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Rhodes, the pearl of the Mediterranean region, is a cosmopolitan island that combines unique natural beauty and archaeological wealth with stunning beaches and intensive nightlife. This is a place for everyone: simultaneously youthful and family friendly, romantic and modern.

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Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes
Ippoton, Rhodes

Originally a medieval castle called Kastello, it was destoyed in 1856 and resurrected in 1939. Now, it's the crown jewel of the Old Town. Inside, ancient mosaics bedeck the floors, and you'll find a unique collection of 16th and 17th-century Western furniture. On a hot day, the castle's massive walls provide a much-needed reprieve from the heat.

Valley of the Butterflies
Epano Kalamonas, Rhodes

More than 600,000 visitors — both Greek and foreign — flock here to witness the incredible natural spectacle, located 26km from the city centre. From July to September, butterflies swarm in their thousands, seeking cool and damp conditions. In the mornings, you'll see them clustered in hundreds on the branches.

Tamam (Rhodes)
Leontos Georgiou 1, Rhodes

Discover an unforgettable dining experience at Tamam, located in the heart of Rhodes' Old Town. This charming restaurant boasts private dining rooms adorned with hints of oriental decor, creating an intimate yet cosmopolitan atmosphere. Savour a culinary fusion of Greek and international dishes, each one a testament to the artistry of the chefs. Here, each dish is a celebration, whether you opt for a seafood speciality or a comforting classic like feta wrapped in eggplant.

Alexis 4 Seasons (Rhodes)
Aristotelous 33, Rhodes

Alexis 4 Seasons is one of the most well-known fish restaurants on the island. Located beside the historic Platia Ippokratous, it offers more than just exquisite cuisine — it's a cultural immersion in a serene setting, complete with friendly staff and reasonable prices. The restaurant offers a wide choice of seafood dishes and shellfish, and you do have to try the grilled octopus cooked in its ink.

Natura Greca
Sokratous 78, Rhodes

At Natura Greca, discover a treasure trove of natural Greek products. Whether it's olive oil pressed from the finest olives, a variety of honey flavours, or unique Chios mastic products, this shop offers a chance to take home a genuine slice of Greece. Don't miss out on their pate and homemade jams —perfect additions to your pantry or as thoughtful gifts.

Laiki Market
Klavdiou Peper, Rhodes

Twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the people's street market welcomes you into a vibrant world of fresh produce and local flavours. Predominantly food-centric, this market is where locals flock to pick up ripe fruits, crisp vegetables, and a myriad of other authentic Greek goodies. While you can spot a few clothing and tourist-centric stalls, the primary focus remains on food — making it a haven for food enthusiasts eager to sample and take in the different stands.

Rhodes International Airport (RHO)
Paradeisi, Greece

The international airport of Rhodes "Diagoras" is located 16 km from the city centre, near the village of Paradhissi. You can take the local bus to get to the town. The last bus leaves from the airport at 11:30 pm. You can also get a taxi, and the cost will depend on the time, the traffic and the number of luggage pieces you are carrying.

Passport / Visa

Greece can be visited visa-free for up to 90 days by citizens of most European countries, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Israel, UAE and most countries in America. If you are unsure whether or not you need to apply for a visa, we recommend contacting the embassy or consulate in your country. International (non-Schengen) travellers need a passport that is valid for at least 3 months after the end of their intended trip in order to enter the Schengen zone. Citizens of Schengen countries can travel without a passport, but must have a valid ID with them during their stay.

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