Set in the clear, blue waters of the Aegean, Rhodes is famous for its rich heritage. Many of its most famous landmarks date back to the days of ancient Greece. A former medieval stronghold for an order of Christian knights (the Knights Hospitaller), Rhodes is also home to a wealth of medieval architecture, including Rhodes Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Beautiful Natural Scenery
Against a backdrop of stunning scenery and atmospheric architecture, visitors can enjoy fine dining, exceptional accommodation and a wealth of experiences that provide the perfect ingredients for a short getaway or longer break.
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What can you do in Rhodes?
Rhodes has a unique mix of activities that is hard to find anywhere else. From historical architecture to breathtaking nature and amazing beaches.
A tour of Rhodes' historic sites and architecture
One of Rhodes' defining features is its wealth of historic buildings and structures. To ensure you don't miss any highlights, we recommended a guided tour. Your guide can arrange an itinerary to suit the length of your stay.
Some of the most iconic sights in Rhodes include the Acropolis, the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights, the Old Town Castle, the archaeological museum and the Colossus of Rhodes memorial.
A visit to Butterfly Valley
Showcasing some of the most beautiful scenery on the island, a visit to Butterfly Valley is an essential part of any visit to Rhodes.
Trails wind through indigenous flora, which attracts an abundance of brightly coloured butterflies. Running water from the numerous springs, alongside the insects, are the only sounds you'll hear in this idyllic part of the island.
From boat tours that enable visitors to get closer to the marine wildlife of the islands through to opportunities for kite surfing, snorkelling, swimming and windsurfing, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the Aegean.
Where to stay in Rhodes
Resorts, luxury hotels and extravagant villas, Rhodes has it all. It will be hard to choose your accommodation among those beautiful stays.
Sheraton Rhodes Resort
Located just 4km from the Medieval Old Town, Sheraton Rhodes is an exclusive hotel set in expansive grounds. Featuring a private beach and well-appointed rooms, Sheraton Rhodes is a perfect choice for visitors who are looking for the perfect setting for an unforgettable holiday.
Elite Suites Rhodes
A boutique hotel with spa facilities, Elite Suites feature stunning sea views, a private pool and jacuzzi and modern, high-end accommodation.
La Marquise Club
From a private pool and spa to a gym, private beach and a wealth of additional services, La Marquise Club hotel has everything necessary for a luxury stay. A variety of accommodation options are available, including rooms, suites and bungalows.
Where to eat in Rhodes
From classics of the Greek cuisine, to contemporary dishes and much more, Rhodes will surprise you with its unique flavours and takes on traditional dishes.
Mylos a la Carte Restaurant
Serving classic Greek dishes with a contemporary twist, the Mylos a la Carte Restuarant benefits from stunning views of Tsambika Mountain and the sparkling vista of the Med.
Boasting stunning views across the island, the focus at the Mythos is on using local ingredients to create traditional favourites that are bursting with freshness and flavour.
If prime cuts of meat, freshly sourced and cooked to perfection sounds like perfect fine dining, Carne is for you. Enjoy beautifully cooked meat dishes, served in contemporary surroundings that have a delightfully informal ambience.
What events to attend in Rhodes
Rhodes is very proud of its culture and legacy. Events on this Greeek Island are a mix of tradition with a modern touch.
The Sound and Light Show
Providing the perfect opportunity to discover more about Rhodes' history through the mediums of light, sound and drama, the Sound and Light show runs throughout the main holiday season (May to October).
Rhodes Medieval Rose Festival
Rhodes' Medieval heritage comes alive during the Medieval Rose Festival. Travel back in time to enjoy medieval entertainers, chess competitions, the knights' procession, exhibitions, archery, puppet shows, musicians and a wealth of other period attractions.
The Medieval Rose Festival is held during the last weekend of May