Located in a quiet spot of Faliraki, 350 metres from the beach, Marieta-Giannis features a snack bar and free Wi-Fi in public areas. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a spacious balcony overlooking the garden. A fridge is included in all the bright and airy rooms at the Marieta-Giannis. Each comes with a private bathroom with shower. Coffee and drinks are served in the outdoor lounge area. Guests can also relax in the living room watching TV or playing cards. The resort centre is 100 metres away. The property is 13 km from Rhodes Town and 8 km from Rhodes International Airport. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can offer information on the famous Anthony Quinn beach at 2 km.
Dodekanessos Islands. Island-hop your way around the Dodecanese Islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea, from the raw natural wonder of Karpathos to the holy sites of Patmos. Book a room with Marieta-Giannis and discover medieval castles, walled cities and exquisite beaches. Travelers who are interested in Greek mythology and ancient ruins will have a field day here. The islands also are a perfect destination for those who want to chill out in less crowded destinations where they can hike, walk on pebble beaches and absorb a colorful local culture. In Greek, the word Dodecanese stands for twelve islands, deriving from the word “dodeca” meaning twelve and “nisia” meaning islands. As a matter of fact, they are not twelve in number but many more…Telling a white lie about their name, all we could say about them is that they must have a seductive character ready to gloriously mislead us to an unforgettable experience of traditional and serene island life. Their main aim is to misguide you of your exact location and to mislead you as far as loosing track of time is concerned. It is obvious from the moment you cast your eyes on Marieta-Giannis at Faliraki, Rhodos, 85105, Greece. Therefore, book a room with Marieta-Giannis and put your minds at ease and just enjoy the intake of the endless parade of images to your utmost gain…From the capital island, Rhodes, to the smallest and most secluded islet of the complex.
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