Things To Do in Rhodes

Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights
Also known as the Kastello, it lies at the highest point of the medieval city of Rhodes. Originally constructed as a fortification, the Palace of the Grand Master played a significant role in Rhodes’s defense all over its history. The massive structure houses 158 rooms, only 24 of which are open to visitors now, decorated with antique furniture of the 16th and the 17th centuries, precious multicolored marbles, statues, carpets, and delicate eastern vases.


Elli Beach
Elli beach is one of the most common Greek beaches, especially among photographers, and the most visited beaches on the island, still preserving its history from the 70s. You will find sun loungers, restaurants, various water sports choices, and even volleyball and a tennis court on the beachfront.


Rhodes Aquarium
Located in the Hydrobiological station’s basement, the Marine Aquarium in Rhodes delivers tourists the opportunity to have a close-up view of the Eastern Mediterranean marine life and a memorable adventure experience of being underwater. It’s equipped with an open water circulation system, 40 tanks with a total capacity of 75000 liters, incorporating a wide range of exciting samples of Mediterranean organisms such as sea flowers, reefs, octopuses, clams, decapods, turtles, and many spices of fish.


Rodini Park
It was likely the first landscaped park built during the Hellenistic period in the 4th century B.C. Rodini Park hosts a natural stream perfect for the duck and peacocks living and breeding freely in the park. The park is rich in flora and perennial plane trees, oleanders, high-sky pines, and springs with water streaming through the rocks and offers relaxation, a playground, and park benches. Meander around the park, deeply breathe the fresh air and feel the peace and tranquility.


Colossus of Rhodes
The Colossus was built of bronze 2000 years ago, standing 110 feet tall depicting Helios, the Greek God of the Sun. The Colossus of Rhodes statue overlooked Rhodes’ Mandraki Harbor. It symbolized Rhodes’s victory against Cyprus designed by a Greek sculptor, Chares of Lindos. It’s renowned as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

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