A balanced curated list of some of the top choices to spend your time when in Rhodes. Sea, Antiquities, Tradition and Lifestyle in a unique combination of a “things to do” cocktail!
1.Anthony Quinn Bay
Think of a perfect beach, with green emerald sea, natural stones and a silky back breeze. Athony Quinn Bay is one of Rhodes’ greatest places to go if you wish to discover Rhodes beaches. The beach is now known by the name of the actor since the shot “The Guns of Navarone” he acquired that area of the island.
2.The Apollo Temple
Rhodes, the ancient Greek deity Apollo is supposed to be the Iceland of Sun. The ancient temple, the Temple of Apollo, sits in Monte Smith. It is a temple of the Hellenistic period originating from the Doric style. One of the must-see attractions in Rhodes certainly!
Lindos is one of the island’s biggest attractions. It brings together history, natural beauty, and local culture. After walking through its tiny streets, you may either go swimming at the beach or have a wonderful lunch at one of its restaurants.Tip: you can find some really nice roof top restaurants with great views at the evening!
Lindos’ old Acropolis is located on a high cliff, and tourists may appreciate its rich history as well as the breathtaking view. The fortress was utilized not only by the ancients, but also by the Romans, Byzantines, and Knights of St. John.
4.Rhodes Old Town
Rhodes Old Town is one of Europe’s best-preserved Medieval towns. One of the most pioneering instances of fortification in its period is the city wall with the 13 bastions. The Grand Magister’s Palace lies in its walls, which in Rhodes is one of the greatest attraction! Apart from that, it’s charming to wander the tiny alleyways of Old City in the afternoon and feel the romance and the mystery of the old times! Tip: Small, almost hidden shops can provide you some really fine wines or ice creams. Keep you eyes open to discover them!
Kamiros was one of the island’s three major Doric cities, which merged with Ialyssos and Lindos to form the great city-state of Rhodes in the 5th century B.C. The ancient city of Kamiros is situated on Rhodes’ northwestern coast. It offers an incredible view, and you should definitely pay it a visit!Tip: Great, wild views of the island are on the road from Kamiros to the nearby old fort of Monolithos! On your right hand, just below the clif!
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