The port of Ródos is artificial and is formed between cape Loimokathartírio and the mole (which is its southeast limit) that starts off from a point of a shore located in a distance of approximately 0.9 miles to the southeast of the cape.
It consists of three port basins. The northwest one is the Marina Mandráki, the middle one is the port of Emporikós and the southeast one is the port of Akantiá. The city of Ródos is located at the northern limit of the island and consists of the old town, which is surrounded by an old, stonewall and is built amphitheatrically.
The new town is built outside the wall and expands for quite a long distance, covering it with parks, wide and open roads and old buildings.
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The Modern Greek Art Museum presents extensive painting and engraving collections, numerous sculptures, drawings and documents of historical value. Some of these works of art are considered to be of great significance and they are chosen in order to narrate the history of art.
The long sandy beach of the western coast of the island starts just after the Aquarium, within the town of Rhodes and is extended along the Leros Coast, Kalymnos Coast, Miaoulis Coast and Kanaris Coast, is better known as Psaropoula, the old name of the central and better organized part of it. As it happens with the other long beaches of the town, various parts of Psaropoula are named in different names, as if it were a separate beach, usually taking the names of a hotel or a tavern found in this particular area.
The beach of Zefyros is a small sandy beach of the eastern coast of the island, situated a bit southern to the Marine and southern to the main port of the town of Rhodes. Although well organized, it is small and calm, with nice sea, well protected from the northern and western winds.