As you pass through the gates into the medieval Old Town of Rhodes, you feel as though you’re stepping back in time. The oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe is a patchwork of churches, mosques, fountains, medieval buildings, squares, shops and restaurants, all jumbled within roughly 200 streets and alleyways and circled by monumental walls....Read More
Rhodes has a long history and tradition in wine making. The privileged Rhodian vineyard, with the multiple microclimates of the region, often produces a low yield of premium quality mountainous grapes. The white varieties of Athiri, Malagouzia, Muscat and the new and up-and-coming red variety of Mavrothiriko are the most popular Rhodian wine varieties. Read...Read More
Bursting with beautiful beaches, fascinating ancient and medieval sites, and sublime natural landscapes, Rhodes is deservedly one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. But with so much on offer, it can be overwhelming trying to plan your trip to the Island of the Sun. To help you out, we’ve gathered together the top...Read More
The romance and beauty of Rhodes leave a lasting impression. This versatile and popular island has a unique charm thanks to its beguiling combination of pristine beaches, sublime natural landscapes and fascinating historic sites. Here you can dine on meze next to sparkling harbours, sip local wines while watching sunset, and hike to natural springs...Read More
Welcome to a bygone era… With its atmospheric cobbled streets and impressive architecture, stepping into the Old Town of Rhodes is perhaps the closest you’ll experience to time travel. Ensconced behind monumental double walls and a deep moat lies the oldest continuously inhabited medieval town in Europe. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988,...Read More
In Greece, food is much more than simply sustenance. It’s culture, comfort, family, hospitality and life itself. Greeks love to eat and they love to feed others. This is one country where you’re guaranteed to never go hungry. Greek culinary traditions date back centuries and have evolved to absorb many influences over time. At its...Read More
Bursting with natural beauty and blessed with abundant sunshine, Rhodes is a popular destination for sun-seekers and culture lovers. Delve a little deeper into its history, and you’ll find there’s more to this magical island than meets the eye. As with many Greek destinations, the Island of the Sun is the cradle of some wonderful...Read More
Eat like a local with the best Rhodian restaurants and tavernas Greek cuisine is regarded among the best in the world. This prestige is well deserved — just talk to anyone who has visited Greece and they’ll likely tell you it was some of the best food they’ve ever eaten.Read More
From organised tourist resorts to the island’s wild, windswept coastline, Rhodes has an incredible array of beaches, all lapped by the turquoise waters of the Aegean. To help you plan your next trip we’ve picked a few of our favourites, arranged here in clockwise order from Rhodes Town.Read More
With this guide, we’d like to venture outside of Rhodes Town, showing you some of the lesser-known sights and sounds our sun-kissed island has to offer. Rhodes is close to three times larger than the UK’s Isle of Man, and it’s about half the size of the US state of Rhode Island — though the...Read More
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