Faliraki is a popular tourist destination with a stunning 5-kilometer stretch of sandy beaches. For those looking to experience the beautiful natural surroundings of Faliraki, head to the southern end of Faliraki Beach where you'll find Mandomata Beach - an official naturist beach complete with a small bar and public restrooms.

As a multicultural and vibrant center of tourism, Faliraki welcomes visitors of all ages and cultures. There are plenty of things to do in Faliraki, including visiting the largest water park in Greece, a state-of-the-art bowling alley, and a historical park. Families with small children will love the play area, too.

During July and August, the town center is bustling with families and small children. There are a variety of restaurants offering Chinese, Mexican, Italian, British cuisine, and traditional Greek food. Along the seafront, visitors can enjoy taverns, pubs, eateries, cafes and gift stores.

Don't miss out on the bustling fishing harbor of St. Apostolos, especially in the morning when day cruisers leave for Lindos, Rhodes Town, and the beautiful beaches. In Faliraki, there is something for everyone - experience the best accommodation and things to do in Rhodes.

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