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About Rhodes

The sunniest of the Greek Islands, Rhodes is home to miles of beautiful beaches and remarkable ancient ruins. The capital, Rhodes Town, is a collection of old buildings and whitewashed houses, with many lovely restaurants and bars. As you move down to the south of the island, the resorts become smaller and are great for quiet holiday getaways. Lindos is one of the islands more beautiful towns, overlooked by the incredible Acropolis and Doric Temple. To experience authentic Greece, head inland to the hills and olive groves.

You’ll be able to take part in watersports from most of the resorts lining the coast, and there are some great boat trips that will take you to some of the islands’ more secluded coves. If you want to do some of your own sightseeing, then hire a bike and cycle along the coastline.

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We have over 600 hotels, villas and apartments on the island of Rhodes for you to choose from. To make your decision easier, you can narrow down your search by star rating, location and more. Turn to the customers review section for an insider’s perspective on the hotel that you’re interested in.

When To Go

Rhodes is a hugely popular tourist destination in the summer months because of its fabulous hot weather and the absence of rain. July is the hottest month but if you’re looking to get away in spring or autumn, May and October boast still boast lovely warm weather.

Where to Stay

Rhodes has something to suit everyone’s holiday needs. If you’re visiting the island to enjoy the nightlife, Faliraki is the place to stay. For a more up-market party atmosphere the restaurants and bars in Rhodes Town are sophisticated and chic although slightly more expensive. To get away from the hustle and bustle, stay on the east coast of the island, while the west coast has miles of family friendly beaches.