1. Rhodes Old Town
Rhodes old town is like stepping in to the set of Game of Thrones. It is a world heritage site with over 200 streets and lanes to get lost in! You can find everything here from, shops to great restaurants and even fish spas!
With its narrow streets full of white houses, Lindos is a must visit if you are visiting Rhodes. Walk down to St Paul's Bay with its tiny chapel or up to the Acropolis for a breathtaking view and history lesson. If you are planning on visiting the Acropolis we recommend doing so before midday as otherwise it is just too hot to walk up such a steep hill! There's plenty of nice rooftop restaurants to discover in Lindos and of course plenty of ice cream and fresh orange juice to refresh you when it gets a little hot!
Embonas, a Greek mountain village in the center of Rhodes, is the most important grape-producing village on Rhodes. Meaning, they are the wine producers on the island. Embonas is high up in the hills and offers beautiful views while you go wine tasting!
Kameiros, together with Ialyssos and Lindos, was one of the three original ‘cities’ on the island.The Ancient city of Kameiros is now a well-excavated archaeological site, located on the west coast. It offers a panoramic view towards the Turkish coast. Visit the temple, the Acropolis, and house structures of the Hellenistic period.
Kallithea is known for its thermal springs. During the Italian occupation of the island, they discovered that the water had curative properties. In 1928, they built a Spa complex. Recently renovated it's a beautiful place to visit and bathe.