The island of the Knights

Welcome to Rhodes, the capital of the Dodecanese, an island which is ideal not only for those who want to relax but also for those looking for an action-packed holiday!
With its bright green hills, rich green valleys and uninterrupted line of golden beaches, Rhodes is truly a blessed place. Add in the excellent facilities for tourism, the island’s special blend of cosmopolitan and traditional, and numerous cultural and archaeological sites and you’ve got the perfect holiday destination.

Medieval Town

Rhodes Old Town, one of Europe’s largest medieval enclaves, offers a rich tapestry of cultures spanning 24 centuries. The Palace of the Grand Master, originally a Byzantine fortress, now a museum, stands as the highlight of this ancient marvel, showcasing the legacy of the Knights of the Order of Saint John.


Líndos, a key ancient Rhodes city famed for its naval might, hosts a striking acropolis 116 meters above sea level. Below, the charming village of Líndos with whitewashed houses and Byzantine churches awaits. Ascend to the well-preserved acropolis to uncover ancient temples, Byzantine chapels, and the Knights of Saint John’s castle.

Kallithea Springs

Kallithea Springs, a historical site renowned for its therapeutic waters, offers a serene retreat on the island of Rhodes. With its ornate architecture and tranquil gardens, it’s a testament to the island’s rich heritage.

The Valley of the Butterflies

The Valley of the Butterflies is the region’s top attraction, hosting the Panaxia Quadripunctaria butterfly. Enjoy its lush beauty and clever paths, and don’t miss the Museum of Natural History nearby.


Filerimos is a must-visit in the region, boasting the captivating Valley of the Butterflies. Explore its lush paths and unique butterfly habitat, while also discovering the nearby Museum of Natural History.

Ancient Kamiros

Kámiros, once among ancient Rhodes’ most formidable cities, thrived between the 6th and 5th centuries BC. Unearthed in 1859, its ruins reveal grand public structures, temples, markets, houses, and an acropolis atop the hill, attesting to the city’s former splendor and opulence.