Rhodes is one of the most cosmopolitan islands in Greece. It attracts thousands of tourists from all over the world. Its fascination comes from the combination of its long history and unique natural beauty. Visitors have many options here, but the main points of interest on the island are:
There are points of interest in the historical city, such as the Grand Master's Palace, the Suleiman Mosque, the Knights Street, the magnificent gates, and more.
Archaeological Museum of Rhodes
Located in a two-storey medieval building of 1489, which served as a knights' hospital before the port of Rhodes. In the inner courtyard, there is an impressive lion statue with its prey. On the top floor, you can find tombstones, carved heraldic crests and sculpture particles. On the lower floor, there are magnificent statues that stand as the marble head of Sea Venus, Rhodes's Aphrodite and the Sun.
Stamatiadou Museum of Mineralogy and Paleontology
This new museum was founded in Rhodes in 2008 and is the only one of its kind in the Dodecanese Islands. A total of 41 minerals from all over Greece were divided into three collections.
From the Hellenistic to the Early Christian Period, there are three halls in Rhodes, where tables, furniture, sculptures and mosaics are exhibited.
Rhodes Museum of Modern Art
Since 2002, it has been housed in a magnificent neoclassical building in Rhodes. The collection, which hosts more than 1000 projects, is considered to be the best example of its kind in terms of covering all periods.
Lindos is among the three important cities of Rhodes. Acropolis of Lindos, Athena Lindia Temple at the southern end of the Acropolis, in front of the Acropolis, Propylaea and Necropolis on the top of the hill are among the must-see places.
The most popular natural beauty of Rhodes. It consists of beautiful vegetation, waterfalls and springs, with fertile vegetation, wood bridges, benches and ponds. From June to September, every year, butterflies gather here to mate and create an enormous colorful landscape.
This breathtaking place is still not discovered by the masses. The landscape is very beautiful with lots of trees, springs, waterfalls and ponds with ducks. In addition, there is also a tavern where you can eat delicious Greek food. Explore!
It is the largest park of its kind in Europe and is located close to Faliraki. There are swimming pools, underwater gyms, quite a lot of water slides and of course lifeguards and everything you need to be in. The ticket is 20 euros for adults and 15 euros for children. The park closes at 19:00 during the summer.
The aquarium is located on the northern tip of Rhodes and is one of the best in Greece. It allows young and old to experience the underwater world, some of which allow the species to watch fish, shellfish, turtles, seals, crabs, sea urchins, molluscs, and others under threat of extinction.
It attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year and is one of the most famous places in Rhodes. It is a historic monument in a striking architecture where you can see many of the many well-known waters such as the Rotunda hall and wonderful mosaics. Located on the edge of the sea, 9 km south of Rhodes Town, just before the Falikari