Walking down the paved streets inside the walls, one can discover the amazing location of Villa Fluvian, in the very heart of the Medieval City of Rhodes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From there, you may explore every single corner of the island. Let us assist you on how to explore the island of Rhodes, or get a sneak peek yourself below!
A centuries old walled city, the Medieval City of Rhodes is included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO. Inhabited to this very day, the Medieval City of Rhodes offers some of the most unique sightseeing out there, including the Palace of the Grand Master, topping the hill where once the Colossus of Rhodes stood, just five minutes walk from Villa Fluvian, the famous Clock Tower, and the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, just down the famous Knights Street, one of the oldest medieval streets in Europe.
Mingle among the numerous alleys, get lost in time and travel back in eras where the sences were captivated by the scents of hub connecting East and West!
- Palace of the Grand Master
- Archaeological Museum of Rhodes
- Knights Street
- Byzantine Museum of Rhodes (Our Lady of the Castle Medieval Church)
- Souleiman Mosque
- D’Amboise Gate
- Marine Gate
- Our Lady of the Burgo
- Kahal Salom Synagogue and Jewish Museum
The East Coast of Rhodes boasts some of the most famous landmarks of the island, like the famous Lindos Village, with its 5.500 years of history and an Acropolis with the most astounding views over the Aegean.
- Lindos Village
- St Paul Beach
- Kallithea Springs
- Anthony Quinn Bay
- Seven Springs
- Tsampika Beach
The West Coast of the island features some of the most amazing sunsets your will every capture in memory or on Instagram! Start from the city of Rhodes and head south to Ixia and then start leaving the cosmopolitan touristic areas behind, and welcome the unspoiled nature and the mountainous areas of the island!
- Monte Smith – Acropolis of Rhodes
- Kato Petres – Kritika – Ixia Bay
- Filerimos and Acropolis of Ialysos
- Valley of the Butterflies
- Kritinia Castle
- Embona for vineyards and meatlovers
- Ancient City of Kamiros
- Monolithos Castle