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Spend your holidays in Rhodes island, Greece. Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and is an island with great history. Your Rhodes holidays should include a visit to the Colossus of Rhodes: one of the seven wonders of the Ancient world. A stroll down the Old Town of Rhodes is a must as this has been declared as a World Heritage Site. With many archaeological sites and small villages to visit, your holidays in Rhodes will most certainly not leave you bored.
Louis Colossos Beach in Faliraki is situated directly on the beach and is ideal for beach holidays in Rhodes as well as all inclusive Rhodes holidays. If what you expect from your Rhodes holidays is adventure and lot of activities, then there is no better place to be than Louis Colossos Beach.
- Island of the Knights
- Interested in history, beaches, colourful villages and ancient Greek treasures? Then discover the past and present of Rhodes where everyone has something to see.
- As the original ancient ‘Gateway to Collosos’, the island of Rhodes promises historic treats. The first is Rhodes town where you can walk the old streets and castle walls in the footsteps of Crusader knights or join the present to enjoy numerous shops, cafés, and nightlife. Whereas the parks of Rhodes town host cultural events and festivals, you may be drawn to the cooler pine forests and low mountains inland. Colourful villages such as Archangelos, archeological sites like the Temple of Apollo, and natural elements like the Seven Springs are enchanting. For beaches, turn south to the twin shores of secluded Prassonissi, the turquoise waters of Tsambika, or Haraki for scuba diving. Highly recommend is a trip to Symi Island to visit the neo-classical town, Panormitis Monastery and the famous sponge centres. Wherever you go, you will get a warm welcome as the people are said to be the most hospitable in Greece.
- Out of the 2,000 Greek islands, only 227 are populated.