The village of Salakos is on the north west of Rhodes Island and is that typical Rhodes village with white washed houses, a shady village square, tables and chairs set around, a few bars, a few tavernas, sleepy, peaceful, beautiful and lush. Salakos is surround by natural springs, olive groves and vineyards, and in season, butterflyies too.
The beach is Kameiros Beach which is beautiful with the most gorges swimming water, and the beach is lined with beach bars and taverns. There are hotels of all sizes and budgets and you can find a resort style hotel including everything from A-Z, or a small bungalow or guesthouse. Stay a while, the people are welcoming and friendly, the food is delicious and it’s easy to base yourself at Salakos and tour the island of Rhodes from you. Rent a bike, a car or join a tour. Otherwise, walk, wander and explore. Picturesque, pretty and close to many extraordinary archeological sights.