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How to get to Rhodes

Rhodes is situated in the Dodecanese, south of Symi and Tilos and on the east of Karpathos. The island is connected with Athens and the port of Piraeus with daily routes all year long. The duration of the trip Piraeus – Rhodes is about 15 hours and we suggest that you book a cabin or airplane type seat for a more comfortable journey.

Rhodes Beaches

The beaches in Rhodes are considered to be the best in Greece and most of them are found on the east and south part of the island. Both isolated and well organized, the beaches of Rhodes satisfy every taste and are well distinguished for their beauty.

In order for you to choose easier, we prepared a list with the best beaches in Rhodes:

What to do in Rhodes

Surely you will have to visit the Old Town of Rhodes. A good place to start is the mystagogic Street of the Knights, the road where the galloping sound of the horses was once heard as the Knights of Saint John were heading towards the magnificent Palace of the Great Master.Visit also the Archeological Museum in the Hospital of the Knights, Our Lady of the Castle, the Turkish baths and the mosques with the tall minarets in the small squares.

Southeast of the island, lies picturesque Lindos having its own share of cobbled narrow streets and white houses overlooking at the sea, while beginning June till September, something spectacular takes place in the famous habitat near Kalamonas (the Valley of the Butterflies).

Nature walks continue in the area of Rodini, only three kilometers away from the city of Rhodes, where you will encounter dense vegetation, beautiful ponds with flowery shores and idyllic paths drowned in the trees. Near the village Archangelos, another inland green oasis is revealed under the plane leaves, where ducks and peacocks enjoy the waters of the seven springs.