The word Ladiko translated in Greek is the container used for storing or storing olive oil. The beautiful beach got its name because it was a commercial loading and unloading point for olive oil. Local fishermen have found several clay containers from shipwrecks around Ladiko is located next to the world-famous Anthony Quinn Bay. Surrounded by the picturesque bay of Ladiko, the beach is now very popular and is a part of several daily excursions by boat.
Ladiko beach does not offer water sport activities but is very attractive to boat trips because of its natural formation. Here sunbeds cost € 5 per person and the restaurant is an ideal stop for lunch, coffee or cocktails. Access to the beach is very easy via bus from Rhodes town at the cost of € 2,4. The bus stop is 500m from the beach.