Atrium Palace Thalasso Spa Resort

If you’re looking for a truly relaxing spot where you can recharge and unwind, then the Atrium Palace Thalasso Spa Resort is the place to be.

During a stay here, you’ll have a choice of six outdoor swimming pools and an indoor option. Sunloungers and parasols frame the scene on the sun terrace, which is perfectly positioned to catch some rays.

For food and drink, you’ll find a buffet restaurant plus two a la carte options. As well as two poolside bars and a beach bar, there’s also a bar that specialises in live piano performances and freshly mixed cocktails.

Children can enjoy the kids’ club and the playground by day and a mini-disco at night. While the kids play, head to the spa to truly unwind.

Overview of Kalathos

A trip to Kalathos is scenic and tranquil. During your stay here, you’ll feel a million miles away from the stresses and strains of 21st-century life. Days here are spent enjoying walks on the long, sandy beach and sipping coffee on the village seafront.

In the evening, expect bars to play live music and offer traditional Greek cuisine. The seafront is a really romantic location, and is a great spot to enjoy an evening meal and share a bottle of wine as you look out to sea as the sun sets.

The resort’s hardly been touched by tourism, so if you’re looking for a holiday to Rhodes where you can experience the very best of traditional Greece, the Atrium Palace Thalasso Spa Resort is ideal.

Things to do in Kalathos

The Atrium Palace Thalasso Spa Resort provides you with a great base to explore this patch of untouched Greece. When you venture to the village, you’ll find whitewashed buildings and a great range of bars and restaurants speckled across the streets.

Down on the front, there’s a four-kilometre-long beach. It’s made of tiny pebbles and is incredibly popular with the locals. As well as offering plenty of space to relax, the beach also has a small bar that serves drinks.

The wind here also makes it perfect for water sports, so expect to catch some waves. Lots of the locals kitesurf, so you can watch from the shores or take part.

If you fancy a day trip for a change of scenery, Rhodes Town is under an hour away by car. Faliraki is even closer, so a lively night out is only half-an-hour away.

Serene, peaceful and relaxing, after a stay in Kalathos, it’s impossible to leave without your batteries being completely recharged.

Resort Summary

Secluded and unspoilt, Kalathos has all the markings of a traditional Greek village. Located on the east coast and on the road to Lindos, this village has hardly been touched by the influx of tourism that has taken over parts of Rhodes. Instead, Kalathos keeps its classic Greek roots and is a peaceful, quiet place to spend your holiday.

Set into a hillside, the village itself is an array of whitewashed buildings with restaurants and bars speckled around the streets. From here you’ll see spectacular views over the Aegean Sea and Kalathos beach. The area is home to a small population of just 400 locals, but in the summertime this slowly rises as visitors come to enjoy the serenity and peacefulness of the village on cheap holidays to Rhodes. You’ll be completely immersed in tranquil Greek life while staying in this little-known location.