Seven Springs is a small settlement situated in the heart of the island of Rhodes in Greece. The area is known for its natural beauty, unique architecture, and historic significance. 

The village is located at the foot of the mountain of Profitis Ilias, and it is surrounded by lush greenery, crystal-clear streams, and stunning waterfalls.

In ancient times, Seven Springs was known as “the water source of the island” due to the seven natural springs that flow in the area. 

The springs feed a picturesque lake that is a popular spot for visitors. The lake is surrounded by a forest of tall trees and has a charming bridge that crosses its waters.

Today, Seven Springs is a popular destination for hiking, nature walks, and picnics. Visitors can also explore the Epta Piges Dam, a historic dam built in 1929 that once powered the water mills of the area.