Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands of Greece and is their historical capital; it is the ninth largest island in the overall Mediterranean Sea.

Emerald Beaches

Rhodes is one of the most enchanting Greek destinations that visitors today can select.

Day & Night Life

Beaches in Rhodes have crystal waters and they are unique in natural beauty.

History

Activities, nightlife, unique food and anything you can imagine is here, in Rhodes.

Emerald Beaches

Beaches in Rhodes have crystal waters and they are unique in natural beauty.

History

Rhodes is one of the most enchanting Greek destinations that visitors today can select.

Day & Night Life

Activities, nightlife, unique food and anything you can imagine is here, in Rhodes.

Must Visit

Old Town

Time is locked out. Everyone else is within: ancient Greeks, Byzantines, Ottomans, Jews and Italians. This is, however, the romantic view; in truth, they are not alone, these wonderful ghosts.With them are tourists in their thousands, archaeologists, tour guides, artists, permanent residents, business people and touts, all continuing to write the history of the Old Town of Rhodes, a story which has been unfolding for the past 2,400 years.

Lindos

Lindos is for most visitors the most impressive archaeological site on the island of Rhodes. At the first sight, everyone inevitably steps on the brake pedal, to admire the dramatic natural landscape which is enhanced by the picturesque quality of the town built in a more recent past. The view is astonishing. Over the calm waters of a wide, rocky bay, white flat-roofed houses rise up a slope from a golden, schallow, sandy beach, forming a light belt around the north side of the castle hill. The mighty castle of the Acropolis of Lindos is enthroned above. At closer look, you can see behind the warlike walls the pillars of a very dainty little temple, which was once dedicated to the goddess Athena Lindia.