In Rhodes you will find a unique way to relax and enjoy your holiday, whatever you are looking for:
romantic, alternative, sporty, family treat or a clubber’s paradise.
Golden beaches and ancient treasures, boutique hotels or big all inclusive complexes, traditional restaurants (tavern)
or restaurants with contemporary cuisine, they are all here.
Make a trip around the island and you will discover that Rhodes is more than a ‘must’ section in a tourist guide.
You will love it’s originality and hospitality.
the Medieval City and its atmospheric streets, which lead to the impressive Palace of the Grand Master or Castello,
to the new city, the lighthouse of Agios Nikolaos and the famous Deer that dominate the entrance of the port.
Then we can enjoy the endless blue of the Aegean from the hill of Monte Smith,
exploring the ruins of the ancient stadium and the temple of Apollo on the Acropolis of Rhodes.
Wander the park of Rodini, a park suitable for walks in which you will find dense vegetation,
beautiful ponds with flowering shores and idyllic paths drowned in the trees.
Then a walk to the south side of the island, in the thermal baths of Kallithea.
It is a monument of incomparable beauty and special architecture.
Arriving in the village of Archangelos you will travel through time and tradition and if you can bear the 300 steps
you will admire the view from the monastery of Panagia Tsambika (church).
A little while later you will reach the picturesque Lindos, whose alleys are reminiscent of Cycladic islands.
You will be enchanted by the mansions of the captain’s house and the Acropolis which dominates the top of the rock.
Continue along the coast to Prasonisi, the exotic end of the island with the narrow strip
of sand that divides the sea in two: calm like glass on one side, stormy and full of waves on the other.
Embona, a village at an altitude of 430 meters with its meat and local wines will definitely compensate you!
From there it continues to Profitis Ilias and Eleousa with the abandoned buildings of the Italian occupation
and go to the other side of the island, which is still unexploited for tourism, Monolithos with its wonderful castle.
We continue to Kritinia with the majestic archeological site of Ancient Kameiros
and the picturesque port overlooking Halki and Alimia.
Be sure to visit the green valley with the Butterflies located in the western part of the island of Rhodes,
about five kilometers southeast of the village of Theologos (or Tholos).
It is one of the rarest habitats in Europe and is the summer refuge
of the moth Panaxia Quadripunctaria (Butterfly the Square),
as its scientific name is.
Small lakes with water lilies. Shady paths ∙ wooden bridges ∙ cellar streams but also small waterfalls,
Countless trees – plane trees, spruce, coumarins, myrtles, wild olives – but also tropical rainbow trophies,
oleanders, oleanders and ivy.
Next stop is the ascent to the “Martyrdom Road” on the Hill of Filerimos,
with the cross visible from all over the western part of the island dominating its top.
Returning to the city of Rhodes, leave your car or motorcycle for a while and walk in the idyllic Kato Petres,
by the Aegean Sea and proceed to the Aquarium to admire all the richness of marine life, and in general,
the marine ecosystem of the area.