Medieval clock tower (Roloi)

Even being the highest elevation of the Old Town of Rhodes, the clock tower (Roloi), is hardly noticeable at first glance.

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Walking and Trekking

For those that love to get out in nature and walk, Rhodes is a paradise. The weather is perfect year round for this kind of activity.

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Water Sports

When you are on and island, you’ll naturally find opportunities for water sports everywhere. Rhodes is no exception and in fact because both sides of the island have different features means that the choice becomes even larger.

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Scuba Diving

Rhodes has some spectacular diving spots and it doesn’t matter if you are a first time diver or very experienced, diving here is a joy.

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Horse Riding

There are places which offer holidays based solely around riding, with accommodation right at the stables, and places just for a daily horse riding excursion. It all depends on what level you are after.

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Cycling

Seeing the island at your own leisure on the back of a bike is an unforgettable way to experience Rhodes.

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Beach volley

Beach volley is a sport that has been tremendously richer in the world over the last few years. Rhodes Island was a great bridge of events around the world and across Europe.

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Tsambika Monastery

The old monastery of Tsambika is built on top of a hill with gorgeous view to the sea and the surrounding area, offering breathtaking views over the beaches of Tsambika and Kolymbia.

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Filerimos

Mt. Filerimos (Philerimos, Φιλέρημος in Greek), is situated about 15km from Rhodes Town, on a hill 267m. high, also located near the village of Trianta, and stands on the same site as the Doric city of Ialysos in ancient times.

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Rodini park

Rodini Park was probably the first landscaped park in the world. It was still popular with the Romans some years later and they left a bit of an aqueduct here.

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