The port of Mandraki is shallow, suitable only for yachts and small boats that make excursions to the beaches of Rhodes and the neighboring islands.
According to a tradition, rather inaccurate, once in place of the deer stood the Colossus.
At its entrance, on two tall columns of limestone, are the symbols of the island: a bronze deer and a bronze doe.
The ships sailed under his feet and the passage was closed in the evenings with a chain. There are also three windmills, which they have been there since the 15th century and ground the grain carried by merchant ships.
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