|Monday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Sunday||8:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
Take your swim wear and plan at least 4 hours. Apart from the beautiful old bath structures there are the most amazing examples of Greek mosaics to see. Gorgeous restaurant that you can indulge in after a dip. Enjoy the hot thermal springs in the waters of this natural cove then relax on sun loungers around a small beach area. Bliss!
A place with a great history! A stunning view, with a crystal clear beach. It combines everything, restaurant, bar, beach, music and more!
Beautiful pace to go for the day, only charged €3 each and food was reasonable. They do not sell or rent out snorkeling equipment (they've missed a trick) so take some of you like to explore. Waters were calm thanks to the rocks
Lovely place, great views and really nice for snorkling. For the beds; you had to order something above 10 euros to be able to get two - since we just ate across the water (and that wasn't good enough for the guy we spoke), we decided to not take beds. The rocks/peddles are quite big and rough - so laying down on your towels isn't very comfortable.
One of the best places to visit in Rhodes! Kallithea Springs leave you speechless with the breathtaking view, the beautiful crystal clear water and the unique structures that take you in an other time. It is only seven kilometers from the main city, as the locals call it "Hora" or "City of Rhodes" and it has easy affordable access by bus every half hour!
A wonderful setting that fills you with joy and relaxation close to the city of Rhodes. The sea is clean and relatively deep, it is a really good place for families with kids too! There is a cafeteria above the beach but it is quite expensive.The ticket to enter is really cheap! A must visit place in Rhodes if you want to feel like you are in a movie.
One of the best places to visit in Rhodes! Kallithea Springs leave you speechless with the breathtaking view, the beautiful crystal clear water and the unique structures that take you in an other time. It is only seven kilometers from the main city, as the locals call it "Hora" or "City of Rhodes" and it has easy affordable access by bus every half hour from the city centre!
Beautiful place close to the sea! Nice museum inside, with lots of pictures and photos. nice architecture and the way down to the beach is made by stones placed one by one! Nice plaz, equipped beach.
Very beautiful place. Lovely beach. Nice caffe. Amazing view . Very nice sea, and museum
We went there on 31/03. Only the bar was open and there were no sun beds but it’s still worth it to go for a drink by the sea and visit the surroundings.
Both beautiful and stunning scenery, beach, child friendly beach with toilet facilities and also a place to look around or relax. Refreshments and food are available. Can be reached by bus and car. You need to pay €3 per person (I think children are free) €2 if you are disabled. Please note that i was only using crutches on the day i visited Kallithea Springs. Would highly recommend. Enjoy.
Beautifull place to visit , you can take bathing clothes lovely calm inlet to swim a bit rocky and pebbly, under cover shaded areas to eat and drink plenty of room. Does get busy as there's sunbathing areas don't forget your water. Dome area very nice picturesque and lovely scenic photos you can take. Entrance to the springs is adult €3 stay as long as you like think it closes 8pm. Worth a visit if staying in Kalithea.
Nice area for a chill and a beer overlooking the sea. Plenty to watch with boats snorkelling and swimmers. Also a site for getting married. €3 to get in.
Very nice, but definitely not as big as you'd think. Sure, it has some very nice buildings and the staff is really relaxed. But we expected a bit more buildings (or at least more to see). But still, it was a very nice place to visit and we don't regret it at all.
Beautiful buildings in an amazing spot. Only €3 to get in. Bar staff said you had to spend more than €5 each to use a free sun lounger. Not sure if this was a scam! Sea was ok for snorkelling but there is only a small pebble beach.
Stunning architecture, outstanding place to chill out, small rocky beach but water is clear, showers and changing areas available. You can have a drink, relaxing bed and entrance fee for under ten bucks. Can be crowded though during high season.
Beautiful cove for swimming. Small entrance fee. Sun beds cost 5 euros but include free drink. Waiter service to sunbeds or nice cafe, also great views from the dome above.
We had such a wonderful day here. There is plenty to do - walk around the baths and grounds, learn about it's history and then grab a sun bed and lounge for the rest of the day. It's €3 per person but is totally worth it! You can use the loungers for the day provided you make a good or drink order, which given the heat, you might be glad of anyway! There are several ways to get into the water, and if you're not near the Sandy shallow end there are ladders into it elsewhere. The water is lovely and clear and you get a great view of the diving classes and other boats that pop in and out of the bay. Definitely worth a visit!
Beautiful place - in my opinion the most beautiful little coastal area / attraction in Rhodes. The colours of white set off the beautiful blue of the ocean and the green and pink of the flowers. Only €3 each to get in there are sunbeds and swimming facilities, a cafe, some art exhibitions and more. Wish I could have spent the whole day here. A must do when in Rhodes.
Stunning. Relaxing. The water is deep in some parts so make sure you are confident. The food is beautiful. To me laying on a lounger drifting in and out of sleep listening to music and the sea was heaven! The drinks device was a bit slow.
A very picturesque place with a narrow beach and perfect cafe/bar. The entrance fee is 2 euros and there is also a 5euro minimum consumption for the sun-beds and umbrellas but the place is crowded from early in the morning, due to nearby huge hotels, which means you can only find a place to sit on a table if you want shadow. The place is definitely a must see in Rhodes.
This place was alive. We only popped in for a look around and a quick drink. It was beautiful. Waiters were fantastic. View was lush. There was a wedding there at the same time, it looked wonderful.