Whether you're looking for lively entertainment or a taste of traditional Greece, with so much variety on offer Rhodes is a real holiday meze! Soak up the warm Grecian sun on some of the most beautiful beaches in the Aegean, and when you're ready to cool off, there are plenty of watersports to try. If you're a culture-buff, why not step back in time in the beautiful Old Town, or there are plenty of other fascinating historical sites to explore.
Days out in Rhodes
An Aegean gem with fantastic scenery, water parks for the kids and great coastlines. Visit Rhodes Town to explore its medieval walled city and cobbled alleys, see the ancient Street of the Knights, or discover the stunning Mandraki harbour. Stroll the maze of winding streets at Lindos, have a meal in a quaint backstreet taverna, then ride a donkey up the 300 steps to the Acropolis to see the Temple of Athena and take snaps of the incredible view!
Beaches in Rhodes
With fabulous sandy beaches and calm waters, Rhodes is the perfect chillout holiday! For a lazy beach day, head to the sandy shores of Lindos with its beachfront tavernas and watersports for the kids, or pop to nearby St Paul’s Bay for a great snorkel spot! Kick back on Kalathos beach to enjoy the unspoilt shoreline, or paddle in the shallow waters at Afandou - a fantastic family beach!
Nightlife in Rhodes
For a great night out in Rhodes, you’ve endless choice. Spend a chilled evening in one of the rooftop restaurants at Lindos, gazing up at the Acropolis or across the bay. Enjoy a quiet meal in a beachside taverna, or explore the bustling town of Pefkos with Greek, freshly caught fish and international dishes on the menu. Head to Rhodes Town - jam-packed with great nightspots - or look out for traditional dancing, music and lively street parades at a Greek festival!
If you’re after some traditional Greek goodies, Rhodes is the place to shop! Head to the winding streets of Lindos for a variety of boutiques, art galleries and souvenir shops - where best buys include local handmade pottery, leather sandals and jewellery. For shopaholics, visit Rhodes Old Town to browse the quaint craft shops and souvenir stalls, or head to Mandraki harbour market for a taste of the local food.
This small, scenic port is located on the idyllic and unspoilt west coast of Rhodes. Fanes boasts a charming, traditional character and is the perfect location if you want to sample a taste of the real Greece.
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