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The Perfect Place for the Perfect Vacation

A Place That Has It All


Welcome to Rhodes, the capital of the Dodecanese, an island which is ideal not only for those who want to relax but also for those looking for an action-packed holiday! With its bright green hills, rich green valleys and uninterrupted line of golden beaches, Rhodes is truly a blessed place. Add in the excellent facilities for tourism, the island’s special blend of cosmopolitan and traditional, and numerous cultural and archaeological sites and you’ve got the perfect holiday.
As you enter one of the largest medieval towns in Europe through the Gate of Freedom, it soon becomes obvious that the Old Town of Rhodes is a mosaic of different cultures and civilizations; rarely does a visitor have the chance to stroll within medieval walls and explore twenty-four centuries of history. A place you have to visit!


Rhodes has it all. You will have the chance to eat everything you want, from fast food to French and Chinese food, as there is a great variety of restaurants. Of course, you should try the local cuisine of Rhodes, which includes Greek traditional dishes, with certain small differentiations. There is a great variety of dishes that can satisfy every gourmet, those who prefer meat, those who prefer fish and vegetarians.


Rhodes is famous for its intense nightlife in some resorts. A very nice place to spend a night out is Rhodes Town. There are many bars in the streets of the old town, but the most central nightlife spot in Rhodes Town is Hippocrates Square, surrounded by many bars and cafeterias. Faliraki is also a very popular nightlife spot on the island, particularly popular among British tourists. Clubs in Faliraki stay open till the early hours and they usually close at sunrise.


The best time to visit Rhodes is from May to October when it's sunny and hot, perfect for swimming.


Rhodes is a very historical area, most of the main attractions include such as the Acropolis in Lindos, Panagia Tsambika Monastery, The Valley of the Butterflies, Thermal baths at Kallithea. There are many more so be sure to check them all out. Another main attraction is the beach, Rhodes has countless beaches that can not be missed. Anthony Quinn Bay is one of the most exotic beaches in Rhodes, a wonderful place with crystal Caribbean-like waters.



There are many events and festivals held in Rhodes throughout the year. A few include The Medieval Rose Festival- founded in 2005 and it takes place every summer, including various exhibitions, concerts, theatrical plays and other events. The International Film & Visual Arts Festival is a perfect occasion where guests will enjoy documentaries, short films with environmental and ecological themes supported by parallel events, addressed to all ages. The Sound and Light Show is an impressive show organized in the Old Fortress of Rhodes Town.

Travel to Rhodes


By plane you can reach the airports of Athens and Thessaloniki. There are also connections to and from other Greek islands such as Kos, Leros, Mytilini, Karpathos, Kasos, Kastellorizo, Mykonos, Santorini and Crete (Iráklion city). Flights are operated by Olympic Airways and Aegean Airlines. Beginning this year, Ryanair will also be operating direct flights to Rhodes from Frankfurt Hahn, Brussels Charleroi, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Bologna, Cagliari, Milan, Pisa, Rome, Liverpool, London, Stockholm and Kaunas.


The port of Rhodes has daily connections to the port of Piraeus. The trip lasts approximately 12 hours with intermediary stops at the islands of Patmos, Leros, Kalymnos and Kos. Rhodes is also connected directly to all the other islands of the Dodecanese and Crete.


We can arrange for a mini bus, taxi, or chauffeur-driven service from your chosen location to your luxury villa in Rhodes.


Rhodes is a wonderful place to drive, there is no more varied or scenic set of routes and roads than those traversing the island. You can rent a car in any one of the regions.