There’s a huge range of activities you can indulge in by the beach. Explore the air above the sea by parasailing, banana flying, or paragliding. Hiring a ringo excursion is exhilarating and is fantastic for adrenaline junkies.
Another way of exploring the sea is to take a boat cruise. Some of the hire companies use historical schooners so you’ll be setting off in style wherever you choose to explore. The area around Faliraki is famous for its pirate caves, secret coves and underwater archaeological treasures.
Fun, fun, fun
The Faliraki waterpark will keep boredom at bay – both adults and kids will have an awesome time on the Turbo and the Space Ball. Try the Kamikaze rides, they are exciting enough to satisfy all who have a daredevil spirit.
If all the heat is getting a bit much then head off into town and enjoy the pleasures of the Faliraki’s Sky Bowling Club. Alternatively, mini golf is a fantastic way to laugh and unwind and Faliraki Mini Golf in the centre of town is the place to check out all of this type of action.
If you feel that All Inclusive holidays to Rhodes are synonymous with a little out-of-resort shopping, you’ll find plenty of places to feed your retail habit. Look out for good-quality jewellery and, if you’re in need of a unique memento of your visit to Faliraki, then there’s a gold and silver workshop – Mastoras Silver – just outside town, where you’ll be able to buy an individually designed item.
The Faliraki shopping centre is conveniently located in the resort centre and this is a fantastic place to pick up local souvenirs and leather goods. Rhodes Town, with its plethora of stylish shops, is easy to get to from Faliraki. Clothes shopping is a dream here – the New Market is the place to visit for upscale and stylish fashion garments.
Give me the night
Many visitors simply come to Faliraki to dance and play all night and then chill out on the beach the following day. Dance until the early hours in one of the resort’s plentiful clubs. From Focus to DC nightclub – situated along Faliraki’s main strip – you’ll be able to find your favourite musical genre and special events. If you prefer to spend the night in a pub rather than dancing, you’ll find an impressive array of pubs, tavernas and bars.
Most of the nightspots are all clustered in the same area – Bar Street and Club Street – though there are a few bars scattered along the beachfront.
Plenty to eat
Faliraki’s wonderful selection of bars and eateries serves a range of delicious food. As well as traditional Greek food, some of the restaurants are devoted to offering more international flavours. Ah, and then there’s the ice cream – the Pagotomania Gelato Cafe has all tastes covered with its awesome range of flavoured ices and waffles.
There’s also a frozen-yoghurt shop that’ll soon cool you down after a day sunning and swimming. Love steak, fish and chips, or even a traditional English breakfast? Head down to the Alabama Bar Diner on Lindos Beach. If you fancy Eastern cuisine, then the Golden Wok can satisfy your needs.