Rhodes is a green island. It has many conifers and olive trees, but also hosts a variety of plants with beautifully coloured spring flowers.
Sunny and warm summers are the reason why many people love to holiday on Rhodes. In terms of size, it’s one of the larger islands of Greece. Fun fact: Rhodes is located closer to the Turkish coast than to the Greek mainland. It belongs to the Dodecanese island group and lies in the southeast of Greece.
You will find stunning beaches on the rocky coast of Rhodes. On top of that, Rhodes boasts the most hours of sunshine in the entire Mediterranean region.
Rhodes is a compact island, which allows you to travel to other locations on the island within a day. It‘s quite easy to discover the island. Rhodes Town, for example, has a port and old castle walls. The island’s favourable location also makes it easy to visit neighbouring islands by boat.
Rhodes is an ideal base for trips, such as snorkelling in the Anthony Quinn Bay, a visit to the excavations of Kámiros or the volcanic island of Nisyros, a trip with a glass bottom boat to Lindos, or a walk along the seven springs of Epta Piges.