Useful tourist information about the island of Rhodes in Greece
Rhodes – the main island of the archipelago Southern Sporades (Dodecanese), which is located in the Aegean Sea, very close to the coast of Turkey.
The capital of Rhodes is the city of Rhodes, founded in 408 BC. Behind the powerful walls there is an old medieval city – one of the unique attractions of Rhodes. A walk through the cobbled streets and narrow alleys as if takes you back several centuries. You will see the Palace of the Grand Masters, the ruins of a medieval castle and the ancient Acropolis, the archaeological museum of the city and other historical and architectural monuments.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit the famous Butterfly Valley, located near the village Kalamonas. Fans of archeology will definitely visit Kamiros, the famous “Pompeii of Rhodes”, as well as ancient Ialisos with its Byzantine monasteries, the ruins of the Acropolis and the temple of the goddess Athena, not far from the bustling resort village of Trianda.
An extensive network of hotel complexes, a European level of service, an abundance of restaurants with European and Greek national cuisine, traditional fish taverns, Uzeri, snack bars and bars, as well as numerous variety shows, shows, casinos and entertainment are at your service. The colorful nightlife blends in beautifully with the picturesque sandy beaches, clear clear sea and the beauty of the natural corners of Rhodes.
For entry need a visa