Rhodes is large, beautiful and fertile,
it was very important trade routes in the Mediterranean and is now one of the most visited islands in Greece. After many leaders, Rhodes became Greek in 1948. The Old Town of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has a beautiful and well preserved historic center, narrow streets, nice harbour (picture above), bustling squares and palaces make this Mediterranean city a beautiful place to walk. The Colossus of Rhodes was one of the Seven Wonders of Ancient World. Rhodes offers a lot of history and beautiful beaches to be visited. Hotels in Rhodes
What to see in Rhodes – Rhodes City; Afandou; Archangelos; Asklipio; Faliraki; Siana; Kolymbia; Skala Kamirou; Gennadi; Haraki; Ialysos; Ixia; Kalithea; Laerma; Lardos; Lindos; Pefkos; Theologos; Castle of Monolithos; Harbour of Rhodes City; Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes; Acropolis of Rhodes; Temple of Aphrodite;
Transports in Rhodes
By boat – There are ferries to/from Athens and other Greek Islands. There are also ferry connections between Rhodes and Turkish ports like Marmaris, Bodrum, Fethiye and Datca. Time and tickets here.