Attractions in Rhodes

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Medieval City

Medieval Town

The beautiful Medieval Town of Rhodes -an array of architectural styles from different periods- was declared a UNESCO World Heritage City in 1998.

Medieval City

Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum of Rhodes is housed in a former Hospital of the Knights of St. John in the Medieval Town. The construction of the building began in...

Medieval City

Palace of the Grand Master

The Palace of the Grand Master, the most significant monument of the time of sovereignty of the Order of the Knights of St. John on the island of Rhodes,...

Kameiros

Ancient Kameiros

The 1929 excavations uncovered the ruins of Ancient Kameiros, 30 Km north west of the Medieval Town of Rhodes. This is one of the three ancient towns of...

Ialysos

Filerimou Nunnery

The Acropolis of Filerimou, 13km from the center of the Medieval Town of Rhodes, just after Ialisos dominates the famous Panagia Filerimou Nunnery, along...

Mandraki

Throne of Helios

Get ready for an exciting experience that will be truly unforgettable. Throne of Helios is a highly innovative, original and unique idea not only for Greece,...

Lindos

Lindos

Many refer to it as the ''Kykladitissa of Rhodes''. Lindos, in the north east of the island and 50 Km from the center of Rhodes town, is built in the shape...

Theologos

Butterfly Valley

The Butterfly Valley is one of the most famous natural attractions on the island and is located near Theologos village, about 25 Km from the center of Rhodes...

Medieval City

Museum of Popular Decorative Arts Collection

The Popular Decorative Arts Collection of Rhodes is housed in a Weapons Arsenal in Argyrokastrou Square in the Medieval Town. There are specially designated...

Kallithea

Kallithea Springs

You will come across the famous Kallithea Springs 9 Km from the center of Rhodes town. They are a monument of unparalleled beauty and architecture which have...

Archangelos

Panagia Tsampika

The miracle icon of Panagia Tsampika is a symbol of faith for not only the people of Rhodes, but also those beyond, in particular for women with fertility...

Town

Rhodes House

After a great deal of effort, the Cultural Association of Rhodes Women has created a replica of a traditional Rhodian house. Located at the junction of...

Town

Aquarium

You can easily visit the Hydrobiological Station of Rhodes, known as the Aquarium, in the center of Rhodes. It belongs to the National Center for Marine...

Medieval City

Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum of Rhodes opened in 1997 and is the inspiration of the third generation Rhodian lawyer, Aaron Hason. It is located next to the "Kahal...

Town

Monte Smith Hill

Monte Smith Hill, also known as Agios Stefanos Hill, stands above Rhodes and is 3 Km from the town. It owes its name to the English admiral, Sidney Smith,...

Medieval City

Ippokratous Square

Ippokratous Square, one of the busiest and much photographed spots in the Medieval Town of Rhodes, is a reference point for both visitors to the island and...

Kaskinou

Koskinou

The proclaimed ‘’traditional village’’ of Koskinou is located 7 Km from the center of Rhodes Town on the way to the Kallithea Springs. This is one of the...

Medieval City

Museum of Modern Greek Art

The Rhodes Museum of Modern Greek Art opened in 1964 with the aim of searching for, studying, exhibiting and promoting visual works of art created in the...

Medieval City

Medieval Walls

The first fortification of the Old Town of Rhodes was Byzantine (7th century) and divided the town into three areas - the Acropolis, Kollakio (Upper Town)...

Mandraki

Mandraki

The port outside the Medieval Town of Rhodes is called Mandraki and was probably the main port on Rhodes in ancient times. Its name comes from the word...

Archangelos

Epta Piges (Seven Springs)

Rhodes has a small, hidden paradise which is only revealed to nature lovers. This is no other than the Seven Springs, located 30 Km from the center of Rhodes...