Rhodes is the queen of the Dodecanese.
An island with an important history, countless attractions, wonderful beaches, natural beauty and special gastronomy that has been magnetizing visitors from all over the world for years.
Faithful to tradition but also cosmopolitan, Rhodes is a destination that will not disappoint you no matter what you are looking for!
Once upon a time, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the Colossus of Rhodes, dominated its port.
Although you will not see him anymore because he is lost, arriving in Rhodes you will feel an imposing aura flooding you.
The island of the Knights is not unjustly characterized. You will understand why you just wander to the Old Town, which is a World Heritage Site.
Inside the wall unfolds the long history of the island from antiquity.
Travel to the Middle Ages walking on the famous Knights Street and reach the Palace of the Grand Master with the magnificent towers at the highest point of the castle!
The modern city of Rhodes is the busy Mandraki. In Mandraki you will find present and past to talk harmoniously.
Cafes, restaurants, shops, bars and hotels are mushrooming everywhere. At the same time, the traditional “Marasiotika” houses and the public buildings on the coastal road give a nostalgic aesthetic to the settlement.
Visit the Governor’s Office, the National Theater, the City Hall and the famous Hotel of the Roses of the interwar period, where the Casino of the island is hosted today.
In the port you will find dominating two huge columns of alabaster with the symbols of the island the deer and the deer, but also the small fortress of Agios Nikolaos!
One of the most beautiful and popular settlements of the island is Lindos.
The imposing ancient citadel located above the sea was one of the most important pilgrimages of antiquity.
The walls of the Knights protect the ancient remains of the temple of Lindia Athena and the spectacle is unique.
The amphitheatric village of Lindos gathers a crowd of people who flock to the alleys with shops and restaurants every summer!
Rhodes, however, has countless hidden secrets. Its traditional villages are definitely worth a visit.
Archangelos with the ceramic tradition, Afandou known for the weaving art, Ialyssos, Salakos, Eleousa, Monolithos with the amazing sunset, Agios Isidoros and Apollo are some of them!
Nevertheless, if you are looking for unlimited fun and endless nightlife among young tourists, the destination is one and it is called Faliraki
The large coastline of Rhodes has given the island a number of beautiful beaches and beaches.
Other organized and other secluded and quiet will enchant you with their crystal clear waters.
The cosmopolitan Elli with the sandy coast, Ialyssos ideal for surfing, Vlycha which are suitable for families and Afandou are some of the beaches where you will find everything you need to spend all day by the sea.
If you are still looking for tranquility then we suggest Traganou with its caves and small pebbles, Ladiko, Fourni with its wild beauty and the impressive Prasonisi the rocky islet that joins a narrow strip of sand with the southern tip of the island.
Finally, do not forget to visit Anthony Quinn Beach where the famous movie “The Canaries of Navarino” was shot with Antony Quinn.
Do not be late, Rhodes is waiting for you to discover it!