Rhodes daytour by tourist bus
August 13th, 2009
A full day dedicated to discovering the island of Rhodes by bus and tourist guide. Visit to the butterflies valley, to Kamiros archaeological site, to Sianna, a small mountain town inhabited by just few people, before going to Prasonisi, a place loved by wind surfers and sky surfers.
The daytour to Rhodes Island begins with a trip to the butterfly valley, a special place in Greece, where tousands of butterflies come here between june and september, to breed.
The tourist bus continues to Kamiros.
We then climb the mountains to reach the small community of Sianna.
In Sianna we visit the Aghios Panteleimon church, before having a lunch stop.
The bus then reaches Prasonisi, in the southernmost point of the island, where the Aegean and Mediterranean seas meet together.
The point where the Aegean and Mediterranean seas meet together is curious and impressive. In fact, the Mediterranean sea is always calm, while the Aegean sea has always powerful weaves, although the two seas are just a few meters between them and separated by just a tongue of sand (sometimes disappearing completely). The place is also very windy and, for all these reasons, the place is a paradise for windsurf and skysurf lovers.