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Destination guide

Rhodes—where ancient sites and modern indulgences collide

Time seems to have stopped in the Old Town of Rhodes, where the ancient Acropolis of Lindos still stands regally, albeit looking a little (actually, a lot) worse for wear. This island, the largest and most significant of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, boasts a long and remarkable history (it's been home to humans since the Neolithic times), but it's not just for the history buffs. There are warm, inviting waters to soak in and a vibrant nightlife scene to soak up, and a Rhodes vacation rental is just the base you need to do it all.

Things to do

See the souvenirs of bygone eras in the Old Town

The northern tip of the island is where you'll find antiquities like the Acropolis of Lindos. Reaching this 6th-century marvel isn't a piece of cake—hold on to the kids, as the footpath is steep—but the awe-inspiring acropolis will be worth the hike. There's no shelter, though, so slap on the sunscreen and wear a hat. In the Knights' Quarter, you'll find the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, whose collections include sculptures from the Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods, as well as burial finds from as early as the 9th century BC.

Activities

Practice your resting beach face in Rhodes

Swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving are just some of the water activities you can do in Rhodes. The island's pebbly western coast is the go-to for surfing and kitesurfing, but if family fun in the sun is what you're after, pick a spot along the eastern side's 30 miles of sandy and shallow beaches. Here you can work on your tan while the little ones are splashing about. In the late afternoon, when you've had enough of the seaside, go to the 7th-century Roloi Clock Tower for the best views of Rhodes.

Weather

Rhodes—summertime breaks mean sun, sea, and sand

Rhodes has a mild climate year-round, with temperatures generally ranging from the 50s to the 80s, although they don't fluctuate much within the day. Summer temps fall between 73 and 84 degrees in July and August, and the warm sea waters make for lovely dips. Winter sees temperatures from 50 to 59 degrees in January and February. Expect wet days in the winter, especially in December and January.

Natural features

All Rhodes lead to some pretty incredible scenery

Fuel up with a hearty breakfast before leaving your Rhodes vacation rental for a nature walk—it's the best way to get familiar with the island's wildflowers, olive groves, and coniferous trees. The Greek National Tourist Organisation provide detailed maps to trails of varying difficulties. You can start from a cliff and end up by the seashore a couple of hours later, or you can hike up to a preserved crusader castle for fantastic sunset views. Hardcore trekkers can traverse the alpine paths of Mount Anavyros, the highest mountain on Rhodes.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Rhodes

The nearest airport is in Rhodes (RHO-Diagoras), located 8.1 mi (13 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Rhodes?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,039 vacation rentals around Rhodes. From 408 villa rentals to 694 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.