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Welcome to an unforgettable Greek Island adventure, RHODES!
Rhodes is the largest island in the Dodecanese… it blends ancient history with stunning natural beauty. It boasts several historical sites including the UNESCO-listed Medieval Town. Travelers can expect to immerse themselves in the island’s rich cultural heritage with crystal-clear waters and charming coastal villages.
Five of our favourite places to visit in Rhodes:
Rhodes Old Town
Its captivating architecture will transport you back in time. Exploring the medieval walls along the cobbled streets will offer a glimpse into a colourful past. Lively squares, impressive architecture, artisanal shops, cafes, and restaurants will promise a memorable experience for any traveller.
A popular coastal resort town known for its nightlife. Faliraki is renowned for its sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters and offers both entertainment and relaxation. By day you can relax on the beach or take up a water sport, and at night you can immerse yourself into the town's vibrant nightlife. The main street is lined with bars, clubs and restaurants... making it a fun-filled experience for all visitors!
One of the most iconic destinations on the island! Think white-washed houses, narrow cobbled streets and a blend of ancient and medieval history, seaside. At the heart of Lindos stands the beautiful Acropolis, including the Temple of Athena Lindia. Make sure you visit St. Paul's Bay, its pristine waters will have you relaxing under the Mediterranean sun.
One of the most popular attractions on the island. Kallithea Springs is a thermal spa located on the eastern coast of Rhodes and is rich in history! The thermal waters were believed to have therapeutic and healing properties. You can explore the beautiful grounds, gardens and the beach area. A spot to truly relax and unwind.
We've saved the best for last (in our humble opinion). Perhaps one of the most underrated coastal villages in Rhodes, Haraki is a true hidden gem and offers a taste of authentic and traditional Greek village life. Its impressive Aegean sea view makes the small coastal town an excellent choice for those travellers looking to simply 'chill' and 'unwind' without the crowds. The stunning pebble beach makes it perfect for swimming, tanning and snorkelling. There is also an old castle that lies on a rocky hill above the bay, it also overlooks the beautiful bay of Agathi - a destination also worth visiting and just minutes away by car!
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