Rhodes Island Vacations
The national capital Athens is situated 270 miles (435 kilometers) northwest of Rhodes Island, while Antalya lies 160 miles (257 kilometers) to the east.
To relax with locals along the ocean, set out to explore several of the beaches in Rhodes Island. Faliraki Beach and Anthony Quinn Bay are among the best spots for sunbathing in this coastal location. Other fine beaches worth visiting are Kallithea Beach and Kiotari Beach.
If you’re holidaying in the Rhodes Island area, be sure to visit its fascinating heritage sites for insights into the events and people who shaped this place. Start your journey back in time by heading to Harbour Gates and the popular Medieval Windmill. Acropolis of Lindos and Acropolis of Rhodes are two more heritage sites to discover the past in Rhodes Island.
The city showcases a number of impressive castles. It's guaranteed that your kids will have a great time exploring Castle of Monolithos, Faraklos Castle and Asklipio Castle.
Among the most child-friendly attractions in the Rhodes Island area are Valley of the Butterflies and Kallithea Springs. Bring the whole family and your sense of wonder and prepare for fun-filled hours brimming with treasured memories.
Rodini Park is one of the most frequently visited green havens around Rhodes Island. Locals and visitors alike love to visit here for the relaxed atmosphere and beautifully designed gardens.
See the world’s most colorful aquatic creatures in the carefully recreated marine environments of the Rhodes Aquarium. Watch rainbows of tropical fish float by and chat to the friendly volunteers.
For generations the private pleasure dome of the city’s wealthiest, today, the doors to Rhodes Island’s most stately home are open to visitors from all over the world. The majestic Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes encapsulates the very best design and craftsmanship of its era.
In this culture-rich city there are some interesting museums, including the Rhodes Municipal Gallery, where you can browse local collections. Take a self-guided tour and try the interactive exhibits.
An old religious gathering place, among the most popular of the many historic attractions in this city, is the Temple of Apollo. Walk around this captivating building, understand its history and realize why it is so popular with tourists and Rhodes Island locals alike.