Rhodes is a mesmerizing island located in the southeastern Aegean Sea in Greece, known for its rich history, stunning beaches, and vibrant culture. As the largest of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes offers a diverse range of experiences for visitors to enjoy.

The island was once home to the ancient Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Today, visitors can explore the medieval Old Town of Rhodes, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which showcases a unique blend of Byzantine, Ottoman, and Italian influences.

The island boasts crystal-clear turquoise waters, picturesque bays, and golden sandy beaches. From the popular resort areas of Faliraki to the more secluded spots like Prasonisi and Anthony Quinn Bay, there is a beach for every preference

Furthermore, Rhodes is a melting pot of cultures, with influences from various civilizations throughout history. The island’s rich cultural heritage can be seen in its architecture, cuisine, and traditional festivals. 

With its combination of historical significance, natural beauty, and cultural delights, it’s no wonder that Rhodes is a popular destination for travelers from around the world

Through Rhodes International Airport (RHO) located 13km west of the town of Rhodes.

From Athens International Airport (ATH) (Duration 45 min), Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG) as well as other airports in Greece .

Rhodes International Airport (RHO) also connects with airports in other countries in Europe .

From Piraeus Port (Duration 16 to 18 hours), as well as other islands of the Dodecanese daily such as Patmos, Kos, Leros, Symi, Chalki, Lipsi, Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kastellorizo, and also Crete – Heraklion Port with up to 6 itineraries weekly in the summer .

Rhodes also connects with the ports of Marmaris, Fethiye (Duration 90 min) in Turkey .

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