With its mild year-round climate, Rhodes has everything – beaches, nightlife, and fantastic culture. From the whitewashed walls of Lindos to the World Heritage site that is the island’s capital, Rhodes Town, Rhodes is visually stunning and fascinating to explore.
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Things to do in Rhodes
- Visit Rhodes Old Town, the enchanting village of Lindos and the hill of Monte Smith
Rhodes Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where every alley and edifice bears the evidence of empires past, The Acropolis of Lindos, devoted to the Goddess Athena built in the 6th century BC and the hill of Monte Smith where the ruins of Rhodes’ ancient acropolis are elegantly laid out in a beautiful archaeological park. More >>
- Take a night time cruise around Rhodes Old Town
Enjoy a traditional plate of Greek meze in a local taverna and take a cruise around the harbour, looking back to see Rhodes illumined to magical effect. More >>
- Visit the enchanting “Valley of the Butterflies”
Promenade through the Valley of the Butterflies, a surreal natural wonderland and walk through the stirring ruins of Kamiros, one of Greece’s can’t miss archaeological sites. More >>
- Cruise across to Symi Island
Admire the colourful neoclassical mansions that cling to the hills and climb to a viewpoint overlooking the town where you can see the coves, inlets and cliffs that grace the coastline. The sea around Symi is famous for its natural sponges, which make a unique gift for friends back home. More >>
- Cross the Aegean Sea to Turkey, only an hour away by boat to magical Marmaris
Walk along Europe′s largest marina, have lunch on the harbour, wander through a bustling Turkish bazaar full of teas, sweets, and finely-detailed handicrafts or walk up to the Castle of Old Town for spectacular views. More >>