Rhodes Island

Private Tours to Historical and Unique Sites of Rhodes

 

Rhodes, the island of the sun, the pearl of the Mediterranean, is of enormous interest both for its natural beauties and for its archaeological treasures. With its marvelous climate and excellent tourist infrastructure, it is suitable for holidays all year round.

Miles of sandy and pebble beaches, picturesque harbors, a sea of impressive depth, deeply shaded valleys, green mountains, monuments from all periods of time, dazzling white villages and the good hearted islands are the main hallmarks of this beautiful island.

Rhodes island lies in the southeastern part of the Aegean Sea. It is the largest island and capital of the Dodecanese Islands. Rhodes is 270 nautical miles from Piraeus and has an area of 1400 sq km and a length of 78 km. Rhodes boasts on an average 300 days of sunshine per year. Its population today is approximately 100,000. UNESCO has recently proclaimed Rhodes as a monument of global heritage

Lindos Village (and Acropolis): The lovely village of Lindos is one of the most attractive and beautiful villages of Rhodes, and is located south of the capital, on the eastern coast of the island, at a distance of 50km from the city of Rhodes. Beautiful scenery, a lively traditional village, colours and atmosphere of another era and traditional white houses in absolute semmetry attract thousands of visitors each year. The paths of the village are filled with fine restaurants, bars and interesting gift shops. Overlooking Lindos bay and the Aegean Sea stands the famous Acropolis of Lindos and the remains of Lyndia Athenas’ temple.