Despite its small scale, Kremasti’s stuffed with sights to see, and Panagia Kremasti Church should be top of your list. Step inside and you’ll be blown away by the intricate murals that decorate the walls. Next door is the town’s library, designed in the style of Rome’s Pantheon.
Lovely for lounging
The beach here’s a hit with the locals, but its sprawling size means it’s never too crowded! There are lots of secluded spots to choose from, so pick a plot and soak up the rays. Windsurfing and kitesurfing are popular pastimes too.
Kremasti’s perfectly perched for exploring Rhodes’ capital. The Old Town’s maze of cobbled streets house a treasure trove of boutiques and bazaars. The Grand Master of Knights and Mandraki Harbour are two sightseeing standouts, while foodies will find fantastic restaurants dotted on every corner.