Welcome to Rhodes, the Island of the Knights, the island of Sun, the charming capital of Dodecanese.
Rhodes is the biggest island of the Dodecanese complex and the fourth biggest island in the Aegean Sea. It is located at the crossroad of some great sea routes, so be prepared for quite hot weather!
Hundreds of thousands of visitors arrive every year in our island to enjoy its beautiful scenery, in combination to modern hotel premises, the traditional food, the water sports, the nightlife at the countless venues as well as to savour the history walking in the cobbled streets of the biggest Medieval Old Town in Europe declared as World Heritage Site.
One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Colossus of Rhodes was once found here.
Rhodes is a land of contrasts where you can live the cosmopolitan side of the island or just enjoy a peaceful vacation.
You are welcome to discover it!
THE MEDIEVAL OLD TOWN
One of the island's most important sights is the Medieval Old Town, declared a World Heritage Site included in UNESCO's list. This is the greatest and best preserved barricaded area in Europe, including many monuments since the Hellenistic era, the Byzantine period and the medieval and Islamic rule; the most important being the Palace of the Grand Master.
- • The Aquarium of Rhodes
- • The Acropolis of Rhodes (Monte Smith or Hill of Saint Stefanos.)
- • The Dodecanese Museum
- • The park of Rodini
- • The Filerimos hill at Ialisos
- • Ancient Kamiros
- • The bee museum
- • The Springs of kallithea
- • The Valley of the butterflies
- • Seven Springs
- • The Church of Profitis Elias
- • The Acropolis of Lindos and the village of Lindos
- • Prasonisi
FOR FURTHER INFO ON THE ISLAND OF RHODES VISIT: http://www.rhodes.gr