A resort and a 'real' town combined, Rhodes Town offers the best of both worlds. There's a choice of beaches where watersports are available, more restaurants than you can count, a great selection of bars and clubs and enough shops for the most addicted shopaholic. Whatever you do, try not to miss the wonderful stone-built Crusader fortress with boutiques and bars hidden away in the walls, and rooftop restaurants overlooking tinkling fountains in the old square.
Your Rhodes Town holiday wouldn’t be complete without picking the right hotel for you. With different star ratings to choose from and the basic to the luxury, there are plenty of options when it comes to Rhodes Town hotels.
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The average flight time to Rhodes Town from the UK is 4 hours 5 minutes.
Rhodes Town is wonderful as it is both a resort with beaches and also a town with fascinating sights to see. The Greek Islands have a great selection of ancient sites to investigate as well as natural spaces to explore. Rhodes isn’t any different and especially not Rhodes Town. During your holiday in Rhodes Town, make sure you check out these sights:
Rhodes enjoys a Mediterranean climate meaning it also experience hot summers which are usually dry and some rainfall during the other part of the year. The sun is always shining it Rhodes, so you can’t go wrong with a holiday in Rhodes Town whatever the time of the year. If you wish to make the most of the hot sun, visit the town between June and September. During this period, the temperatures are at their highest and the sun will no doubt be shining. If you think the summer may be too hot for you, head to Rhodes Town during the spring or autumn, at this time it won’t be as humid, but it’ll still be warm.
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