Travelling to Rhodes - Covid-19 Information

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Monolithos Castle
We arrived to Monolithos Castle after a breathtaking journey along the island's western coast. Because cell coverage was spotty, getting there was a bit of a challenge. The vistas were breathtaking, and there was enough of signs to learn about the castle. I'd love to see the Rhodes tourism office provide a driving tour commentary on its sights. I believe it would encourage more people to visit this part of the island.

Commented by Maria April 25, 2022 in Historical sites

Rhodes Old Medieval Town
Going to Rhodes in the end of June / beginning of July. Reading everyone’s write ups I can’t wait a holiday is to be ventured and it certainly sounds like a superb place to take a holiday. Can’t wait!

Commented by Kevin Parkes April 20, 2022 in Historical sites

Rhodes Old Medieval Town
My wife and I visited Rhodes just before covid and have been trying to get back since.
We are (hopefully) going july 2022 and cannot wait.
I have been holidaying to all the Greek isles over the last 20 odd years and this is one for the bucket list.
Besides the normal charm of the Greek people, everything here is perfect. Restaurants, shops, scenery water walks, just all perfect.

Commented by ALAN SHARKY March 18, 2022 in Historical sites

Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of St. John
If you happen to be a history enthusiast, this is a must see location. The Palace of the Grand Masters is situated in the old town of Rhodes. It also has modern restrooms, a souvenir shop, however there was no audio guide available, and there are few exhibits .

Commented by Maria H. December 01, 2021 in Historical sites

Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of St. John
This a very well maintained and restored Castle. It was a fantastic experience, not only because of the castle itself, also the mosaics, the statues, the wooden ceilings, the alabaster windows, it all is well worth the visit.

Commented by Judith October 15, 2021 in Historical sites

Monolithos Castle
Monolithos castle ruin lies on a mountain that can only be reached by foot. Your automobile can be parked at the bottom, however there is no designated parking area. All you have to do now is park on the side of the road. It wasn't particularly busy when we went at the beginning of the season. Going up is completely free. The climb to the top is rough, and the stairs can be treacherous. If it's a windy day, think twice about going up there. There are only few safety barriers in the area, and a blast of wind nearly knocked my wife and me down the steps. At the summit, there's a modest chapel with spectacular views of the bay.

Commented by Chris M. September 15, 2021 in Historical sites

Medieval clock tower (Roloi)
A well worthwhile visit after a day strolling through Rodos streets with a terrace with a nice view on the bell tower from the inside

Commented by Ron September 04, 2021 in Historical sites

Ancient Kamiros
I've visited Kamiros 3 times and every time I was fascinated by the ruins and the ambiance. It invites you to sit down and relax under a tree, enjoy the beautiful view and listen to the cicadas. The sunset is awesome. Very few people around, which is wonderful! Highly recommended. I'm pretty sure I'l go back for more!
A. De Barros
Hartsdale, New York

Commented by ALEXANDRE DE BARROS December 14, 2020 in Historical sites

Ancient Kamiros
I visited Ancient Kamiros about 20 years ago and I’ve never been able to forget it. I had a strong feeling of what it must have been like to live there. It was palpable and for me, somehow emotional.

Commented by Len Deaves November 10, 2020 in Historical sites

Rhodes Old Medieval Town
My husband and I have been going to Rhodes for twenty five years. I have travelled extensively to many places! For me it is one of my favorite places. No matter how often I have been there I always see and find something that I missed the last time. I love the labyrinth of the old town with its cobbled streets, unique shops and restaurants, but most of all it is the magic of its history, you can almost feel the agony and ecstasy of times of old, at times I feel if you listen hard enough you can hear the Knights and feel and smell the battles that told place. It almost as if the stone walls hold the memories of all the blood that was split in the times of war and chaos. At the same time the beauty of it architecture takes you breath away, It is a very magical place and one that I hold dear to my heart and soul. I hope to return again one day before go too join the Knights in there forever sleep!

Commented by Michelle Montgomery August 25, 2020 in Historical sites




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