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    (09.00 am to 17:00 pm)
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    From 07.45 am to 08.20 am
  • PRICE : 65€
Anthony Quinn Bay (30 min) + Tsambika Beach (2 hours) + Afandou Caves (30 min) + Kallithea’s Bay (20 min) –
With Buffet Lunch Onboard

Excursion Details:

Join us on a unique Cruise 🚢 around Rhodes! We will be departing from Mandraki Port to visit Anthony Quinn Bay in “Ladiko”, a small bay surrounded by formidable rocks. This is the shooting location for the 1961 film “Guns of Navarone” with Anthony Quinn. The beach was named after him as he purchased the place. Its original name was Vagies bay. You will be able to dive off the boat into the refreshing clear waters of the bay for 30 minutes! The bay has a width of 10 meters and a length of 250 meters packed with rocks, pebbles and fine sand both inside the sea and out on the beach. The dark emerald of the pine trees, that touch the shore’s edge, paint the surroundings in unexpected hues. The beach is perfect for people who love to swim in secluded lagoons, dive, snorkel or just gaze at the rocks.


Continuing along the east coast, our next stop will be “Tsambika beach”, where you will have the opportunity to relax and swim for 2 hours. Tsambika beach is such a beautiful, unspoiled beach with golden sand in the Island’s East coast. Above the white, bright, fine sand, rises the steep 240m high rock, on which a white chapel is enthroned.

Feeling refreshed but hungry after a long swimming session under the summer sun? We have you covered! We will have prepared a delicious buffet–lunch 🍽 with various Greek delicacies for you to enjoy.

After lunch, we will be on our way to return, but not before a 30 minute stop at “Afandou Caves” to dive 🏊‍♀️ into the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea one more time. Superb caves rise all the way around the beach, giving the whole place a magical atmosphere. The blue crystal water combined with the pebbles on the beach make the “Afandou Caves” a beloved choice for travellers and locals. 


Continuing to the north, we will stop at “Kallithea Spa” for some photos 📸 (20 minutes), before finally returning to the port. Kallithea’s beach is one of the most popular among the locals. It is composed of many small creeks covered with pine-trees🌳,  that’s why is one of the Island’s attractions. It is an ideal place for diving and snorkelling as there is abundant marine life full of an amazing variety of fish and crystal clear waters.

An ideal family day cruise!!


Faliraki, Kallithea, Rhodes City, Ixia, Ialyssos, Kremasti.



Self – guided tour



Departure from Mandraki Port.


Price Includes :

  • Hotel pick up & drop off
  • Anthony Quinn Bay, Tsambika beach, Afandou Caves, Kallithea's Bay
  • Buffet lunch on Board!
  • Boat ticket


Different swimming stops at the most popular beaches on the East coast!

Buffet lunch on the boat with the variety of Greek food

Relaxing day trip


  • Drinks


  • Sunscreen
  • Hat for the sun
  • Swim suit & beach towel
  • Pocket money for drinks on the boat

Where and how is it best to book my tour?

The easiest way to book is at our office. Come and meet our tour advisors, George & Maria and receive all the information, suggestions, tips, leaflets, maps… We like meeting our customers.
If you prefer to pre-book the tours but pick-up your tickets and arrange the payment upon your arrival, do not hesitate to get in touch with us by e-mail. We will make all the arrangements, and you can come to our office when you arrive in Rhodes.
If you prefer online booking, do check our Booking Engine (BOOK NOW). It offers real-time availability, an easy booking procedure, and instant booking confirmation to your email.
If you can not reach us out, you can always ask at your hotel front desk to give us a call and help you with your booking.
We also offer some of the tours through various Booking Channels, like Viator, Get Your Guide, Civitatis, Sunbonoo.

How early in advance should I book?

Booking early (shortly before your arrival to Rhodes or soon upon your arrival) is recommended for tours during peak season (July, August, September).
Travellers visiting Rhodes for one day or with a very limited time frame should consider booking their tour as far in advance as possible.

What is the latest I can book the trip?

We gladly accept last-minute reservations. You can pop into our office until 22:00 (in peak season you will find us there even until 23:00).
Our Booking Engine has live availability for reservations up to 12 hours before the departure on most of our tours.
But surely, to avoid any disappointment, especially during the peak season, it is recommended to check the availability & book your tour at least 3 days in advance.

The date I want to book the tour is blocked out/ not available?

If your preferred date is blocked out or you do not find it in the calendar, do not hesitate to reach out to us, we may be able to offer you an alternative.

Are tours available all year round?

At the moment, we operate only during the Summer Season (April to October). Some tours are also available in November.(Private Tours).

How do I choose the right tour for me?

We believe that nowadays travellers are very experienced and truly know what type of activities they prefer. All our tour descriptions are very informative and detailed so that it is easy to understand if the activity suites your taste and interests. You should check if the tour has a pick up from your resort, if the tour provides enough free time on sights, if the tour has a tour guide, if there are any additional expenses that are not included in the price of the tour (food, tickets), what language is the tour (mostly for non-English speakers), are there swimming stops, and so on. We want our customers to be well informed about the service/ product they are about to purchase.
If shared group tours seem not to suit any of your preferences, we also offer set and tailored private tours. Make sure to check them out!

I’m having problems with online booking. Are there any other options?

Yes, of course! You can email or message us, and we will provide you with alternative booking/ payment options.

How do I know that my tour is booked?

Your tour is booked only if you have received your Booking Confirmation. It is either a printed Voucher, a PDF Voucher or the Booking Confirmation e-mail for online bookings.

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