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Rhodes highlights

Old Town of Rhodes
Explore the cobbled alleys of the oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe and marvel at the impressive gates and fortifications.
Climb to the acropolis of Lindos to survey ancient structures, or soak up some sun on the sandy beach below.
Kalithea Springs
The idyllic natural setting, elaborate architecture and emerald cove of Kalithea Springs make it a treasured monument with unparalleled beauty.
Acropolis of Ialyssos
Visit the acropolis of Ialyssos to discover ancient treasures and archaeological riches like the Temple of Athena Polias.
Clear turquoise waters lap at both sides of this sandy peninsula, creating two fantastic beaches and epic windsurfing conditions.
Valley of the Butterflies
Wander along this valley’s winding path in summer to witness flurries of colourful tiger moths flutter among the lush vegetation.
Rhodes Waterpark
Rocket down towering water slides, ride the swells in the wave pool or just float around at Greece’s largest waterpark.
Seven Springs
Follow the gentle flow of the Seven Springs as you trek through majestic woodlands en route to a crystal-clear lake.
Profitis Ilias Mountain
After a scenic hike up this mountain, relax with some tea at one of two historic hotels near the summit.
Tsambika Beach
Dig your toes into this beach’s golden sands, or hike to the Monasteryof the Virgin of Tsambika for spectacular views.

Still a Wonder

Wonderful Rhodes has amazing beaches, nightlife and history. Its capital – Rhodes Town – once boasted the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World.

Although sadly no trace of it exists in the harbour, its Old Town is still UNESCO World Heritage listed. This is because of the magnificent Palace of the Grand Master, a 14th-century castle once home to the Knights Hospitaller.

Just around the coast is Faliraki, the nightlife hotspot with clubs, bars and restaurants galore. Afantou and Kolymbia to the south have long, golden beaches, but the island’s crowning glory has to be Lindos. If you arrive by sea, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’ve reached paradise.

Home to some of the best Rhodes hotels, Lindos is a picture-perfect town with whitewashed houses hugging the sides of a hill that is topped with remains of an acropolis. On the other side of the hill is St Paul’s Bay where the apostle’s boat reportedly ran aground.

Lardos and Kiotari further south have a good range of Rhodes hotels by the beach available on Booking.com, while on the other side of the island Kremasti and neighbouring Trianda (also known as Ialysos) have a good range of watersports and quick transfers from Rhodes Airport.

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