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At the southernmost Point of the island, strong winds propel windsurfers on the adventures over the waves in front of a superb beach, where in sheltered areas swimmers can enjoy the outstanding waters. In this magnificent setting, 100 km from the capital, 40 km from Lindos and 8 km from the village of Kattavia , the sea at Prasonisi seems to mingle with the adjacent land delighting the senses and the wind stirs up the passion for an exhilarating aquatic adventure.
Small traditional villages and sightseeing’s like Apollakia, the Castle of Monolithos and Lachania are a few kilometers away. Lindos and the ancient Greek settlement of Kamiros are also within easy reach.
The sandy beach is world famous spot for wind/kite surfers paradise and the best place to watch the sunset on the whole island with a totally clear horizon. Especially in July and August when the summer winds are at their most favourable. On one side of the cape there is the Aegean Sea with good waves and views for advanced surfers and on the other side the Mediterranean Sea with calmer water, making it an ideal location for every level of surfer.
Prasonisi is surely one of the most impressive beaches on Rhodes, at its southernmost tip. Two sandy coves ending in an island that you can reach on foot depending weather and sea levels. At Prasonisi beach you will find 3 specialised surfing stations in which you can rent or store your surf equipment. There are also surfboards and wet-suits for hire.
Situated at the southernmost point of the island opposite Prasonisi is ancient Vroulia. This is one of the most important early settlements with organized urban planning to have been located in Greece with finds from excavations placing its construction between 650 nad 500 BC.
Prasonisi is 110 km from Diagoras airport (around 1hour and 30 minutes drive). Small traditional villages and sightseeing’s like Kattavia, Apollakia, the Castle of Monolithos and Lachania are a few kilometers away. Lindos and the ancient Greek settlement of Kamiros are also within easy reach.