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As the largest of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes has been a popular tourist destination ever since air travel became viable. As one might expect, the quality of hotels in Rhodes and the facilities they offer is of a consistently high standard, so visitors will be greeted with a warm welcome at check in. During the Summer school holidays, this is a popular resort with British families and Greece has never been more affordable. Daytime peak temperatures in August are around 30 degrees so, for sun worshippers, the islands of Greece offer a perfect holiday resort.

There is plenty to see and do on Rhodes for sporty visitors but the golden sandy beaches are rightly the focus for many. If you book into a resort hotel in the city of Rhodes itself, you can anticipate an all-inclusive holiday experience with pool, entertainment, plentiful food and attentive service. Younger groups of travellers will enjoy the night life of Faliraki while more mature visitors might opt for the relative peacefulness of Pefkos. Every visitor should set aside time to visit the stunning

mediaeval city of Rhodes which has architectural and religious significance as well as being an opportunity to turn back the clock. For those wanting to 'zone out' completely, the Kalithea Springs offer supreme tranquillity.

When heading inland, you will find Rhodes to be a mountainous island with large swathes of pine forest, making it a very attractive terrain for cyclists, hikers and amateur artists. From the foyer of your hotel, you will be able to learn about guided tours and the availability of bike rentals for the day. The typical hotel in Greece is rather functional but amongst the resorts on Rhodes, holidaymakers will find a good choice to suit all budgets and requirements

The people of Greece have taken a bit of a battering recently with the financial crisis, but visitors will find the locals here to be a happy bunch who are welcoming to overseas guests. English is not widely spoken outside of the tourist centre, so a phrasebook or translation app would be handy if you intend to explore the island.

What to see or do in and around Rhodes

  • Rhodes (Rodas)

    Rhodes city, café , Galazio beach near the hotel

    Nice and truly well-decorated café in Rhodes city. Galazio beach next to the hotel is wonderful, sandy, good for children.

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  • Faliraki (Rodas)

    Fantastic town with lots of shops, restaurants and bars.

    Rhodes is an island rich in history and Faliraki is beautifully situated on the coast within easy reach of all the history. Great taxis and public transportation plus car or scooter rentals are very unexpensive.

  • Lindos (Rodas)

    Little city

    Nice beach area. Many little streets with shops to see. Up in the hill there is an acropolis to visit with nice views.

  • Lindos (Rodas)

    Lindos Shenanigans

    The first venture we went was to Lindos Beach where we were greeted and welcomed by a guy in charge of the beach, we paid 60 euros which included benches with umbrellas and food for the day, we then went on a speed boat which lasted 2 hours to tour the different places, it was amazing along with the customer service provided

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  • Rhodes (Rodas)

    A beautiful and interesting city. Very nice people. I was pleasantly surprised by the place and the people

  • Faliraki (Rodas)

    Good lively area

    Your typical holiday destination shop, bars, tattoo parlours, crazy golf and lots of good restaurants. The beach is nice and safe for swimming, and there's boat trips and all kinds of water sports available.

  • Pefkos (Rodas)

    Cozy place with beautiful surrounding for lazy vacation. I recommend an Italian restaurant at the end of the main street. Very delicious meal, good service and the price was slightly cheaper than in the center.

  • Rhodes (Rodas)

    Warm sea, beaches with beautiful views and the old town (inscribed on the UNESCO list)

    It is nice that after walking a few steps from the hotel you find yourself in lively places full of restaurants with delicious food, e.g. Gorilla's place. The next few steps and you are on the beach or shopping in many supermarkets and if you get a walk about a kilometer you will find yourself in a completely different world ... perfectly preserved medieval town

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  • Rhodes (Rodas)

    Holiday in Rhodes

    Rhodes is a wonderful little island, which we visited during its' off season. Renting a car is a not a must but recommended if you wish to explore the island and its' sights. Our personal favorite was Lindos, which a beautiful little town that you really should not miss. We've spent 5 days here which is more than enough if you are into sight-seeing only without swimming in the sea. People are friendly.

  • Faliraki (Rodas)

    Great place for families

    Nothing bad to about the Faliraki. The place is nice and there is lots of things to do.

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