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The best monument in Rhodes

Old Town Rhodes

The Old Town of Rhodes is located at the northern end of the island and is surrounded by the new town of Rhodes.

It is divided into three main parts, among which the main ones are the Citadel of the Knights and the Palace of the Grand Master is located in the northern part.

Chora, a place full of houses, restaurants and bars are in the the southern part, while the the third part of the Old Town is the Jewish Quarter.

Knights Street is probably the most the fascinating and interesting part of the Old Town of Rhodes.

It is a well-preserved. Similarly, beautifully restored the street where you can go for a relaxing walk and feel the feeling of medieval life.

The Iamatic waters of Rhodes

Kallithea Springs

Kallithea Springs officially opened its doors on July 1, 2007, after the renovation of the wonderful seaside monument.


The unique combination of history, architecture, and nature allows its visitors to enjoy a unique experience they will not find anywhere else.

Enjoy the crystal clear waters and explore with a diving mask the picturesque bay that has unique natural beauty.
Don’t miss the opportunity to relax in the sun while sipping a refreshing drink in the recreation area.

The Jewel sight of Rhodes

Lindos Rhodes – The emblematic village of Rhodes

In the southeastern part of Rhodes, quite far from the city, the picturesque, charming Lindos rightfully claims the title of the most beautiful village on the island and one of the most beautiful stations in the entire Dodecanese.

With a history that begins countless centuries ago, Lindos, with its imposing Acropolis still dominating the high rock, overlooking the sea, is the most important archaeological site of Rhodes and one of the most popular tourist spots.

According to important findings that have been identified in the area, societies had developed in Lindos as early as the Neolithic years, however, the settlement reached its greatest height during the Archaic period, specifically in the 7th and 6th centuries BC.

It is enough to spend just one day there, in the intricate cobbled streets of the mountain village to remember forever the captivating atmosphere of tradition that dominates every corner, outside every house, and in front of every shop, and the sweet smells of the citrus trees in bloom around the village.

Lindos looks like a place enclosed in a space-time parallel,
as it is beautifully “confined” in labyrinthine turns that climb upwards and reach the foot of the Acropolis.

Filled from one end to the other with magnificent residences  reminiscent of another era, aristocratic and authentic, a real mark – a vestige of the Venetian past of this beautiful island.

Walk for hours in the alleys and browse the shops selling souvenirs – of course, the cute, colorful magnets are the star, as are the beautiful, local ceramics to decorate your home.

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