English Villages of Rhodes

Fanes Village, Rhodes

Fanes Village, Rhodes

Fanes (Greek: Φάνες) is a village in the northeast part of Rhodes. The main village is situated around 1 km inland. Fanes has had extensive farm fields, near the coast and along the adjacent hills. It also has a small natural bay which was refitted as a yacht port in the 1990s. Since 1998, Fanes has formed part of the Municipality of Kameiros (Kamiros) — named after the ancient Doric city.

The relaxed, rural village of Fanes spreads out from its charming harbor, filled with fishing boats and yachts. The remote, sand-and-shingle Fanes Beach is popular with kitesurfers and windsurfers due to strong offshore winds. Water-sports rental companies and rustic tavernas dot the seafront, and there are a few cafes and hip bars in quiet village lanes

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