Ay Apostoli (more correctly, Ay Paulos) Rhodes

The Pilot does not mark the 3.5m plateau of rock in the centre of the entrance. Navionics does. It is much deeper to the N of centre, say 4m from the cliff. Beware of cliff-jumpers landing on deck.

St Paul's is a delightful pool, very sheltered from all directions. We took lines to the eastern rocks. Holding is good, on sand (occasional lumps of rock). The acroplis above is stunning, from the pool or when visiting. Quality restaurant on the S beach. The streets of Lindos are charming, though crowded during tourist hours. There was no swell outside when we visited, so we can't comment on it "rebounding around the bay".

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