Agios Georgios BeachAgios Georgios beach is a marvelous place for those with an appetite for solitude with their partner and a Jeep. It offers moist, spotless sand and cedars, for you and your loved one.
A series of unique educational activities held on the 26/11/2022 and 27/11/2022 at the Bastion of St. George (Apollonion Street, Medieval Town) will be part of the programme of the 15th Medieval Festival, which will be open to the public.
The 2022 season ended with a positive result for the Butterfly Valley while the financial results were also very satisfactory. For the forthcoming months a number of necessary actions to protect the environment are planed.
The best season ever is now a fact for Rhodes, as the tourists who visited the island this year are demonstrably much more than those who visited in 2019, when tourist traffic skyrocketed and it was a record year for our destination.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis had a teleconference with the CEO of TUI Group, Fritz Joussen, during which the establishment of the Group's Co-Lab in Rhodes, the first collaborative laboratory for the beneficial green and digital transformation of the entire chain of tourism-related services, was announced.
Rhodes is emerging as a pioneer in implementing environmentally-friendly policies, aiming for sustainability and promotion as a Green Tourist Destination. The destination assessments of Rhodes Island aims to provide benchmark data and find ways for balanced development of tourism in their localities.
Until 2015 the major part of the island of Rhodes was supplied with water from a network of wells. The overuse and excessive exploitation of water resources has resulted in a severe drop of groundwater levels and very soon led to brackish water inflow in several areas of the island.
Being one of the first of the Aegean islands to adopt the cultivation of the grapevine and wine production process. Thanks to it's unique soil and plenty of sunshine, wines of Rhodes today have a fine reputation.