Search for car hire in Rhodes

Fill in the search form below to find cheap car hire in Rhodes

Our great prices include

  • Free cancellation and amendments
  • Third party liability insurance
  • Collision damage waiver
  • Vehicle licensing fee

Want to book by phone?
0203 318 6960

Our team is here to help 24 hours a day,
7 days a week.

Best value car hire from top brands

Key facts for hiring a car in Rhodes

  • Car hire locations

    There are over 12 locations where you can hire a car in Rhodes and the most popular location is Rhodes Airport.

  • Average temperatures

    Coldest month: January (13°C)
    Warmest month: August (27°C)

  • Not to be missed

    The village of Monolithos

  • Time difference

    GMT + 2

  • icon coins


    Euro (EUR, €)

Talk to us 0203 318 6960

Book Now

Hire a car in Rhodes

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 streets and fortress walls.

Car rental in Rhodes – the numbers

icon car

Frequently asked questions

Q. What is the most popular rental length in Rhodes?
A. Seven to eight days.

Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Rhodes?
A. August.

Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Rhodes?
A. Firefly is the cheapest car rental brand in Rhodes, offering cars from just £9 per day.

*Based on easyCar real booking data.

Fast facts

Cheapest month / most expensive month Average cost per day of car hire in Rhodes
Car typeAverage cost per day of car hire in Rhodes

A world of nature

Natural havens

Besides its well-known glorious beaches, Rhodes’ partly forested interior has equally magical patches of greenery and woodland hideaways.

Valley of Butterflies – One of the most popular tourist attractions on the island, if you visit this reserve between June till September, you’ll be treated to an idyllic site of rare Jersey tiger moths covering every rock and branch.

Seven Springs – The ideal place to retreat from the summer heat. Hangout with the geese, ducks and peacocks by the lake while admiring the Mediterranean landscape.

Rodini Park – Thought to be the first landscaped park in the world, it was a popular with the Romans as it is today. Cooling walkways follow a natural stream, which the park is formed around.

The ultimate Rhodes road trip

  • 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 here.

  • 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

easyCar customer reviews for car hire in Rhodes

Book your car hire now

A little bit of culture

Discover the past

Ancient history

Mainly due to its strategic position between Turkey and North Africa, Rhodes has been an illustrious place since antiquity. Its archaeological sites reflect its origins under the rule of the Crusaders, Ottoman Empire and Italian invaders. Besides the capital’s Old Town – a medieval treasure and UNESCO World Heritage Site – there are numerous other historic ruins to see.

Lindos Acropolis – reveals the wealth of this ancient town, which was founded in the 10th century B.C., and has spectacular views of the coast. Its temple dedicated to Athena Lindia is a particularly impressive monument.

Palace of the Grand Masters – a shining highlight in the Old Town of Rhodes, this enormous palace was built in the 14th century by the Knights of Saint John.

Acropolis of Rhodes – on the western edge of the city, the ruins are one of the finest examples of Hellenic style of architecture, with temples, public building and cult palaces.