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Went to this bay on the way to Symi with Zeus D boat trips. The water was crystal clear and still quite warm for the time of year. We had the opportunity to swim and snorkel - the boat supplied full face masks for this....More
A place to visit when cruising Symi, stunning! Crystal clear water, beautiful turquoise colours!
Boat trip from Rhodes to Symi is worth every penny, and this is the last thing you see before getting back to the town.
Do not miss if you have the...More
The 2 hour boat trip from Rhodes to Symi Island made this the best experience and best holiday, I mean the best holiday we have had.
The waters were crystal clear.
Once we arrived the boat staff handed out snorkeling masks and so for the...More
What a place!
A beach only reachable from the sea. Giant cliffs surrounding the bay making it a hideaway. Snorkeling is great, fish are hiding but water is crystalclear.
This is a must do when at Symi island
Wonderful bay with clear blue cristal water.
You can only swim there and enjoy the beautiful water but it is worth it.
Gorgeous views and beautiful beach (no facilities on the beach at all).
We stopped there from Symi island on our way back to...More
We didn't go onto Saint George Bay, but or Ship taking us to the Island of Symi, the Ship stopped for about 15 minutes so that we could all see this beautiful place & take some photo's. This is somewhere beach lovers would love to...More
Stopped by here on M/V Zeus boat trip from Rhodes to Symi on the way back to Rhodes. Boat stopped here for people to swim and snorkel.
There are high cliffs all around with unusual rock formations, which looks beautiful on clear day. The water...More
No facilities at all here. It's really one for couples who want to be alone on a stunning beach. A couple of hours would be the most you could manage before feeling like you're on desert island! Boats don't come often so ensure you arrange...More
This is a stunning location and the sea is lovely. We spent a couple of days on this beach but we called them our 'hardcore' days. There are no loungers so I'd definitely recommend taking some sort of mat. Also very little shade unless you...More
There is no road or even a footpath to this wonderful beach located on the foot of a 300 metres cliff and surounded by rocky mountains. Emerald transparent water welcome the taxi boat that will bring you there. There is no taverna, umbrellas so if...More