From there, visitors can enjoy a superb view over the coast of Rhodes and the little neighboring islands. Accommodations, cafes and taverns can be found.
The village of Siana is famous for its excellent honey and its local wine, definitely worth a taste.
Situated in the shadow of the mountain of Profitis Ilias, Dimilia is surrounded by a scenic and picturesque environment. Thanks to it's proximity to Eleousa village, both share the same lush greenery. They also share the same high quality of life, at a slow and relaxing pace.
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Embonas (also: Emponas or Embona) is the most important grape-producing village on Rhodes. Come around harvest time, and you will find the streets being full of baskets and the courtyards being spread with raisins soaking up the sun.
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One of the more traditionally modern villages on the island, Pastida is located slightly inland on the west coast of Rhodes. It is shadowed by the mountain of Filerimos, and its name in Latin means Castle.
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