Rhodes is one the most popular of the Greek islands and is known for its natural beauty. People flock here for its beautiful beaches, historic attractions and exquisite cuisine. The western side of the island is great for those into water sports as the winds provide excellent waves for surfing. The more sheltered east is perfect for sun worshippers. The water surrounding Rhodes is filled with an abundance of marine life which is perfect for those who enjoy snorkelling and diving.
A holiday to Rhodes in 2021 is also a food-lover’s paradise. Famed for its fresh ingredients and classic flavours, you can tuck into dishes such as kebabs, moussaka and, of course, a Greek salad. Rhodes has a variety of different resorts, some of which are suited to younger travellers looking to party, while others will be preferred by those who enjoy a more sedate trip. Many of the island's attractions and features are suitable for children making it an excellent place to bring the whole family. From the water parks to the Modern Greek Art Museum, start your Greek adventure in Rhodes for the holiday of a lifetime.
Top resorts in Rhodes
Vast beautiful beaches, traditional taverns, elegant bars and warm sunshine will welcome you on, whether you’re looking to soak up …From €412 per person
If you’re looking for all the beauty that the island of Rhodes has to offer mixed with the buzz of …From €272 per person
As one of the more well-known destinations that Rhodes has to offer, Faliraki is a popular choice with all kinds …From €246 per person
Situated along the north-east coast of Rhodes you will find the beautiful and peaceful resort of Kolymbia against a backdrop …From €347 per person
Pefkos is located on the eastern coast of the Greek Island paradise of Rhodes, and the resort town offers a …From €270 per person
Rhodes Town is a beautiful city situated on the North-eastern tip of Rhodes in Greece, 11 miles from its nearest …From €259 per person
Your guide to Rhodes holidays
The island of Rhodes is jam-packed with things to do from snorkelling at Lindos Beach to brushing up on your history at the Knight's Hospital – there’s plenty to keep you busy for the duration of your trip. Much of the action centres around the city of Rhodes. The area is divided into the Old Town, New Town and the harbour. Some of the highlights here include the Avenue of the Knights, The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knight of Rhodes, and the Annunciation Church. Moving away from the island's history, you can visit the beautiful Valley of the Butterflies. This stunning outdoor area is known for its wide collection of rare butterflies and scenic walking trails. Boat trips around the island are also a popular way to see its breathtaking natural beauty. You can either take a tourist boat or, if you fancy something a little more high octane, you can hire yourself a speedboat and take to the waters the intrepid way.
There’s an huge variety of different beaches on the island which cater to all tastes and needs. The eastern end has calm waters and long sandy stretches. Over on the western side, you will find a more pebbly affair. Winds tend to come from the west and therefore this side of the island is more suitable for those looking to kiteboard or surf. The eastern end is more sheltered and the waters tend to be calmer. Lindos Beach is an excellent spot for families as the water is incredibly calm and shallow enough for young swimmers. There are some nice snorkelling spots, as well as plenty of facilities where you can go for lunch and also hire a pedalo or canoe. Pefkos Beach is famous for its signature scent. The aroma comes from the cluster of pine trees which line the beach. The beach has also been awarded Blue Flag status due to its white sands and magnificent blue waters. Other popular beaches include Falariki, Kalithea and Gennadi.
Most popular Rhodes hotels
Prices last checked at 12:26 PM January 22, 2021