With miles of beaches, a forested, mountainous interior, Crusader castles, frescoed churches, one of the finest medieval towns in the Mediterranean, and 300 days of sunshine a year, Rhodes has it all! The walled old town of Rhodes, its sandstone architecture, flying buttresses over cobbled streets, and a skyline exotically stoked with minarets and palm trees - a successive effort of the Knights Hospitaller of St John and the Ottomans, has justly been accorded UNESCO World Heritage status. Plus the lovely village of Lindos on the slopes of the hill at the top of which lies the ancient acropolis overlooking the picturesque bay. Rhodes has everything from beautiful beaches to a lush green interior.
Ferries/hydrofoils for the Islands do not operate in off seasons (autumn and winter) due to weather conditions
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