Rhodes

Ferry to Rhodes

Rhodes (or Rodos in Greek), in the south eastern Aegean Sea near the Turkish coast, is the island for year-round vacation, where it hardly ever rains. Due to its mild climate, and an exceptional range of options offered to travellers, Rhodes receives the lion’s share of visitors in the Dodecanese. 

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RHODES

Beaches, scenery, nightlife, historic monuments, natural beauty and some of the best dining and accommodation options in Greece, Rhodes simply has it all!

The medieval old town of the city of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage site, since 1988. A gigantic statue, Colossus of Rhodes was one of the 7 wonders of the Ancient World and has made the island known world widely.

The island’s economy depends largely upon tourism; Rhodes has built a strong tourism infrastructure.
Rhodes’ port is the main port of the Dodecanese and serves as a central point of transit to all the Dodecanese islands.