Why Rhodes?

romantic rhodes


Rhodes is the jewel island of the Aegean Sea. Shaped like a diamond, it is the largest and most fertile of the Dodecanese Islands, about 40 miles long and 25 miles wide. Once known as the Island of the Sun by the ancient Gods, Rhodes enjoys over 300 days of glorious sunshine. Offering a wealth of historical and cultural sites stretching back to and before Crusader times, the island is abound with medieval castles and museums as well as stunning scenery with over 136 miles of shoreline beaches, hideaway harbours and hilltop monasteries. Rhodes offers a diversity of choice and exploration comes highly recommended. Its beauty and the warmth of its friendly population certainly ensure a memorable experience!

Visit www.gotorhodes.com or www.rhodesguide.com for further information.


Rhodes Town

rhodes town

Nothing can prepare you for the grandeur of Rhodes Town with its medieval walled city combining the imposing Castle of the Knights, a fortress from Crusader times and a labyrinth of cobbled streets lined with bazaars, restaurants and wonderful cavernous buildings. Marvel at the magnificent Mandraki Harbour, home to the Colossus of Rhodes one of the ancient wonders of the world while close by the new town bustles with markets and designer shops to cater for every taste.



Lindos

lindos town

Lindos has stood majestically for many centuries overlooking its turquoise bays on the south east coast of the island. Aloft stands its mighty Acropolis guarding over its sugar-cubed houses, home today to terraced villas and rooftop restaurants offering views to die for. Time has truly stood still here and the village is now a National Heritage site, protecting its beauty forever.

During the day this sleepy village comes alive with a host of tourists visiting from all over the island and when evening arrives the village then breathes a sigh of relief as its numerous shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants that spill onto its whitewashed streets prepare for the wonderful night ahead.
Lindos has managed to retain a wonderful sense of traditional charm combined with a modern day twist and has everything you could ever wish for and more. Lindos' atmosphere, location, hospitality, beauty and charm truly casts a magic spell on you!

So, imagine, walking through this magical village on your wedding day possibly accompanied by musicians to the small whitewashed church in St Paul's Bay, the sun shining on a sparkling azure blue sea welcoming you into married life!


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