareness of secondary stage pupils Transfer of knowledge concerning the marine environment to specific public groups by organizing specialized lectures and seminars. Development of know-how in the field of aquariology The main activity object of the HSR is to exhibit within its museum a comprehensive collection of live marine organisms, taxidermal specimens, large fishes and sea monsters in addition to a large collection of scientific instruments. Drawing on its research background and on the laboratory and the scientific support of the NCMR in Athens, the station promotes its prescience in the region by confronting the major problems within the sensitive area of the Dodecanese. The Aquarium is located in the basement of the Hydrobiological Station and offers the visitors the chance to have a close up view of the marine life of the Eastern Mediterranean, providing the impression of being underwater. With its open water circulation system, supplying 40 tanks with a total capacity of 75000 liters, the Aquarium provides natural living conditions for a wide range of interesting specimens of Mediterranean organisms such as reefs, sea flowers, octopuses, clams, decapods, turtles and numerous fishes. Opening hours: The Aquarium is open daily, except on New Year's Day, Greek Easter Sunday and Christmas Day. April 1st – October 31st : 09.00 – 20.30 November 1st -March 31st : 09.00-16.30  ”
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Natural Feature
“Take the boat from Kamiros Skala and spend the day on Halki. This is the smallest inhabited island in the Dodecanese.”
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Restoran Mediterania
“Fantastic courtyard and yummy food. Prices according to quality and service.”
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Restoran
“Fantastic 360-view, two floors. Ideal for coffee, drinks and very good quality food.”
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Lokasi
851 00
Telepon+30 2241 065691
Reservasi
Ya
Area duduk luar ruang
Ya
Musik
Ya
Wifi
Tidak
Menu
Sarapan siang, makan siang, makan malam, happy hour
Minuman
Koktail
Opsi tempat bersantap
Tidak ada layanan antar
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