How to get a great Faliraki holiday deal
If you’re looking to avoid the crowds and summer heat waves, the best time to visit Faliraki is late spring or early autumn. June and September will still see plenty of sunshine and shorts-wearing weather, and will keep you out of the busy tourist season.
To cash in on all the best deals, make sure to book eight weeks prior to your departure. This constitutes a last minute holiday and it’s when you’ll find all the cheapest options.
There are both All Inclusive and Self Catering options in Faliraki, so you can relax and let the hotel serve you or eat your way through the town’s fantastic restaurants and cafes.
Faliraki’s not the only budget friendly destination in Rhodes. For other affordable locales check out the likes of Lardos, Trianda and Rhodes Town. And below you can peruse through some of our favourite cheap hotels in Faliraki.
Cheap things to do around Faliraki
There’s no need to break open the piggy bank on this holiday. Faliraki’s budget-friendly hotels and affordable activities will keep you more than satisfied.
Spend your days enjoying the long expanse of coastline, from Anthony Quinn Bay to Traounou Beach. If you love the water, Faliraki’s beaches have fantastic watersports facilities, where you can ride a banana boat, and do some parasailing or paragliding.
Faliraki’s larger than life waterpark makes for an excellent cheap day out. It’s got everything you could ask for, with kamikazes, free fall slides, lazy rivers and plenty of swimming pools. For some evening entertainment head to the centre of Faliraki and enjoy the lively nightclubs and cocktail bars.
Spend as much or as little as you want, and with so many hotels right on your doorstep, they’ll be no need to hire a taxi at the end of the night.
Great deals and cheap excursions are always on the menu in Faliraki
Faliraki’s sun-kissed shores are just a four hour flight from the UK, meaning you can be soaking up the rays and basking on the beach in no time.
You don’t have to go far to find affordable attractions in Faliraki, for party goers as well as families. There are plenty of activities and sights to see for all ages, including Faliraki’s five kilometre stretch of sand, Greece’s largest waterpark, and a buzzing nightlife scene.
If you're looking a fun and affordable place to take the kids, stop the search here. This budget-friendly hotel is family centred and has got a whole range of activities for kids to enjoy. Cool off from the Greek sunshine by enjoying the huge outdoor pool with adjoining waterpark and splash-tastic slides. There's even a lazy river, Boomerango and a couple of Kamikazes. If you're feeling peckish this All Inclusive serves up delicious treats in both its international buffet and a la carte restaurant.