The port of Kameiros is located at the western shores of the creek Longónia and up to a distance of approximately 1 mile to the east of cape Kopriá. Ferry and small vessels that connect the island with the islands of Chálki, Tílos, Sými, Kárpathos and Kásos use the above motioned port.
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The tiny beach beside the small scenic port of Fanes is situated some 22 kilometers southwestern to the town of Rhodes, at the western coast of the island. Accommodation facilities are available at the nearby tourist resorts of the northwestern coast.
The remote beach of Kopria is a nice surprise for the visitor of the southwestern coast of the island. The beach is situated at a distance of some 45 kilometers southwestern to the town of Rhodes, at a short distance after Mantriko and 6 kilometers before arriving to Skala Kameirou.
At the beach of Skala Kameirou, serving as the port of the inland village of Kretenia, you will not find the thick, long sand, or the good organization of the rest of the resorts; but, you will find clean, crystal clear sea and calmness and you will enjoy swimming within an excellent environment of luxuriant green. The beach is situated at a distance of some 51 kilometers southwestern to the capital town of Rhodes and 4,5 kilometers northern to the scenic inland village of Kretenia.
The nice sandy beach of Lardos is situated at a distance of some 3 kilometers southern to the homonymous village, 7 kilometers southwestern to Lindos and 57 kilometers far from the town of Rhodes at the South. Being close enough to Lindos and the village of Lardos, there are several alternatives for accommodation, food and drink, shopping and amusement, both in the two settlements and in the area around.