Rhodes island

Rhodes (Rodos or Ρόδος in Greek), the beautiful island of roses, has a unique physical scenery that does not cease to impress its visitors. The climate is also unique, with more sunny days than any other place in the world, that’s why in ancient times it was called the island of the God of Sun. With practically zero crime rate and friendly / hospitable people, you’ll be surprised how easy life in Rhodes can be.

Rhodes is the largest island in the Dodecanese Island group of Greece, both in land area and in population. The geographical location of the island is about 11 miles west of the Turkish shores, between the mainland of Greece and the island of Cyprus. The inner landscaping of Rhodes is mountainous and covered with forests of pine and cypress. Rhodes is also home to the beautiful Rhodian Deer, the Dama Dama species where it roams freely in the southern part of the island. Some of them come close to people too.


Kallithea Springs (Καλλιθέα in Greek) is located at the bay of Kallithea, just 9 km from the city of Rhodes. [...]


Filerimos Hill (Φιλέρημος in Greek), just 15 km outside the capital Rhodes, is a hill 267 m. high, overlooking the [...]


Seven Springs (Επτά Πηγές in Greek) is a great place to escape from the heat of the summer and enjoy [...]


Prasonisi (Πρασονήσι in Greek) is the translation of the word "green island". It is located on the southern tip of [...]


Lindos (Λίνδος in Greek) is a medieval village on the island of Rhodes. It has around 1000 inhabitants, greatly outnumbered by [...]


The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes (Παλάτι του Μεγάλου Μαγίστρου in Greek), also known as [...]


The Valley of Butterflies (Πεταλούδες in Greek) is a small paradise that lies 26 km away from the city of [...]


Kamiros (Κάμειρος in Greek) is an ancient city on the northwest coast of Rhodes island, near the village of Kalavarda. [...]


The Castle of Monolithos (Το Κάστρο της Μονολίθου in Greek) is perhaps the most impressive castle of Rhodes and it [...]