Mitsis Lindos Memories Resort & Spa, Rhodes
Lindos Memories is situated on Rhodes, and provides 5-star accommodation as well as a private beach. This…SHOW ON MAP
Things to do on Rhodes
Old Town: priceless global heritage One of the best preserved mediaeval settlements in the world, the Old…SHOW ON MAP
Rhodes, Useful Information
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Mama Sofia restaurant, Rhodes
“Greece, Dodecanese, Rhodes, Old Town, Medieval Town, Old city, Medieval City, restaurant, Greek, traditional, Mediterranean, food, cuisine”..…SHOW ON MAP
Ammades Seaside Bar, Rhodes
Welcome to the bar of Ammades Seaside Restaurant & Bar. A big summer smile will welcome you and our bartenders…SHOW ON MAP
Tsambika beach Rhodes
The long sandy beach of Tsambika is located 25 km south of Rhodes town, under the imposing…SHOW ON MAP
Lindos Beach, Limanaki Agios Pavlos
The little bay of Agios Pavlos (Saint Paul) lies 48 km south of Rhodes town and close…SHOW ON MAP
At the same time cosmopolitan and traditional, timeless and modern, simple and spectacular – Rhodes is ideal for beach holidays and so much more.
The mediaeval Old Town, the port of Mandraki, the Acropolis of Lindos, the ancient cities of Kamiros and Ialysos, the Valley of the Butterflies.
A landscape with eye-catching, generous natural beauty, a rich history and endless attractions make Rhodes one of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece.
Vast sandy beaches, emerald waters, castles and ancient civilisations, gourmet restaurants and traditional tavernas serving local delicacies. Luxury resorts and villages where women still bake bread in an outdoor wood-burning oven. A beautiful mosaic of cultures.
Hidden gems of Rhodes
Seek out tradition: the villages of Rhodes
Open up a map and discover the island’s many traditional villages. The treasures they hide are priceless. And there are so many to choose from, such as Emponas with its renowned wine and traditional costumes, Agios Isidoros frozen in the 1960s, Apollona with its Folklore Museum, Archangelos with its long tradition of ceramics and music, Afandou with its skilful weavers, Trianda with its Mineralogy and Palaeontology Museum, Kritinia with the Castello Castle, Lardos with its Byzantine castle, Salakos with its wells, Psinthos with one of the largest town squares in the Dodecanese, Asklipio with its beautiful Byzantine church, and Eleousa with its Venetian buildings and picturesque tavernas.
Wine of ages
It has been said that Rhodes was the first island in the Aegean to cultivate a vineyard and make wine. It’s no coincidence that in ancient times Rhodians were considered the largest wine merchants in the Mediterranean. Today’s wines are excellent too.
Monolithos: the castle of eagles
Here you’ll find one of the most impressive castles in Rhodes. It was built by the Master of Aubusson in 1476 on a steep cliff facing the Aegean.