Faliraki is the site of one of the most beautiful beaches in Rhodes and is a great choice for anyone who wants a sun and sand holiday complete with lots of bright lights and action.
The resort centre is as buzzing as the beach at night, the place gives you every opportunity to dance and party with a wealth of pubs, discos, music-bars and clubs.
Kalithea has a hilly backdrop with a cove offering a range of watersports, but if you are looking for a good stretch of beach you will find some just 3 kilometers away.
A nearby water park also makes for a great day out.
There are a few bars and restaurants, however most head for Faliraki for more lively action.
 Get in
 By taxi
It takes 15 min from Rhodes Ferry terminal to Faliraki center, the price is around €20.
 By bus
The bus is €2 per person but it takes 35 min and also you have to walk a few minutes to the bus stop.
 By car
Rent a car 15 -55 € per day depending on time of year,
 By motorbike
Rent a moto for around €25-35 per day.
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There are a large number of restaurants in Faliraki to suit every taste. The vast majority of these restaurants are located on the main Rhodes-Lindos highway where it passes through the centre of Faliraki. Ermou Street (known as Bar Street) and Pigon Kallitheas Avenue (known as Club Street) also have a large number of food outlets that double up as bars at night.
The cuisine served at most takeaways and restaurants caters mainly for the tastes of tourists, however it is possible to find some local cuisine in some of the family run tavernas. A good example is Manolis Taverna, located close to the junction of Bar Street and Club Street.
Cost me around 20 euros for two chicken sandwiches, a lemonade and a cola.
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Nightlife in Faliraki tends to begin at around 10pm. Ermou Street, which is one of the main streets in Faliraki, is the focal point for pubs and bars. Tourists and bar owners call this area Bar Street. The quality of drinks served in the bars can vary between bars. Bar staff will often give special offers in order to attract customers into the bar, including free shots, cocktails and drinks included with entry/cover charge. The quality and quantity of alcoholic drinks is not always consistent.
A typical price for bottled beer is about 2-3 Euros. In the more expensive establishments, drinks may be around 4-5 Euros.
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