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Rhodes is a real crowd pleaser of a destination. No matter what you’re into you’ll never be short of things to do on a holiday in Rhodes. One of the largest Greek islands, Rhodes has everything: lush forests with shady hiking trails, beaches with crystal clear waters, and more history than you can shake a stick at. There’s great nightlife for those who like to party, as well as family friendly attractions for those travelling with little ones.

When you’re considering where to stay in Rhodes you have plenty of options. The island has lots of diverse accommodation options, from busy resort towns to peaceful fishing villages and everything in between. Some of the most popular tourist destinations are as follows.


This notorious resort has calmed down a lot over the past ten years, with the government taking a hard line on drunken behaviour. Still, there’s plenty of excellent nightlife to be found: as well as one of the best beaches on the island. Family friendly hotels can be found near the water park, while the bright lights and action of the strip provide an excellent atmosphere for party animals.

Rhodes City

The capital of the island is a great base for history buffs, with plenty of large and small hotels catering to all budgets. The old town is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Throughout Rhodes City you’ll find buildings dating from the Medieval, Byzantine and Gothic periods sitting side by side with traditional fountains and elaborate mosques. Visit the harbour where the Colossus once stood, wander around the 15th Century Grand Master’s Palace, or simply get lost in the narrow cobbled streets of the walled old town.


This traditional Greek village is a big hit with families, couples, and golfers. Subdued nightlife includes a few cocktail bars and restaurants, but the focus is on daytime activities. There’s a championship golf course nearby, as well as a long sandy beach.


This quiet stretch of coastline is one of the best places in Rhodes for water sports. Gennadi is fairly unspoiled, and doesn’t have as many major hotels as other resorts on the island. Accommodation takes the form of tavernas, boutique hotels, private villas, and B&Bs. It might be peaceful, but it’s one of the best spots on the island for nightlife- with excellent Sunday night parties and guest DJs appearing at the local beach bars.