In situ : on the beach, Kalithea, Rhodes, Greece

What, no sand?
Some of the beaches on the island of Rhodes are more limestone terraces colonized by deckchairs than classic golden-stretch-of-sand.
It might look a bit desolated on the picture, yet in reality it has a nice mineral charm to it. Add a silk scarf to the mix it and it’s end-of-the-world-chic!


Plus, as my husband might had, you won’t get any sand in your shoes! 

1 Comment

  • Reply May 9, 2014

    Tanya Stamoulis

    I grew up going to my uncle’s summer house in Kalamos, Greece most summers. The beach was all rocks and I loved it. It may seem strange to many at first, but once you get used to the rocks under your feet you can’t help but enjoy the benefits. No sand sticking to you and your belongings!

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