Lindos and the Acropolis
Lindos is the top attraction of Rhodes. A picturesque village with crystal clear beaches, amazing architecture and an Acropolis with a breathtaking view.
Rhodes Old Walled Town
Declared a world heritage monument by UNESCO, the Old Town combines multi-architectural styles for a unique and memorable sight.
Inhabited since prehistorical times, Ialysos is a must-see Rhodes attraction. Ancient walls and amazing architecture will make your visit worthwhile.
The three-level built city and its world-renowned water reservoir, lie on the northwest coast of Rhodes.
The healing waters of the ancient springs may have dried up but the mesmerizing scenery is still an absolute delight.
Prasonisi Kite Beach
Α beach that depends on the whimsies of the tide and is brim full with surfers enjoying the waves and currents that accommodate amateur and professional surfers alike.
Valley of the butterflies
Witness the super rare phenomenon of butterfly congregation in huge amounts and pay a visit to the Museum of Natural History.
One of the smallest but most colorful islands in Greece. Take the boat and visit the beautiful main village, the perfect spot to enjoy the Dodecanese sunset.
One of the busiest beaches of Rhodes, Faliraki is a vibrant spot for the cosmopolitan in you. Accommodating every age group, Faliraki is an all-around destination.
The go-to place for a family swim. Green as far as the eye can see, laidback tone and the ideal place for those seeking relaxation and peace.
Definitely one of the most appealing beaches of the island, Tsampika and its emerald waters are world-famous and sought out.
One of the longest beaches of Rhodes, Afandou will cater all your senses with its superb sandy landscape.
Archaeological Museum of Rhodes
With 16 different rooms, exhibits that range from ceramics to statues and Prehistoric to Medieval, the Museum is a must-see attraction for every visitor.
Operating since the end of the 18th century, the library houses some of the most important muslim documents such as numerous handwritten Korans.
Situated on the northernmost edge of Rhodes, the Aquarium is worth the hike. Designed as an underwater sea cave, it houses a significant amount of Rhode’s marine wealth.
Museum of Decorative Arts
Located inside a building serving as the Knight’s arsenal, the Museum hosts a varied range of artifacts from pottery to folk costumes and embroideries.