Location / Info


Villa Angelina is ideally located on the southeast coast of Rhodes between Lardos and Pefkos.  The villa is directly in front of Lothiarika Beach, which is an excellent spot for swimming.  The beach is made up of sand and shingles and has sunbeds and umbrellas available for hire for those wishing to relax at the beach. In a short distance of the villa (3-5 min walk) there are several taverns, restaurants, snack-bars and supermarkets, a Water Park, a lot of Water Sports, as well as a number of shops. 

The villages of Lardos and Pefkos are only a five-minute drive away and there you will find a range of shops, restaurants, bars, pharmacies, car rental agencies and currency exchange services.  Villa Angelina is really the perfect spot for those wishing to enjoy a relaxing vacation while still having all major amenities close at hand. 


Villa Angelina is one of the few beachfront villas in the area. Located directly in front of Lothiarika beach.

Travel – Distances

The Villa is situated on the south-east part of the island. It is:

250 m away from Water Park

400 m away from Water Sports

2 km away from Lardos

2 km away from Pefkos

4 km away from Lindos

50 km away from the airport.

50 km away from Rhodes town.

The area is well served by buses and taxis. However, car hire is recommended if you want flexibility. The historic village of Lindos is just 4km to the north. There are scheduled  excursion boats from Lothiarika beach to Lindos daily (once or twice per day, depending on the month of the year).  

Further Details:

For recreation and fun there are plenty of restaurants, taverns, bars, a selection of tourist shops, water sports and mini – markets for provisions nearby the villa (2 to 3 minutes’ walk).

Lindos has some of the best restaurants on the Island, banks, a luxury spa for those lazy days and of course the breathtaking Acropolis.


  • Old town – Rhodes city:

The Medieval Town  – The Castle of Knights.

A living monument of the past. It must be nearly unique in Europe, if not the world. For every  visitor, whose stay in Rhodes is for no more than a few hours, should not neglect to walk round it.

  • The Acropolis of Rhodes

The ancient Acropolis of Rhodes is found in the district of St.  Stefanos  (Monte Smith). Here you can see the ruins of temples of Athena Polias and Pythian Apollo.  A lower level contains the ancient 2nd century BC stadium with the Old Theatre close by. Also, in the area,  there are some unusual  caves where nymphs were once worshipped.  As stands to reason, the view is superb.  Last, but not least, the New Town and Rodini Park are sights that could also be seen in Rhodes City.

  • Kalithea

This area is famous for its medicinal springs (no longer in operation), which a few years ago were popular with devotees of this form of therapy. The installations are worth seeing, however, there are plans to renovate them. Good swimming is recommended in  the nearby coves.

  • Epta Piges

Epta Piges (Seven Springs) is an attractive, green gorge, where springs that never dry, (even in the height of summer), form a little lake.

  • Lindos

A visit to Lindos is an unforgettable experience. The atmosphere of the village, whether we enjoy it from up high on the acropolis with its view over the ocean, and its two natural harbours, or in its narrow lanes with a taste of the old culture of the Aegean, provides an incomparable rest from the hustle and bustle of  ‘civilization’ we are all so used to.

  • Prasonisi

Prasonisi, which is actually an island, is connected to the main body of Rhodes by a sandbank of about 1000 m long. Depending on the direction of the wind, the sea on one side of the bank will be rough and that on the other surprisingly calm.

  • Valley of Butterflies (Petaloudes)

Thousands of butterflies, in Rhodes, may be seen in the Valley from June to September.

  • Kamiros

The ruins of Ancient Kamiros have been called the Pompeii of Greece.