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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Diagoras Airport (RHO), just over 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 15km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Rhodes are Budget, Caldera, Avis, Enterprise and Thrifty.
Warmest month: August (27°C)
Coldest month: January (13°C)
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A true holiday island, tourists fight over beach spots here as ancient civilizations once did.
With eight months of sun a year it’s no surprise Rhodes – the largest of the Dodecanese islands – is one of the most popular in Greece. Today, Rhodes’ history merges with its metropolitan centres and luxury beach resorts. Yet, the island’s past is as captivating as ever and easy to imagine, as you walk down cobbled pedestrian-only medieval street and fortress walls.
A world of nature
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Rhodes International Airport
RHO is located 13km outside the capital city, Rhodes.
Car hire pick up point
Some car hire agents are located just outside of the airport building.
Ancient Ialyssos – 7km
One of the earliest city states on the island, though almost completely in ruined, a Doric Temple can still be found.
Castle of Kritinia – 47km
A Venetian castle built on a steep rock above Kritinia village.
Ancient Kamiros – 37km
One of the three most powerful cities on the island during ancient times.
Monolithos Castle – 40km
Once an imposing castle build by the Venetians, offering striking sea views
A little bit of culture
Modern Art Museum
This gallery presents the history of the island and the entire nation of Greece through the visions of eminent 20th century Greek artists. It also includes the works of foreign painters who permanently reside on the island.
Situated within the walls of the Old Town of Rhodes, the building of the museum itself is a historic site. Artefacts are housed in the medieval building of the Hospital of the Knights.
Located on a hill overlooking Alyssa, this monastery was dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Built in the 15th century, its Gothic style stone construction was very different than typical greek monasteries of the time.
Considered a protector of the island, this Byzantine church is also devoted to the Holy Mary. It’s believed that the icon kept here works miracles, particularly for women trying to conceive.
Around the island
This beach, on the southernmost tip of the island, is a popular wind and kitesurfing destination.
At over 1,200 meters, this is the highest mountain on Rhodes. Start your ascent from the village of Émbonas. It’s a difficult climb up to the rocky summit, but the views are rewarding.
Off the mainland of Rhodes, this smaller Greek island is an hour away by boat and was previously the richest island in the Dodecanese.