Rhodes Old Town: The historic Old Town of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. Visitors can explore the narrow streets, historic buildings, and impressive fortifications.
Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes: Located in the heart of Rhodes Old Town, the Palace of the Grand Master is a stunning medieval castle that was built in the 14th century. Visitors can explore the castle’s grand halls, impressive courtyards, and fascinating exhibits.
Lindos: This picturesque town is located on the east coast of Rhodes and is known for its charming whitewashed buildings and stunning beaches. Visitors can explore the town’s ancient acropolis, take a stroll through the charming streets, and relax on the beautiful beaches.
Acropolis of Rhodes: The ancient Acropolis of Rhodes is located just outside the city walls of Rhodes Old Town and offers visitors stunning views of the city and the sea. The site is home to ancient ruins, including a stadium and a theater.
Valley of the Butterflies: This beautiful nature reserve is located in the hills near Rhodes Town and is home to thousands of colorful butterflies. Visitors can take a stroll through the valley’s lush forests and spot the beautiful butterflies.
Seven Springs: This beautiful natural park is located in the heart of Rhodes and is home to a number of beautiful springs, lush forests, and scenic walking trails. Visitors can take a stroll through the park and enjoy the natural beauty of the island.
Monolithos Castle: This impressive medieval castle is located on the west coast of Rhodes and offers stunning views of the surrounding sea and mountains. Visitors can explore the castle’s impressive walls and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Ancient Kamiros: This ancient city was once a thriving center of culture and commerce and is now a fascinating archaeological site. Visitors can explore the ruins of the city’s temples, marketplaces, and residential areas.
Tsambika Beach: This beautiful beach is located on the east coast of Rhodes and is known for its crystal clear waters and golden sand. Visitors can relax on the beach, swim in the sea, and enjoy the stunning scenery.
Kallithea Springs: These natural thermal springs were once a popular spa destination for the ancient Greeks and are now a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can relax in the therapeutic waters, explore the beautiful gardens, and learn about the history of the site.