Rhodes Barefoot Package

For the beach Lovers, a must seen list of Rhodes beaches

Anthony Quinn bay: The beach that won the heart of movie star actor Anthony Quinn rightfully deserves his name. He was linked to the small picturesque cove beach after several scenes of the well-known movie “The Guns of Navarone” were filmed there. In the years that followed, the beach became an attraction for many tourists and famous visitors. With its enchanting emerald waters and the surrounding tall pines it is reminiscent of a vintage postcard.

Ixia beach: Known from its namesake settlement that is famous for its idyllic sunset, Ixia is a seemingly endless, crystal-clear beach, especially-loved by windsurfing enthusiasts, as well as divers, due to its beautiful and extremely rich seabed. It offers many options such as beach bars, sunbeds and places to rent the essentials for water sports.

Lindos beach: Among the island’s most characteristic and traditional villages. From the moment visitors set foot in this picturesque village they feel they are entering another space-time, captivated by its intense aromas, colours and delicious local products. Its allure is heightened by the deep blue, magical bay that spreads out right beneath it. A swim under the Ancient Temple of Lindia Athena on the Acropolis of Lindos suspended high above, imbues the experience with a sense of the history pervading the area.

Kallithea beach: Located 8 km south of Rhodes, Kallithea draws a crowd every hot summer day and offers a rich variety of amenities, such as water sports. Kallithea, which became very famous due to its reference in an old Greek film, “To Doloma”, starring popular Greek film actress Aliki Vougiouklaki, offers many options for fun and food.

Prasonisi beach: It is the favourite destination of those involved in windsurfing and kitesurfing, but not only, since the two bays that form on the sides of the sand strip, offer the choice of a calm sea or a wilder one.

Prasonisi island, located right next to the beach, is not only a beautiful destination, but also a rare creation of nature where two seas meet, the Aegean and the Mediterranean. It is interesting that in winter it is an island and in summer it turns into a peninsula. At the edge of the island there is an abandoned lighthouse where the view is incredible, if the weather is good you can see in the horizon Karpathos island.

The distance from the city of Rhodes is 92 kilometers since it is on the other side of the island, but it is worthwhile visiting this wonderful beach with its islet.

The Valley of Butterflies & Chalki Day Tour

The renowned Valley of the Butterflies is a must-visit area located near the village of Theologos. It sounds like a dreamy place and it truly is! There you will enjoy the amazing views of millions of butterflies which appear and fly around.

After you explore the valley at your own pace, board on a boat bound for the idyllic island of Halki where you can have plenty of free time to enjoy the island as you wish.

The opening hours for the Valley of the Butterflies are daily from 08:00a.m. – 07:00p.m.

The address of the Valley of the Butterflies is Rhodes 851 06.

Visit Kallithea Springs

Kallithea Springs or Kallithea Therme is perhaps one of the most beautiful locations on Rhodes island. Crystal clear blue waters make swimming and diving an absolute pleasure in the summer heat.

The gardens provide spacious areas filled with shade and unique air quality. Kallithea waters have an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius during the summer months. There is also an in-house cafeteria placed on the beachfront. Relax and watch the magnificent sunset accompanied by the sounds of popular lounge music.

The opening hours are daily from 08:00a.m. – 04:00p.m.

Animal Farm of Rhodes

Make a tour in the Animal Farm Streichelzoo on Rhodes and get to know the little friends up close.

The farm facilities accommodate small domestic animals from various places as well as larger and exotic ones such as camels, kangaroos, ostriches and lemurs. Take a walk in the park and have lunch in the restaurant if you wish.

The address is Επάνω Καλαμωνας 851 06.

The opening hours are daily from 09:00a.m. – 05:30p.m.

4x4 Buggy Excursion

The 4×4 Buggy excursion combines the unique beauties of the island of Rhodes with the experience of driving a buggy type vehicle. Ideal for those looking for an opportunity for adventure and exploration on their holiday.

The excursion takes place during the day as well as in the afternoon so that you can enjoy the magical sunset of Rhodes.

Horse Riding

While you are in Rhodes you can go horseback riding and explore the various enchanting places the island has to offer. Such activities are favoured by the mild climate and beautiful nature that Rhodes has. It’s a good idea for every age.

You have the possibility to choose between various horseback riding excursions, such as by the sea, in the countryside, along the coast or exploring a beautiful path in one of the green forests of Rhodes. Tours are available for all levels of riders, including children ages 5 and up. By trying it you will experience adventurous and exciting moments.

Get to know the Villages & Castles

You haven’t experienced the authentic Rhodes if you haven’t seen the hinterland, that is, the villages. Spent a day starting from Embonas, a village famous for its grapes, on the slopes of Mount Attavyros to the west.

In the right season you can see raisins drying in the sun. For a breath-taking sunset, drive past Monolithos, with its stone houses and the 15th century Medieval castle on top of the hill.

Rhodes Winery & Vineyard Tour

The sunshine and soil composition favoured viticulture in Rhodes. The island is considered the first Aegean island where vines were cultivated and wines were made. Already from the 7th c. BC, the inhabitants were the biggest wine traders in the entire Mediterranean.

The varieties grown are Athiri and Muscat, which produce white wine, and Mandilaria, which produces red. The sparkling wines of the two large Rhodian wineries, CAIR and Emery, are also noteworthy.

Worth tasting are Rodofili (white fume), Chevalier de Rhodes (red), Zacosta and Archontiko (red, aged in oak barrels), Granrose (rosé) and sweet white Muscat.

Diving Lessons in Rhodes

Combine the crystal clear waters and marine life below the surface of the sea. Also feel the Greek hospitality of Waterhoppers and get to know the wonderful marine world. Try this unique experience that will be unforgettable.

You will have the chance to see numerous wrecks and underwater geology.  Don’t worry if you have never dived before, the experienced dive instructors will guide you on how to take your first diving lessons so to enjoy this wonderful trip to the fullest!

The opening hours are daily from 08:00a.m. – 02:00p.m. & from 03:00p.m. – 08:00p.m.

The address is Pl. Eleftherias, Rodos 851 00.

Rhodes Water Park

Water-Park Faliraki, the biggest water-park in Greece, promises a day of endless water adventures for the entire family!

Get into the zone of the most thrilling water fun and enjoy a day in the summer sun of Rhodes full of adrenaline-pumped leisure! With exciting courses for all ages, at Water-Park, fun is a family affair to keep you entertained all day long!

The opening hours are daily from 10:00a.m. – 06:00p.m. (May), 10:00a.m. – 07:00p.m. (June, July & August), 10:00a.m. – 06:00p.m. (September & October)

The address is Athanaton, Rodos 851 05.

The Waterpark will start operating 4th of May.

Medieval City of Rhodes – Medieval Town Moat

The Medieval City of Rhodes is impressive. It is ideal for a walk in its numerous alleys as well as its gates, which are ten in total. These are the New Gate of Akandia, the Arnaldo Gate, the Liberty Gate, the Sea Gate, the Panayia Gate (Virgin Mary), the Saint Catherine’s Gate, the Gate of Amboise, the St. Anthony Gate, the Saint Paul’s Gate  and the Saint Athanasios Gate.

While you are in Rhodes you should definitely walk in the Medieval Town Moat of the castle, which is the most beautiful walk in Rhodes Town, with a total length of about 2.5 km. The scenery is wonderful, with lots of greenery and palm trees. As you walk you will admire the bastions, ramparts, medieval towers and sturdy walls.

The prevailing silence will make you think you are in the countryside. There are three entrances for the Medieval Moat, these are the New Gate of Akandia, the Pili Kanonion and the port of the city.

Stroll down the Old Town's Squares

Inside the old town you will find the squares of Symi, Argyrokastro, Museum (Mouson) and Hippocrates. There are monuments in all of them. Like the knightly Armory, the fountain that was essentially a swimming pool of the early Christian church of Agia Irini of Arnitha (6th century), in Argyrokastro Square.

Hippocrates Square, which you will find entering from the Sea Gate, is the liveliest of all, especially at night, full of coffee and restaurant tables for you to relax. Another popular spot in the Old Town is Orpheus Street, with the plane trees that shade the cafes and restaurants. Prefer to come in the evening when the temperature is ideal to walk around the picturesque alleys.