The beaches on Rhodes Island are a great attraction for visitors. There are about 45 attractive beaches on the island so there is a lot for visitors to choose from! Afandou beach is quite undeveloped and therefore good for those who don't like a crowd. Faliraki beach, on the other hand, is usually quite crowded and has all the necessary amenities including sunbeds, umbrellas, water sport facilities, restaurants and beach bars to enjoy. The shallow waters of Faliraki Beach make it a popular holiday spot for families with children, as do the great facilities. The Faliraki Water Park and Luna Park distinguish this beach from others on the island as they feature water slides, kamikaze slides and a gigantic wave pool, as well as fully trained and certified lifeguards for safety. Faliraki Beach is on the northeast of the island, about 7.5 miles (12km) from Rhodes town. Kalathos beach has crystal-clear waters, wooden sunbeds and bamboo umbrellas (very eco-friendly!) and Kallithea beach is renowned for its hot medicinal springs and beautiful palm trees. Lindos beach is right beneath the castle of the same name and is a peaceful little cove, great for a quick dip after visiting the castle.