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With stunning sunsets, fresh-caught traditional food and 3,000 hours of sun a year it's no wonder that Rhodes is one of the most popular Greek island destinations. You can expect flights to Rhodes to take around four hours from the UK.

Why choose Rhodes?

Spend your days exploring the ancient history of the island, seeing the stunning natural beauty and crystal waters, or just simply relaxing in the sun. The area is also known for its warm hospitality, laid back atmosphere and vibrant nightlife, making it a magical getaway for families, couples and groups alike.

Top resorts in Rhodes

Faliraki
Deposit from £49 per person

Faliraki from £146 pp

Ixia
Deposit from £49 per person

Ixia from £195 pp

Pefkos
Deposit from £49 per person

Pefkos from £155 pp

Most popular hotels in Rhodes

Hillside Studios
Hillside Studios
Hillside Studios

Faliraki, Rhodes

from £154 pp
Mitsis Grand Hotel
Mitsis Grand Hotel
Mitsis Grand Hotel

Rhodes Town, Rhodes

from £487 pp
Thalia Hotel
Thalia Hotel
Thalia Hotel

Pefkos, Rhodes

from £241 pp
Cyprotel Faliraki
Cyprotel Faliraki
Cyprotel Faliraki

Faliraki, Rhodes

from £342 pp
Dionysos Hotel
Dionysos Hotel
Dionysos Hotel

Ixia, Rhodes

from £257 pp
Evita Resort
Evita Resort
Evita Resort

Faliraki, Rhodes

from £280 pp
Princess Andriana Resort & Spa
Princess Andriana Resort & Spa
Princess Andriana Resort & Spa

Kiotari, Rhodes

from £443 pp
Sunlight Studios
Sunlight Studios
Sunlight Studios

Theologos, Rhodes

from £161 pp

Our Top Tip for Rhodes

The west coast of the island has a windy climate which makes it perfect for windsurfers, while the east coast has calmer winds and sandier beaches, making it a haven for sun seekers.

Rhodes highlights

Resorts to suit your holiday style

There are several resorts to choose from in Rhodes: from laidback Haraki and picturesque Afandou to the watersports haven of Ixia or the legendary party town of Faliraki - it's easy to find a resort that suits your holiday style. Rhodes Town itself is best known for its pretty Old Town area, the oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe and a haven of traditional cobbled streets, bars, cafes and restaurants that is best explored on foot. You'll stumble upon several beautiful churches and mosques along the way and The Street of Knights is a history enthusiast's dream. The thermal baths at Kallithea are also well worth a visit.

Best beaches

The ancient village of Lindos offers one of the more lively beaches on the island. Here you'll find plenty of sunbeds and tavernas and plenty of bars catering to visitors with late night opening hours. The beach itself is a sandy bay that leads out to beautiful emerald blue waters. Sandy Pefki beach is just south of Lindos and is much smaller but known locally for its natural beauty. Lardos beach is perfect for families while Plimiri is best for those looking to get away from it all for a while.