Charaki (Greek: Χαράκι) is a small fishing village on the east coast of the island of Rhodes, Greece. In addition to its fishing trade, Charaki is also a small holiday resort, with the usual tavernas, restaurants and bars. Charaki has a small, picturesque bay with a number of holiday apartments in addition to its tavernas. More recently, the land behind the bay has been host to a small number of housing developments.
Restaurants in Haraki
4.5 based on 885 reviews
Very nice beach clean blue water Agathi beach is my first favorites in Rhodos car hire or quord or scooter requured for this mush visit beach
5 based on 221 reviews
Spend a day away of the tourism. With Nikos Papas, one of the most entertaining hosts.Follow him into another world, into his world. Spend an hour walking through delightful canopy covered terrain. Feet through the water flowing down a rivulet and emerge in the grot. Relax in a hammock over the lake. Plunge into the invigorating pool Meet his 'friend' the turtle. Drink and feast in the Greek style. It is an experience of a life time!
We were in a party that included us two Brits and a party of Dutch girls and a couple of Belgian families. The staff that met us at the road were fluent in all the languages.
we were driven to the start of the walk in mostly private cars which broke the ice straight away. After meeting the mad Greek that is the wonderful Nicos Papas we set off for our walk through the bamboo 'jungle'. Most of the walk is shady which was very welcome in August! Walking through (muddy) streams was also cooling. There are a number of places where you can drink from natural Springs but even though we were told we didn't need to bring water it would have been a good idea if we had. We were fed fruit along the way which added to the Bear Grylls feel to the day. Lunch was in a flooded area with hammocks and seats in the pool. Nicos provided hot traditional Greek fare from nowhere which was plentiful and delicious. We chose to sit at a table in the pool and shared our bread with the fish and turtles swimming in the water, but there were some seats on solid ground too.. This was the only place for a toilet visit after leaving the starting place (worth mentioning!)
It is a long day with a lot of walking over uneven ground and some climbing (which was optional) but that said, my husband is 71 and I had broken a metatarsal a couple days before the walk and we both coped easily.
Fully recommend this day out as it is so different from anything we had ever done on our visits to Rhodes.... loved it
5 based on 69 reviews
This restaurant is a real find. Service is fantastic and staff are very friendly and helpful. The menu isn't huge but the standard of the food is excellent and portions are very generous. We were offered complimentary ouzo but when we politely refused we got baklava and ice cream instead - which was beautiful. I would definitely recommend this restaurant it was excellent value for money and I had spaghetti bolognese which was simply delicious
5 based on 59 reviews
Paddle Paradise organizes Stand Up Paddle adventures on the Greek island of Rhodes. No previous experience necessary, we offer tours for beginners as well as experienced paddlers. You will discover secret spots, jump from cliffs and have time to relax, swim or snorkel in crystal clear water. Above all you will have a lot of FUN!
absolutely perfect. easy to book. on time pick up from cruise ship. instruction & you are off on an incredible tour of the coastline of rhodes. beach stop with snorkeling & snacks, cliff jumping & snorkeling in a cave at other stop. staff was super friendly. would definitely do this again.
5 based on 81 reviews
My sister and I had an absolutely amazing experience parasailing.
60 euros for 2 people + option of a gro pro for 20 euros. We went for the go pro to really capture the experience but some people were just using their phones. Well organised family run business. Would 100% recommend and look forward to going back to Tsambika beach to try out their other Water Sports.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Our private tour with Rhodes Taxi and Limo Service included a visit here. It is said that Saint Paul stopped at this small rocky bay around 57 AD to preach Christianity. A small, picturesque Greek Orthodox chapel dedicated to Saint Paul commemorates the visit. The bay is almost totally surrounded by cliffs, with just a small opening into the sea. There are 2 Beaches at the bay, separated by rocks. The water is clear and a beautiful shade of deep blue. Combined with a spectacular view of the Acropolis (which by the way provides a spectacular view of the beach), the Bay is stunning! This is the perfect place for a big fat Greek wedding! If only I were single and Greek.
4.5 based on 184 reviews
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We visited yamas bar twice once during the day and for the world tourism night both times the service was excellent and the food was superb. Generous measures in the food and cocktails decent white wine and welcoming staff. I was staying in pefkos but this little bar was one of my holiday highlights I just loved it. Great place to sit and chill with some people watching thrown in.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Small beach , lovely sand great for a relaxing few days plenty of sun loungers and there's a few points of entry/exit to the beach all have a shower for rinsing sand off and it has easy access to various bars and restaurants , shops also
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Was surprised to see such a lovely unspoilt beach. Not crowded. The water was crystal clear and just the right temperature for swimming. The beach was clean and the time we visited t was quiet. There are some nice restaurants on the Promenade. All serving value for money good and drink. We had a lovely restful week.
4.5 based on 501 reviews
We always search for the smaller, more intimate places as destination for our Greek holidays.
As the title says we found on Crete Makrigialos and certainly Plakias and now on Rhodos Island we found another that is to our taste and that is called Stegna Beach.
Good beach, yes tourists but absolutely not overcrowded, good proportion of taverna's and (small) accommodations, very good atmosphere and cosy.
It was completely to our taste
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