The beautiful natural environment, a wide variety of beaches, modern tourist facilities, historical sites, impressive architecture, friendly & welcoming locals, elements that have for decades made the island one of the most popular tourist destinations both in Europe and worldwide.
We have collected short insights into Rhodes most important attractions, towns, villages, nature sites, monuments, and beaches for your inspiration. Welcome to discover your Rhodes!
A beautiful sunset makes the travel experience complete, the perfect end to a perfect day! Here are five spots in Rhodes Island to experience some of the most unforgettable views of the setting sun.
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Message from Manos Going about Covid-19 situation in Rhodes Island, plans for the Summer Season 2020 & beyond, and positive wishes to our friends & customers.Read More Archaeological Sites
The ancient Ialyssos is one of the four Archaeological sites on Rhodes Island. It lies on top of the Filerimos mountain and is considered the oldest ancient city-state.Read More Towns & Villages
Eleousa is known for the Italian ghost-town, the church of St. Charalambos, and the fountain that stores water from the mountain spring with gizani fish.Read More Beaches & Resorts
The beach of Anthony Quinn is situated on the eastern coast of the island, right after Faliraki. This is the best beach for those who like gazing on rocks, swimming in a secluded lagoon, snorkeling, and diving.Read More Nature Sites
The Butterfly Valley is situated 23 km southeast from Rhodes town and is one of the most verdant areas of the Island, where from mid-June to mid-September we have a chance to observe the Kalimorphus Panaxia Quatripunktaria or Tigermoth in large numbers.Read More Attractions
A small stone church of St. Nikolaos Foundoukli with unique Byzantine murals from 15th century, surrounded by centuries-old olive & plane trees on the slopes of Mt. Profitis Ilias.Read More