The ancient Kallithea Therme, also known as Kallithea Springs, were a system of thermal hot springs, later disused and no longer functional. Today, the thermal baths host one of the most popular and well-known places on the entire island of Rhodes.
A wonderful location for events and weddings. A spectacular place for directors, photographers and set designers who often immortalize its unique context, amidst mosaics and lush gardens.
And, of course, its crystal clear waters, among the main reasons for visiting the place.
It is a splendid and evocative beach of golden sand, bordered by rocks and rocks that enter the sea and surrounded by palm trees and maritime pines. The spa buildings around make the context unique, thanks to their Arab-influenced architecture, rich in magnificent mosaics.
The sea is beautiful, blue and emerald, clear and crystalline, with rocky bottoms, which is why we recommend paying attention. The beach is equipped with sun beds and umbrellas, also placed on the low cliffs that delimit the sandy coast on either side.
The Kallithea Therme are located in Leof. Kallitheas 80, almost halfway between Rhodes Town and Faliraki. You can get there easily by car, covering just under 8 kilometers from both destinations. There is no shortage of signs along the entire route.
By bus, daily connections are guaranteed exclusively from Rhodes Town. The bus runs daily from 10am (first ride) to 9.15pm (last ride) from Rhodes Town, and from 8:20 am to 6:40 pm from Kallithea Springs.
Tickets can be purchased directly on board. It costs €2.40 per person
Entrance to the Kallithea Baths is allowed every day from 08:00 to 20:00.
The entrance ticket costs €5.00 at the standard rate, and €2.50 reduced for children under the age of 12.