“Haraki offers unique moments of relaxation and regeneration, as relaxing rimes with the ultimate in amenities. Enticing Haraki generously combines history and tradition with modernity and the avant-guard.
Putting it in a nutshell, our guestshave dubbed Haraki Heaven on Earth”.

Within a 38 km drive from downtown Rhodes , Haraki combines the calm of a quiet fishermen village with all modern amenities making of it an attractive tourist destination. Playing host to repetitive visitors, Haraki sets the pace of summer holidays in the region, making a statement of its own as part of a unique landscape. Delightfully set on a 5 km , genuine and unspoilt beach, Haraki comes to be the launching spot for those in quest of a relaxing day in the sun. This is where nature meets man in a constructed environment that has, over the centuries, come to be foster their harmonious coexistence.

A lazy bay, a traditional settlement, a rocky hill crowned with the remains of the medieval fortress of Faraklos, an area scattered with archaeological sites and places of high historic interest (amongst which the remains of a sugar mill), the azure sea kissing the lacy coast, rocky coves and sandy beaches – such as the “Red Sand” beach and Aghia Agathi beach for those favouring swimming in shallow, quiet seas just as for those in quest of high-adrenaline moments in practicing water sports, are only some of the many features making of Haraki an exceptional destination. Simplicity, calmness, top quality services and – most and above all – the heartfelt hospitality of locals towards visitors and tourists, are the main aspects of life in Haraki and, indeed, what has contributed so decisively in turning this place into one of the most sought-after holiday hubs on the island of Rhodes.

Lovers of traditional Greek cuisine – already so highly appreciated for its salutary effects and high nutritional value – will see their preferences catered for in the most tasty way in any of the typical restaurants in the area. Care for coffee or perhaps a delicious Greek desert or just for a refreshing drink? All you have to do is take seats at any of the seafront cafés, the site of the settlement being ideal for those whishing to combine a restful holiday with some outings of historic interest, some entertainment and a little bit of shopping therapy in various other spots on the island. Those who will pant to climb the several steps up to the remains of the medieval fort of Faraklos are certain to compensate themselves with one of the most breathtaking sunsets! To be noted that Lindos lies within a mere 15 km drive from Haraki. Car and Motor Bike Rental agencies operating from Haraki dispose of a wide range of vehicles to cater to every need.