Dimilia

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.

The village consists of tiny little lanes and traditionally styled houses, many of them surrounded by beautiful coloured flowers. The food here is delicious, and you will find a selection of places to eat and drink.

Apart from Eleousa, in close proximity you will also find the spring of Foundoukli, along with the Foundoukli Church. If you would like to experience some real mountain feeling for your lunch or dinner, drive to the close by taverna also named after the location, taverna Fountoukli.

Dimilia village and it's surroundings offer perfect opportunity to get away from the crowds usually found at the tourist hot spots of Rhodes. It is pleasantly quiet, with nature being the leading reason to visit.

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