Introducing holidays to Rhodes Town
The fortress town of Rhodes Town is situated on the northeastern tip of Rhodes in Greece. Located just 11 miles from the airport, this fascinating holiday destination is the perfect base for a cultural holiday in the sun.
From the historic attractions of the old town to the lively bars and nightclubs of the new town, holidays in Rhodes Town offer the best of both worlds. If you're lucky enough to be heading here on a holiday, check out our list of top Rhodes Town things to do.
Life’s a Beach
Holidays in Rhodes Town deliver fantastic beaches, Psaropoula has a beautiful long stretch of clean white sand and calm waters providing perfect and safe conditions for family holidays. Beach amenities and refreshments are widely available, giving you the perfect opportunity to chill, relax and refresh. If you’re after a bit more action, head to the beach in Faliraki for a day of sun, sea and entertainment. Faliraki has a wide variety of water sports to try, hold on to your trunks and bikinis.
A holiday in Rhodes Town provides the perfect base to experience, explore and grab a taste of Greek culture and history. The first port of call on your holiday has to be the mediaeval walled city, the Old Town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Weave your way through the cobbled streets, scour the shops and grab a coffee in one of the cafes or tavernas. Once you’ve refueled, head to the Street of the Knights, the 14th century Palace of the Grand Masters, alternatively visit the Turkish quarters or embrace the Mandraki harbour to check out the yachts and traditional fishing boats.
For a great evening out, visit one of the traditional tavernas in the Old Town or head in to Faliraki for a lively evening out.
If you’re on a family holiday, Rhodes Town offers a number of great family fun opportunities such as the archaeological museum and the aquarium. Why not head to Faliraki Waterpark, a huge water park with plenty of slides and rides to keep the whole family entertained whilst on a day out. You could head out on a glass-bottomed boat or even hire a car to explore this fascinating island – the choice is endless.