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11 Best Places To Visit In Rhodes Greece Island

There is no other destination than Rhodes Island of Greece for enjoyment and relaxation. Rhodes has the most beautiful beaches, ancient ruins, palaces, knights, castles, and an acropolis. It is a party place with vibrant nightlife, beach hotels, restaurants, bars, spas, and clubs. 

Here are the top 10 best places on Rhodes Island in Greece. After reaching there you will find every place is must visit the place.

Colossus of Rhodes

Colossus of Rhodes was the huge statue of Greece sun god Helios. The huge statue is located in the old town of Rhodes. Due to its huge height, it can be watched over the harbor at the entryway to Rhodes town. The Colossus was built from bronze between 192 to 280 BC. The height of the colossus is 30 meters. The people of Rhodes were saved from the terrible siege. Therefore, the statue was built to honor the ancient Greece god of the sun Helios. The Colossus of Rhodes was considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

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Palace of The Grand Master of The Knights Of Rhodes

The Palace of the Grand Master of The Knights of Rhodes is also known as the Castello. It is a medieval castle in Rhodes. This palace is located at the end of the street of the Knights in the old town of Rhodes. The palace was built in the 7th by Byzantine Empire. An entry ticket is required to enter the palace which you can book online also. It is a majestic building with the most emblematic gothic architecture and important monuments in Rhodes.   The opening hours of the palace are from 8.00 am to 20.00 pm.

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Rhodes Old Town

Old Town in Rhodes is amazing. It is a place that everyone should visit once in life. The cobbled streets of the old town are like mazes between the sea and the port. The town is safe, stable, and sexy for hundreds of years. Along with the market, there are restaurants, hotels, shops, and many other things to do. The shops on the street are so different and vary in price. The locals are very friendly and helpful.

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Faliraki is a village known for its long sandy beaches, nightlife, party, and seaside resorts. The waterparks in Faliraki provide fun activities like water slides and wave pools. The nightlife in Faliraki is very vibrant as there are many best bars, clubs, nightclubs, beach hotels, spas, and pubs. It is a great location for snorkeling, diving, and families. Faliraki beach is more than 5 km wide and is one of the most organized beaches in Rhodes.   Faliraki Corfu is a small relaxed beach located below the old town of Corfu with bay views, eateries, and cafes. The experience of the boat trip and cruises from Faliraki to Rhodes is the best.

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Knights of Rhodes

The knights of Rhodes also known as the order of St Jones, The Knights Hospitaller. The Knights of St Jones was considered the most flourishing period of Rhodes. The order of Knights was formed in the 11th century and begin as a religious order.  They have 200 years of rule on the island. 

Best Beaches in Rhodes

Rhodes is an island with many beautiful beaches. Some of the most famous beaches in Rhodes are Lindos, Rhodes, Ialysos, Afantou, Kolymbia, Kallithea, Kiotari, Lardos, and Gennadi. All these beaches have crystal clear water with unique natural beauty. The beaches in Rhodes are famous for parties with the full enjoyment of casinos, nightlife, dining, drinking, and street bar.   The water sports on these beaches are snorkeling, windsurfing, and kitesurfing.

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Castle of Monolithos

Monolithos is a small village located southwest of 72 km from Rhodes. It is a picturesque and tourist destination. The village got its name from the big rock a monolithic 236-meter high rock. The Ruins of a 15th-century castle built on the rock. The views of the sea and nearby surrounding from the castle is breathtaking. The castle was built in 2480 to protect the area from pirates and enemies. The castle of Monolithos is a must-visit destination for every traveler. 

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Acropolis of Lindos

Lindos is a small fishing village and a former municipality on the island of Rhodes. Lindos can be reached by foot or donkey.  The Acropolis of Lindos is located at the top of the rock forming a triangular plateau 125 meters high. The standing of the Acropolis looks like a high cliff sovereign platform overlooking the sea, surrounding harbors, and coastline.   This historical landmark has a height of 116 meters. It is the most visited and impressive archaeological site in Rhodes. Lindos was built by the Dorians led by the King Tlepolemus of Rhodes in the 10th century BC.

Afandou Village

Afandou is the largest and oldest village in Rhodes known for its beaches, hotels, attractions, and restaurants. It is located 5 km up the road from Faliraki. The meaning of Afandou is “Invisible” in the Greek language, as it cannot be seen from the sea. The top sights in Afandou are   Afandou beach main public beach, Panagia Katholiki, Paralia Afandou, Palace of Grandmaster, and Butterflies valley. The nightlife in Afandou is best as there are many lounges, bars, and clubs. Some of the famous bars in Afandou are Club 33, Life Bar, and Alfa bar. All these bars are couples-friendly and budget-friendly.

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Tsambika Beach

Tsambika is a long sandy beach located at a distance of 25 km to the south of Rhodes. The Tsambika beach is a dream destination with a good combination of beautiful bikini life and the pious pilgrimage to the miraculous Marian icon. The beach is considered one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Tsambika is famous for the water sports activities like waterpark, jet skiing, and snorkeling. It is a party place as there are many bars, spas, hotels, and restaurants. It is set between two rocky headlands. 

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Lindos is a small village on the Greece Island of Rhodes. Lindos is famous for its adults-only resorts overlooking the captivating bay and infinite blue of the Aegean sea. There are many luxurious hotels, resorts, and spas only for adults. These hotels and resorts are built in Greek style. In addition to that, there are historical Acropolis and beautiful beaches.

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I hope that this information will be useful to you for planning your next trip to Rhodes.

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