The Lake

At the end of the 150-long tunnel, there is a lake created by a dam completed in 1931. The lake is 200 metres long, 10 to 50 metres wide and 1 to 8 metres deep. It is used as a depository for the irrigation of Kolymbia region.

It is the only place in Rhodes where visitors can enjoy a swim in fresh water, cool natural springs and a beautiful forest around the lake. Those wishing to visit the dam and the cascade must turn left as they exit the tunnel.

The Tunnel

The water of the springs and river Loutanis is channeled into a tunnel through which it is led to the lake. On the way… The tunnel was constructed by Italian constructors and local workers and was completed in 1931. Its construction, as that of all public works in the area, began in the 1920’s.


Q How do I get to Seven Springs from Rhodes Town?

You can reach Seven Springs by car or bus. If driving, take the road towards Archipoli village, and you'll find signs leading to Seven Springs. Buses also operate from Rhodes Town to Seven Springs, providing a convenient and cost-effective transportation option.

Q Is there an entrance fee to visit Seven Springs?

There is no entrance fee to access Seven Springs.

Q Are there facilities available at Seven Springs?

Yes, there are facilities such as a cafeteria and restroom facilities at Seven Springs, providing visitors with basic amenities during their visit. The area is well-maintained to ensure a comfortable experience for tourists.

Q Can I swim in the lake at Seven Springs?

Swimming is not allowed in the lake at Seven Springs. The primary purpose of the lake is to collect water from the natural springs, and swimming is restricted to maintain the ecological balance of the area.

Q Are there walking trails at Seven Springs?

Yes, there are walking trails that allow visitors to explore the lush surroundings and enjoy the natural beauty of Seven Springs. The trails are relatively easy, making it suitable for a leisurely stroll amidst nature.

Q Is Seven Springs suitable for families with children?

Yes, Seven Springs is family-friendly, and children can enjoy the natural surroundings. However, it's essential to supervise children, especially near the water and walking trails.

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