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Spanning both past and present, Greece welcomes you with its exuberant nature, wonderful archaeological sites and fantastic beaches. Myths and traditions merge in the picturesque villages where you can find folklore and local crafts. There are many seaside resorts to be found around the Greek islands, high-quality hotels to meet all expectations and the Hellenic people well-known for their hospitality will welcome holiday visits under an ever-present sun.
Rhodes, the sunny pearl of the Dodecanese Islands, is home to a host of treasures. The ancient ruins of the Acropolis of Lindos - an absolutely unmissable, beautiful white village - or Mandraki harbour are among the symbols of this resplendent island. Considered one of the most beautiful in Europe, the medieval historic centre of the town, with its charming narrow streets, invites you to discover its quintessential taverns and kafenions, where you can treat yourself to traditional dishes or party into the night.
Rhodes is a wonderful destination for water sports lovers. Various locations all over the island are perfect for surfing and kitesurfing. However, the best areas are on the breezier west coast and Prasonisi – a small peninsula on the southern tip of the island.
Take a one-day excursion to the islands of Symi or Halki. Visit wonderful, traditional Greek villages and enjoy their relaxed atmosphere.
Spend a day at Faliraki’s water park. Its wide choice of slides and pools for all ages will win you over.
It is no coincidence that the medieval city of Rhodes is on the UNESCO world heritage list.
After passing through the Gate of Freedom, the city - formerly one of Europe’s largest medieval cities - reveals a patchwork of 24 centuries of cultures and civilisations. The fascinating fortress-like medieval buildings, bastions, city walls, gates, alleyways, minarets, old houses, fountains and both lively and tranquil squares will transport you back to the Middle Ages.
The village of Lindos is another of the island’s UNESCO world heritage sites.
This traditional hamlet, whose ancient acropolis proudly overlooks the archipelago, is nestled at the foot of a sheer cliff and surrounded by the sea. The Acropolis bears witness to the glorious past of this naval power of ancient times which would have had 17,000 inhabitants. Attracting 600,000 visitors per year, Lindos vies with Delphi for the title of the second most-visited archaeological site in Greece.
Butterfly valley (Petaloudes) – in a unique natural park in Rhodes.
The perfect place for families with children who want to enjoy the beauty of nature and observe the lifecycle of butterflies. Both you and your children will love the tranquil, green and shaded valley with its little river and pretty waterfalls.
Located approx. 15 km from the airport, the town of Rhodes lies to the north of the island on a narrow peninsula bordered by beaches of sand and pebbles. The old town, protected by medieval ramparts, is among the most beautiful in Europe. In the evening, Mandraki harbour is the place for a beautiful stroll. A casino, nightclubs, discos, restaurants and coffee shops add to the night-time entertainments.
Located approx. 25 km from the airport and approx. 15 km from the town of Rhodes, Faliraki is one of the island’s most popular seaside resorts. Its extensive and gently sloping sandy beach, numerous water sports and the little village with its taverns and shops, make it a prefect holiday location. Very busy in high season.
Located approx. 35 km from the airport and approx. 25 km from the town of Rhodes. This former fishing village is now a small seaside resort which boasts one of the most beautiful bays of the entire west coast of the island. It is home to pretty coves with sunny beaches. The romantic beaches are perfect for sunbathing, swimming or free diving.
Located approx. 10 km from the airport and approx. 4 km from the town of Rhodes. In summer, the heat is tempered by refreshing sea breezes.
Kiotari is a former fishing village with an old town that is home to many quintessential Greek taverns. It boasts a long fine sand beach and small coves, ideal for relaxing and swimming.
Located approx. 6 km from Lindos. Tavernas and kafenions (quintessential Greek coffee shops) characterise this village, most of whose inhabitants come from the countryside.
Situated to the south-east of the island and approx. 50 km from Rhodes airport, Lardos is a quintessential town with its village square surrounded by little restaurants and coffee shops. Located inland, it maintains the calm atmosphere of bygone days. Along the coast, beautiful hotels with full facilities guarantee a carefree seaside holiday in the south-east of the island.
Combine an unforgettable boat trip with the exploration of Lindos. Discover the most beautiful and quiet bays of the island: Tsambika Beach, Stegna Beach, Agathi Beach and Lindos Beach. Lindos then welcomes you with charming narrow streets and the Acropolis, which you can reach either on foot or by "Lindos Taxi" (donkey). The architecture of the local houses is also very characteristic. Most have flat roofs and are made of locally quarried limestone (porolithos) or fieldstone, which has been plastered and whitewashed. There is enough time in Lindos to enjoy a delicious lunch in one of the many restaurants.
Sail along beautiful bays and the coast of Rhodes, swim in the bay of Kallithea and discover the magical underwater world. The small bay of Anthony Quinn with crystal clear water and rocky surroundings has one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. It takes its name from the actor Anthony Quinn. He was the main actor in the film "The Guns of Navarone", which was partly shot here. The small Ladiko Bay is next door. The water here is up to 4 metres deep and surrounded by sand, small pebbles, picturesque rocks and many trees, some of which reach down to the water.Traounou Bay impresses with a fascinating cave and clear turquoise water.
Experience an exciting day in the beautiful nature of Rhodes. You will drive through evergreen forests and over barren hills and mountains to roads and places you would not have found on your own. If you have had a driving licence for at least two years, have sufficient experience and are at least 21 years old, you are welcome to drive yourself. To do so, you must provide your driving licence number when booking. But it is not only the driver who will have a lot of fun, the co-drivers will also have a great time. You will have lunch in the open air, in the middle of the Rhodian mountain landscape. It will be delivered by a restaurant. You have a choice of several types of meat, accompanied by rice, potatoes and salad (not included). Whether you can go through the riverbeds depends on the weather. For this tour, remember to bring a sun hat and sunscreen, swimwear and comfortable clothes.
Experience Lindos, one of the most popular destinations on Rhodes, by night. After a beautiful drive along the east coast, you will reach Lindos. The village is built on the ruins of the Doric city of the same name. Through the narrow streets and past the beautiful whitewashed houses and pebble courtyards, you will reach the acropolis, which lies on a flat rock above the village. You will see the Doric Stoa and the Temple of Linden-Athena. You will have the opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable view of the surrounding area as well as the harbour of St. Paul's.
The old town of Rhodes was the headquarters of the Order of St John for two centuries and is the focus of this evening excursion. At a late hour, it has a very special charm. You will drive to Monte Smith, where you will visit the ruins of the acropolis of ancient Rhodes, the Temple of Apollo and the stadium. Afterwards, you continue along the panoramic road towards the new town, up to the medieval city walls. During an extensive walk through the narrow streets of the city, you can admire churches, mosques and the silhouette of the imposing Grand Master's Palace.
This full-day tour starts with a two-hour cruise along the Turkish coast and into the picturesque bay of Symi Island. Marvel at the pastel, colourful mansions that pearl up the rocky hillside. As you traverse the narrow streets and climb the and steep stairs, a breathtaking view of the village and its church is revealed to you. Typical of the island are the local sponge-diving families and the delicious seafood, which you should definitely try. The highlight is the famous Panormitis pilgrimage monastery. Its St Michael's Church houses unique frescoes and the monastery museum. It attracts pilgrims from all over the world and, together with the other sights, makes Symi a true jewel of the Greek islands that you should not miss.
The small villages of the west coast exude a very special charm. After the lunch break in the village of Appolakia, you will be enchanted by the stunning view of Cape Monolithos. The mountain village of Sianna is famous for its traditional Suma brandy and delicious honey. Along the foot of the highest mountain Attaviros, you walk through the Butterfly Valley with small waterfalls, wild flowers and thousands of butterflies (visit from June to early September). Visit Filerimos Hill and follow the footsteps of the Ancient Greeks. The view from Filerimos Cross (visit from April to end of May and beginning of September to end of October) is magnificent! This full-day tour shows you all facets of the island.
Rhodes, the capital of the island of the same name, offers a fascinating combination of culture and entertainment.
Begin your journey through three eras, starting with Antiquity on Mount Smith. Here you can enjoy a beautiful view of the acropolis, the amphitheater and the stadium, which has been completely restored. You will pursue this excursion to the new town, the harbor of Mandraki and pass by the impressive monuments of the Venetian era.
The visit goes on to the medieval old town, with its narrow streets and huge ramparts. On the tracks of the combatants, you will discover the famous street of the knights, with the Palace of the great masters.
You will finish this stroll in the animated street of Socrates where you will find many bazaars and the Mosque of Soliman, which testifies to the glorious time of the Turkish domination.
The excursions on offer, as well as their prices and times, may vary depending on the location of the hotel. Excursion prices are provided for information purposes only and may be subject to change. For more information and to book, please contact your local LuxairTours guide.
According to the official category of hotel booked, an obligatory tax must be paid on site.