Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands situated in the Aegean Sea. This stunning island boasts one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, The Colossus of Rhodes, which stands within the historic Medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes and is currently a World Heritage Site.
Not only is Rhodes known for its historical sites and ancient ruins, but also for its quaint, traditional villages and unspoiled beaches. With nearly 220km of coastline Rhodes also offers a number of fantastic beaches, great bars and quality restaurants.
The Dodecanese Islands are rich in history, with Byzantine churches and medieval castles. Rhodes is most historically important and worth exploring the ancient villages, stumble across the Acropolis of Lindos, Socratous Garden in the Old Town and relax in the clear crystal waters.