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Rhodes is the largest island in the Dodecanese group, with a population of around 98,000 inhabitants and serves as the capital of the group. It is also the most popular tourist destination in the Dodecanese, known for its high level of sunshine and numerous sandy beaches. The island welcomes a large number of package tourists as well as individual travelers.

Rhodes has a rich history that spans centuries, marked by a turbulent past of unexpected turns and twists of fate. In the 4th century BC, the island flourished and was home to the famous Colossus of Rhodes, a gigantic statue sculpted by Charis from Lindos, a student of the renowned master sculptor Lysippos. Throughout history, each conqueror left their mark on the island, further enriching its history and cultural heritage. The island offers a unique blend of ancient and modern culture, history, and natural beauty that makes it a top tourist destination.


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 Old Town of Rhodes

The Old Town of Rhodes offers a unique and captivating experience for those who choose to explore it. The area boasts an intricate network of bustling commercial streets and tranquil alleyways that seamlessly blend together. As one wanders through the Old Town, they will encounter a diverse array of architectural styles, including medieval buildings, mosques, traditional fountains, and oriental motifs. The area is also home to a variety of religious structures, such as Byzantine and Gothic churches, as well as an array of shops and cafes that are scattered throughout the streets. With roughly 200 streets or alleys, some of which are unnamed, the Old Town of Rhodes presents a charming and mysterious atmosphere that is perfect for exploring and discovering new experiences.


Lindos is a picturesque fishing village that boasts a charming blend of traditional architecture and natural beauty. The village is known for its cobbled streets, whitewashed houses, and idyllic beaches. Visitors can also take a ride on a donkey up to the famous Lindos Acropolis. As you stroll through the village, you'll find yourself immersed in a maze of narrow and winding cobblestone streets surrounded by immaculate white-washed houses, cottages, and hidden courtyards. The village is a treasure trove of local tavernas, cafes, and traditional shops that can be discovered as one explores the winding back streets and alleyways. Lindos is a place where time seems to have stood still, and it's a perfect spot to unwind and immerse yourself in the traditional Mediterranean lifestyle.


Faliraki is a seaside resort that offers a wide range of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages. The long sandy beach with shallow waters is perfect for young children who can paddle and build sandcastles, while older visitors can enjoy a variety of water sports, including scuba diving, paragliding, and the popular banana boat. The resort has evolved over the years, moving away from its reputation as a party destination for the 18-30 crowd, to a more family-friendly and diverse vacation spot. It now caters to all ages and preferences, providing a perfect getaway for those looking for a fun-filled and active holiday by the sea.


Kolymbia is a resort that caters to a wide range of visitors, including couples, young families, and seniors. The resort is known for its peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, making it the perfect place to unwind and recharge. To add some variety to your holiday, visitors can take advantage of the various boat trips that depart from the beach, as well as a range of water sports. If you're looking for something more active, the area offers excellent opportunities for hiking and mountain biking, providing the perfect way to explore the local landscape. Kolymbia is an ideal destination for those looking for a quiet and laid-back holiday, with a touch of adventure.


Ialyssos is a seaside resort located on the island of Rhodes. It is considered one of the best places to stay in Rhodes and Ixia, as it was one of the first areas to open up to tourism in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Even today, the area remains a popular choice among families due to its proximity to Rhodes City (only 3 km away). The resort offers a perfect balance of a typical tourist beach experience and a historic local town, which is ideal for couples and families looking to combine a relaxing beach holiday with an opportunity to explore the local culture and history. The area is known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque local town, and proximity to the main city, making it an all-around great choice for living.


Lardos is a quaint Greek village that is situated two kilometers inland from the coast. The village is encircled by picturesque hills, pine trees, and olive groves, making it a postcard-perfect destination. It's a popular spot among those who are interested in exploring the local culture and visiting the surrounding archaeological sites. The heart of Lardos is the village square, complete with a water fountain and benches, it's the perfect spot for locals and visitors to gather, soak up the sun, play backgammon, and catch up on the latest news. The village's traditional atmosphere, combined with its natural beauty and proximity to historical sites, make Lardos a perfect destination for those looking for a unique and authentic Greek experience.


Kiotari is a modern seaside resort located on the island of Rhodes. Unlike traditional Greek villages, it was developed specifically to cater to the growing tourist industry on the island. The resort is built around the spectacular Kiotari beach, which is the main attraction of the area. Over the last decade, the resort has experienced significant growth, as large all-inclusive hotels, bars, restaurants, and shops have opened to accommodate the influx of guests. Kiotari offers an alternative to the more traditional Greek villages, providing a modern and developed vacation spot, with all the amenities and services that one needs for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.


Kalathos is a picturesque village located slightly inland from the coast, with a short 5-minute drive or 15-minute walk to the sea. The village is known for its expansive beach, which stretches for four kilometers, offering ample space for visitors to relax and soak up the sun. However, the beach is relatively undeveloped, with few amenities, so it's advisable to bring a cooler filled with drinks and snacks to ensure you're well-prepared for a long day spent lounging on the beach. The natural beauty of the beach and the peaceful atmosphere of the village make it a great destination for those looking for a secluded and laid-back holiday.


Haraki is a seaside village that has undergone significant commercial development in recent years. The village boasts a wide range of accommodations, including apartments, guest houses, and local shops, as well as indoor markets, cafes, and tavernas that line the beachfront. The beach in Haraki is composed of a mix of fine and coarse sand and is a popular destination for visitors who enjoy taking long walks along the shore. The village is a popular destination among couples and older families, who are attracted to the variety of amenities and activities available in the area. Haraki offers a mix of a traditional seaside village with all the comforts of a modern resort, making it an ideal place to live

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    Places to Work - Coworking Places

    Dingo Offices

    Dingo Marketing Team's offices in Rhodes, Greece is offering a unique opportunity to join their first ever GoWorking Space Project. The office, a dedicated marketing agency located in the beautiful island of Rhodes, not only shares the space with people of similar professions but also provides a range of amenities for a productive work environment. The office space includes a 100Mbps internet connection, strong wifi, a color printer/copier, fully air-conditioned spaces, complimentary fruits, a Nespresso machine and boasts sea views. The office is conveniently located just 50m from a sandy beach and 200m from the city center. With a limited capacity of 10 people, this is an ideal opportunity for those who believe in the future of work as collaboration and mutual respect, and for those looking for a remote working space in Rhodes.


    Sports & Nature

    Sports and Activities


    Take a leap of adventure and experience the thrill of flying above the stunning landscapes of the turquoise peninsula with a parasailing excursion from Tsambika beach. This scenic flight will give you a chance to admire the picturesque beaches and the grandeur of the hilltop monasteries that dot the horizon. The bird's-eye view of the Kolymbia beach, Stegna beach, and the Panagia Tsambika Monastery will leave you in awe of the natural beauty of the place. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple, or a group of three, this parasailing experience is guaranteed to be an unforgettable one.

    Day Cruise

    Embark on a nautical adventure and discover the charming village of Lindos by boat. As you set sail, take in the breathtaking views of the East coast's picturesque beaches. Upon arrival in Lindos, you will have ample time to explore the ancient Acropolis, wander through the charming labyrinth of streets and alleys, or simply unwind on the two picturesque golden beaches Lindos has to offer. With around two and a half hours of free time, you can immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of this beautiful village.

    Sea Kayak

    Explore the stunning coastal beauty of Rhodes from a different perspective by joining a sea kayak tour. The tour provides all necessary equipment and experienced instructors, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. Start your journey at the picturesque Kathara Beach, where you will receive instructions and guidance before setting off. Paddle through crystal clear waters, past secluded coves, pristine beaches and awe-inspiring rock formations. Experience the tranquility of the sea while enjoying the breathtaking views, cross the famous Anthony Quinn Bay, and stop for a delicious beach picnic lunch. The tour also includes convenient hotel pick-up and drop-off service from various resorts, making the whole experience effortless and enjoyable.

    Filerimos Hill & Valley of Butterflies

    Discover the natural wonders of Rhodes on a tour that takes you to the Valley of Butterflies and Filerimos Hill. Explore the unique ecological setting of the valley, with its narrow rock walkways, tranquil lakes adorned with water lilies, rustic bridges, cascading waters and waterfalls, as well as millions of brown-red butterflies. Visit the museum to learn more about the different species of butterflies. A true showcase of nature's beauty and diversity.

    Scuba Nightlife

    Uncover the underwater world of Rhodes and discover the vibrant marine life by learning to scuba dive at the blue beaches of Ialyssos. This experience provides a full day to master the techniques of scuba diving with a theory lesson on land and a guided dive in the crystal clear waters. Be mesmerized by the colors of the fish and the vibrant marine life while you explore the depths of the ocean.

    Horse Riding on the beach

    Experience the thrill of horseback riding on the picturesque beaches of Rhodes. Explore the unique landscapes of Faliraki and Lardos beach while riding on the back of a horse. Participants who are willing to get wet can enjoy the added excitement of riding through the ocean waves. This scenic excursion is perfect for those who want to relax and enjoy nature, no need to have any prior horseback riding experience, simply let go and relish in the experience.


    Embark on a journey to the highest peak of the island, Attavyros, standing at an altitude of 1215 meters. The trailhead is located at the base of the mountain in the small village of Embona. The mountain is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, earning it the designation of a "NATURA 2000" site. As you hike, keep an eye out for the rare, protected Peony Rhodia and a variety of orchids that can be found on the mountain. The trail offers a diverse array of natural beauty with an array of different types of flowers, and a panoramic view that will leave a lasting impression.

    Beaches nearby


    Discover the picturesque islet of Prasonisi, a hidden gem located on the coast of Rhodes. The islet is connected to the mainland by two secluded coves, boasting soft and pristine sand. Its natural beauty is truly mesmerizing, and the strong winds that blow on the island make it a prime destination for windsurfing enthusiasts. The island's crystal clear waters and sandy beaches offer ideal conditions for windsurfing, making it a popular spot for both enthusiasts and those looking to simply enjoy the tranquility and serenity of the island.


    Ixia beach is a stunning destination known for its picturesque sunsets and idyllic scenery. The beach is long, clean and offers an array of water sports activities, particularly windsurfing and diving. The seabed is rich and diverse, making it a popular spot for diving enthusiasts. This beach is a must-visit for those looking to enjoy the natural beauty of the island.


    Nestled at the base of the majestic Monastery of Panagia Tsampika, you'll find the bustling and vibrant Tsambika beach. This popular spot draws in a diverse crowd, from groups of young students to families with children. The beach boasts fine golden sands and clear, inviting waters, making it a perfect spot for swimming, sunbathing, and unwinding. The beach also offers a plethora of dining options and a nearby market for essentials. Tsambika beach is a must-visit destination for those looking for a lively and fun-filled beach experience.


    Afantou is a vast and popular beach, loved by both locals and visitors alike. In recent years, it has transformed into a well-organized seaside paradise that caters to all beach lovers. It is a popular spot for sports enthusiasts, particularly those who enjoy playing beach volleyball, sand soccer, and rackets. The beach offers an endless stretch of pristine sands and crystal clear waters, making it a perfect place to relax, play, and enjoy the sun.


    The beach of Elli in the city of Rhodes is a well-known and picturesque spot, often featured in photography and film. With its cosmopolitan vibe, Elli beach has been a favorite among locals and tourists for decades, thanks in part to its iconic diving platform. The beach stretches for a vast distance, starting from the eponymous cafe and reaching the city's Aquarium. It's a great spot to spend a day in the sun, swim, or relax and enjoy the view.

    Antony Queen

    Anthony Quinn Bay (also known as Antony Queen beach) is a popular beach known for its crystal clear waters and fine, white sand. The beach is surrounded by picturesque cliffs and pine trees, providing natural shade and a secluded feel. The bay is named after the famous actor Anthony Quinn, who starred in the movie "The Guns of Navarone," which was filmed in the area. The beach is also a popular spot for windsurfing and other water sports. It's considered a must-visit spot for those looking for a beautiful and secluded beach experience.

    History & Tradition

    Rhodes, a world-renowned tourist destination, is a part of the Dodecanese island complex and is the largest island in the group. The island has a rich history dating back to ancient times, and is famously known as the home of the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The capital city of Rhodes boasts of well-preserved medieval architecture and has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the Golden Age, which lasted for three centuries, the island flourished and prospered in arts and commerce, and it was during this period that the Colossus of Rhodes was built. Despite being taken over by the Roman Empire in 164 BC, Rhodes continued to thrive and maintain its cultural significance and beauty.

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     Ancient Ialyssos

    The northern region of the island, known as the province of Ialyssos, has a rich and storied history dating back to prehistoric times. Evidence of Minoan settlements have been discovered in Trianta, and Mycenaean cemeteries can be found in the surrounding hills of Makria Vounara and Moscho Vounara, estimated to have been built around 1,500 BC. The renowned ancient Rhodian Olympian Diagoras hails from ancient Ialyssos. Despite its early significance, ancient Ialyssos gradually declined following the rise of the ancient city of Rhodes in the 4th century BC.


    Kameiros, one of the three most prominent Doric cities on the island, had joined forces with Ialyssos and Lindos in the 5th century BC to form the mighty city-state of Rhodes. The city was built on a hilltop overlooking the sea and did not have any fortifications. Excavations have uncovered remains of houses, an ancient Agora, a Doric temple, remnants of an aqueduct, and a temple of Athena. This ancient city's ruins offer a glimpse into the rich history and culture of the island of Rhodes.

    Archaeological Museum

    The Grand Master de Lastic began the construction of the magnificent Archaeological Museum in 1440, a medieval building that was originally used as the great hospital of the Knights. The Gothic-style edifice, adorned with Renaissance elements, was eventually completed 49 years later by the Master D'Aubusson, using funds bequeathed by his predecessor Fluvian. The museum houses a rich collection of Mycenaean jewelry, vases, and small objects dating back to the Geometric to the Classical period (9th-4th century BC) that were discovered in burial ensembles of Ialysia and Kamiro. Visitors can marvel at the intricate craftsmanship and cultural heritage of the island of Rhodes in this historical building that gives a glimpse into the island's rich past.

    The castle of Asklipeio

    The castle, perched on a 200-meter high hill on the eastern side of Rhodes, is an impressive sight that sits east of the village of Asklipeio. The village's name is believed to be in honor of the god of medicine, Asclepius. The castle is situated inland, about 4 km from the coast, and is often referred to as "Castle". It boasts of imposing rectangular bulwarks and two massive towers, the only entrance leads to the southeast corner tower. The castle has undergone two construction stages and inside the castle, there are ruins of buildings and two tanks. It also houses a significant inscription dating back to 1473 that alludes to the presence of Roman Catholic priests in the area. This castle is a great spot to discover the historical and cultural heritage of Rhodes.

    The castle of Feraklos

    The Castle of Feraklos, standing at an elevation of 150 meters, is located on a steep and rocky hill on the eastern side of the island, commanding panoramic views of the bays of Haraki and Agathi, across the coast of Asia Minor. The castle was captured by the Knights of St. John under Grand Master Foulques de Villaret (1309-1317) on September 20, 1306, marking the first knightly conquest of a castle in Rhodes. The Castle of Feraklos is a formidable fortress that is steeped in history, giving visitors an insight into the island's rich past.

    Filerimos Byzantine Monastery & Castle

    Perched on a hilltop, the Filerimos Byzantine Monastery & Castle is an architectural gem that dates back to the Middle Ages. Originally an acropolis, the castle was later transformed into a fortress during the Byzantine era. The castle is surrounded by a cluster of historic buildings and monuments, including Byzantine, Hellenistic, and Medieval structures, such as the Temples of Athena Polias and of Zeus. Visitors can explore the castle and the surrounding area to discover the rich history and culture of the island of Rhodes.

    Lindos Acropolis

    Perched on a hilltop, the Lindos Acropolis towers over the charming village of Lindos, with its charming alleys. The ancient acropolis is home to a number of historic and cultural treasures, including the temple of Athena Lindia, dating back to around 300 BC, as well as the Propylaia and the Hellenistic portico. Visitors can explore the ruins of the goddess Athena Lindia, temples from the 4th century BC, the Propylaea, the grand Hellenistic Stoa, and the Byzantine chapel of Saint John. The Lindos Acropolis is a must-visit destination for history and culture enthusiasts, offering a glimpse into the island's rich past.


    Pie for Saint Fanourios

    According to tradition, Saint Fanourios' pie is a custom associated with marriage and finding a future spouse. Unmarried women who wish to get married will bake the traditional "fanouropita" and make an offering to the saint, asking for him to reveal the identity of their future husband. The pie is typically consumed during a fasting period, as it is believed that the saint will reveal the information through a dream or sign during this time. Additionally, people who have lost something may also bake and offer a fasting pie to the saint, accompanied by specific wishes for the item to be found. The tradition of Saint Fanourios' pie is a reflection of the strong belief in the power of the saints and the Orthodox Church in Greek culture.

    Carol of Spring

    The Carol of Spring is a long-standing tradition that marks the arrival of spring and the blooming of nature. This custom is celebrated in various forms throughout Greece, with roots tracing back to the island of Rhodes. Typically, on the first or the 21st day of March (the Vernal equinox) children will return to their village homes carrying a wooden swallow figurine known as "Helidona" and sing a special song, known as the "Swallows Carol." This celebration is a way for people to honor the arrival of spring and the renewal of nature.

    Strawberry Festival

    The Strawberry Festival, held in Paradise, is an event that offers visitors the chance to sample strawberries grown by local producers, while also enjoying traditional music and dance performances. This festival is an opportunity to indulge in various types of delicious strawberries and determine which variety is your personal favorite. It's a great occasion for people to come together, enjoy local produce and celebrate the culture through music and dance.

    Lazarus of Saturday

    On Lazarus Saturday in Rhodes and Ialyssos, children go door-to-door singing "Lazarus" and collect money and eggs for the priests, similarly to the "Lazarines" tradition. In the past, this day was considered a day of rest for farmers, who would refrain from working in their fields as it was believed that anything they harvested on this day would wither. However, they were allowed to gather dry branches to light the ovens during Holy Week to bake buns. This tradition is a way for the community to come together and support the priests while also paying respect to the religious significance of the day.


    In the past, instead of making king pie, they used to prepare a traditional sweet treat called "akoumia" in Symi. The process of making it involves kneading the dough in the evening and frying it in the morning. It is said that the entire island would smell of the sweet aroma of akoumia. The sweet is traditionally garnished with powdered sugar, cinnamon, and honey and is served on a large plate called "soupiera" and shared among family members and mother-in-laws. This tradition is a way for people to enjoy a delicious sweet treat and connect with the local culture and customs.

    Food & Nightlife

    The centuries-old culinary practices and confectionary traditions of various regions in Greece, including Rhodes, have played a significant role in the formation of traditional Greek cuisine and its reliance on locally sourced ingredients. As a result, diverse and authentic local recipes have emerged. In contrast, the island of Rhodes is renowned for its vibrant nightlife scene, offering a plethora of options such as sunset cocktails, beach parties with music and DJs, discotheques, disco-pubs, and bars with live music. Whether you're seeking a romantic ambiance or an energetic night out, Rhodes has something for everyone.

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    Mama Sofia

    Mama Sofia is a highly esteemed eatery, ranking among the top ten restaurants in Rhodes. Established in 1967, it has a long-standing reputation as a family-friendly establishment, both on the island of Rhodes and beyond. If you're looking for an authentic Greek dining experience, Mama Sofia restaurant is an excellent choice. The staff is attentive and knowledgeable, providing information on menu options and prices, taking orders, and ensuring customer satisfaction.


    Paraga, led by Chef Yiannis Efthymiou, a renowned figure in the culinary scene of Rhodes, is a restaurant that offers classic dishes inspired by the ancient culinary heritage of Rhodes. The menu features a variety of traditional dishes, all prepared using a wood-fired oven. From casseroles to grilled options, Paraga provides a truly Greek dining experience. The restaurant's atmosphere evokes the essence of Greece, making it a delightful place to savor authentic Greek cuisine.

    Noble Gourmet Restaurant

    The Noble Gourmet Restaurant, located on the top floor of the Elysium Resort & Spa, offers an unparalleled dining experience. Skilled chefs create culinary masterpieces behind a glass wall, while a pianist provides musical accompaniment in the dining area. The restaurant focuses on traditional cuisine of Rhodes, taking guests on a multi-sensory culinary journey. With its exquisite setting and attention to detail, the Noble Gourmet Restaurant is a must-visit for those seeking a taste of Rhodes' traditional flavors.

    Stegna Kozas

    Established in 1932, Stegna Kozas has been serving generations of locals and tourists with the freshest seafood catches. The restaurant offers breathtaking coastal views, and its idyllic location on Stegna beach makes it a favorite destination. Situated right on the edge of the beach, it provides a picturesque setting for enjoying delicious seafood dishes and sipping on a glass of ouzo. Stegna Kozas is a must-visit for seafood lovers seeking an unforgettable dining experience.

    Marco Polo Restaurant

    The Marco Polo Hotel & Restaurant, located in the charming Old Town of Rhodes, offers a unique dining experience. The restaurant's romantically lit garden courtyard provides the perfect ambiance to relax and be transported back in time. With its inviting atmosphere, surrounded by dim lights and greenery, it creates an ideal setting for a memorable meal. The Marco Polo Restaurant invites guests to enjoy their dining experience in a tranquil and serene environment.


    Lettuce is a cozy and inviting family-friendly restaurant, known as the premier vegan restaurant in the Old Town of Rhodes. Open from March to October, Lettuce offers an array of vibrant and flavorful dishes. Guests can enjoy a variety of plant-based options while enjoying the cozy atmosphere. The restaurant also features live music on a regular basis, adding to the overall dining experience.


    TAMAM is a family-run Mediterranean restaurant with a focus on traditional Greek dishes, particularly grilled meats. The friendly atmosphere of the restaurant creates a welcoming and personal ambiance, reminiscent of a formal family dinner. TAMAM invites guests to feel at ease and enjoy their meal to the fullest, providing a taste of authentic Greek cuisine in Rhodes.

    Paradise Disco Bar

    The Paradise Disco Bar is an iconic nightspot renowned for its unparalleled entertainment. With its open-air design, the club can accommodate over 4500 revelers. The Paradise Disco Bar plays host to an array of world-renowned DJs, creating an extraordinary nightlife experience. Since its launch in 1997, it has been delivering memorable nights to visitors and locals alike.

    Colorado Nightclub

    The Colorado Nightclub, located in the bustling town of Rhodes, holds the title of the world's largest nightclub. Situated near the beach and on the vibrant bar street, the club offers a variety of experiences to suit every taste. From live rock music concerts and a well-stocked bar area on the first floor to two dance floors featuring the beats of talented DJs on the upper level, the Colorado Nightclub is a go-to destination for nightlife enthusiasts.

    Todo Bien

    Todo Bien is an authentic Latin bar that exudes a vibrant and lively atmosphere. During the day, it's the perfect spot for unwinding, and as night falls, it transforms into an electrifying destination for Latin music enthusiasts. With its atmosphere evocative of Latin America, invigorating cocktails, and beats straight from the streets of Havana, Todo Bien immerses visitors in an unforgettable Latin experience.

    Nemesis Club

    The Nemesis Club is a premier nightspot catering to party-goers with discerning taste. The club boasts a sleek and modern architectural design, blending classic and contemporary elements to create a unique atmosphere. It hosts a wide range of international DJs, offering the latest in music and entertainment. With its blend of style, music, and atmosphere, the Nemesis Club is one of the most sought-after nightlife destinations in Rhodes.

    Blue Lagoon

    Stepping through the doors of the Blue Lagoon, visitors are transported to a realm of adventure and fantasy. The hidden courtyard, with its multiple levels, features an imposing grand pirate ship towering over the swimming pool. The courtyard is richly adorned with palm trees, cascading waterfalls, pirate decorations, and parrots, creating a whimsical and fun ambiance. Whether visiting during the day or evening, the Blue Lagoon offers a unique and exciting experience for visitors of all ages.

    Paffuto Wine Bar

    Nestled within the charming and historical Old Town of Rhodes, Paffuto Wine Bar is a perfect destination for wine enthusiasts. The bar offers a sophisticated and elegant setting, ideal for sampling a wide selection of fine wines and aperitifs. Guests can also enjoy gourmet cheeses and other delicious dishes that complement the wines. Whether seeking to enjoy a glass of wine on your own or with friends, Paffuto Wine Bar provides a relaxed atmosphere to savor the flavors of the world's finest wines.

    Liquid Club

    The Liquid Club, located in the bustling town of Faliraki, renowned for its vibrant nightlife, offers a diverse and exciting array of music. The ground floor is dedicated to house and electronic music, while the first floor features R&B music, creating a fun-filled night out with the latest beats. The Liquid Club is a destination for those seeking an energetic and memorable nightlife experience.

    Lindos Ice Bar

    Lindos Ice Bar provides a refreshing change from the typical hot and humid climate of Rhodes. With an ambient temperature of minus six degrees Celsius, it's the perfect place to cool down and unwind. The entire space, including the walls, bar, sculptures, seats, and even the glasses, is made of ice. Guests can enjoy a refreshing cocktail while admiring the intricate ice sculptures, creating a unique and fun atmosphere. The ice bar also offers a cocktail lounge, restaurant, and live music, making it an ideal spot for a fun night out with friends.