Our visitors share their experiences on Rhodes. Read Comments and reviews.

Lindos Beach
Finished the novel, Seven Tears For Apollo, by Phyllis A. Whitney, only about 3 hours ago. The setting is on the Isle of Rhodes, with visits to other islands, Lindos being one.
In a short statement in the front of the book the author writes that (this is a paraphrase) no matter how she tried she could not describe the enchantment of Rhodes.
It was a wonderful book. I recommend it.
If I can't make the journey there in person. This book was a nice way to visit! Thanks to the wonderful (late) author, Phyllis A. Whitney for that!

Commented by Tillie August 03, 2012 in Beaches

Butterfly Valley (Valley of Butterflies)
I VISITED THE ISLAND OF RHODES MANY YEARS AGO.
THE VISIT TO THE VALLEY OF THE BUTTERFLIES
WAS FANTASTIC. THE VARIOUS COLORS OF THE BUTTERFLIES LOOKED LIKE COLORED FLOWERS. A SHORT
TRIP TO TURKEY FROM RHODES WAS VERY INTERESTING

Commented by ADELLE DUNBERG July 31, 2012 in Excursions & places to visit

Pefkos (Pefki)
What a wonderful place to go it just keeps calling us back so of we go in 3 weeks time I recommend the place to anyone as all the people are friendly the damm damm is our favorite place to eat our evening meal. We get lots of lovely welcomes when we go into any place the Pefkos by night bar is the best place to go at night as they have air conditioning to keep you cool at night and the staff are friendly and funny cant wait to see them all again!

Commented by lorraine and mark June 28, 2012 in Beaches

Pefkos (Pefki)
Going back to pefkos for the 5 time love the place and the peoplr they never forget you love pefkos by night lively place at night the staff are welcoming and freindly cant wait to go back favourite restaurant is dam dam looking forward to the holiday.

Commented by lorraine June 25, 2012 in Beaches

Lindos Beach
When my mother met her belated husband fifteen years ago, He took her there on holiday :) and three years after that they took myself my husband, our son then 8 years old and our daughter 3, it is stunning, we are going back in a few weeks time and i can not wait :)

Commented by Emma June 16, 2012 in Beaches

Kallithea (Kalithea)
This is a beautiful place! since the buildings have been restored its even more beautiful! its so tranquill and peaceful. You can go snorkerling for hours! we love it here so much we named our daughter after it!

Commented by sarah cooper June 16, 2012 in Beaches

Seven Springs (Epta Piges)
Went last august 2011 really enjoyed it took over an hour on moped to find it but well worth it. The green bluey water was lovely. Picturesque and a must is to walk through the tunnel.

Commented by marie June 02, 2012 in Excursions & places to visit

Haraki (Charaki)
After visiting Haraki for the first time i went to Marias taverna on the first night and the food was that good that I went there every night for the duration of my 2 week stay. The huge menu feel of delicious traditional Greek dishes made my choice to dine so easy. After a long day on the pebbled beach i would often look forward to having moussaka watching the sunset in a prime location on the sea front. Haraki is Rhodes's best kept secret !!

Commented by John heath June 01, 2012 in Beaches

Agathi
The best beach by far on Rhodes.
Do go & look at the little church carved into the rocks.

Commented by tpebop May 30, 2012 in Beaches

Pefkos (Pefki)
Absolutely adore pefkos it just keeps calling us back year after year. Third visit coming up in july staying in Amfritriti aps, just can't wait now!such a lovely place with lovely people. See you in july :)

Commented by lucy B May 19, 2012 in Beaches




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