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Full Day Tour of Rhodes (7-8 hours)
  • Old Town
  • Mandraki Port
  • Monte Smith, Ancient Stadium / Acropolis of Rhodes
  • Kallithea Springs
  • Anthony Quinn Bay
  • Seven Springs
  • Lindos
  The tour starts in the morning from the north part of Rhodes Island and ending in the afternoon to south east coast, after a swift drive around the highlights of Rhodes town:

 
  • Old Town
The Old Town of Rhodes is one of the best-preserved Medieval Towns, which in 1988 was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city was transformed into a stronghold from the Orders of St John of Jerusalem, occupying Rhodes from 1309 to 1523. The Palace of the Grand Masters, the Great Hospital and the Street of the Knights from the Gothic period architecture coexists with mosques, public baths and other buildings dating from the Ottoman period. Walking on the cobbled streets the visitor is traveling from past to present and unlocks the deepest secrets that are hidden behind the intact walls of the Medieval City. (Stop for photos round the Walls and most known Entrances of Old Town)

 
  • Mandraki Harbor
Mandraki harbor was the port of ancient Rhodes, just outside the Medieval City. At the entrance of the harbor are situated the citadel of Saint Nicholaos, which operates as a lighthouse, the three Windmills and the landmarks of the island, a male and female bronze deer (Elafos and Elafina) at the place where supposed to stand the statue of Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. (Stop for photos) Close to the harbor are impressive buildings influenced by the Italian, Gothic and Ottoman architecture and design. The Church of the Annunciation, the City Hall, the Administration building or Governor’s Palace, the National Theatre of Rhodes and at the north points of the island the Aquarium.

 
  • Monte Smith, Ancient Stadium / Acropolis of Rhodes
The Hill of Monte Smith, known also as the hill of St Stephen, is the site of the Acropolis of ancient Rhodes. Overlooking the city of Rhodes and the Aegean Sea named after Sir Sidney Smith, a British Naval Admiral who stationed his observatory on the hill during the French Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802) to monitor the fleets in the area. In this monumental area along with the amazing views stands the archaeological park where the structures dated back to the Hellenistic years (2nd and 3rd century BC).  In the green landscape the visitor can see The Temple of Apollo, the Ancient Stadium and the Greek Theatre where the Rhodians honoured the God of Ilios (Sun). (Stop for photos) The journey will continue towards Lindos, about 50km drive through picturesque landscapes and villages. We will make stops to:

 
  • Kallithea Springs
The Thermal Springs were famous from the ancient time for their curative properties. The unique Italian architecture of the buildings, in accordance to the environment, the characteristic domes (Rotondas) and the idyllic beach consist to romantic scenery. Nowadays the place is hosting plenty of exhibitions and events.

 
  • Anthony Quinn Bay
On our way to the east coast we visit Anthony Quinn Bay, named after the famous Hollywood actor, as it was one of the sets for the "Guns of Navarone" film. The emerald crystal clear waters owed to the lush green vegetation which surrounds the beach, the stone surfaces and the pine trees made Anthony Quinn Bay on of the most popular beach on the island.

 
  • Seven Springs
Seven Springs (Epta Piges) is like an oasis in the middle of a forest! Fresh crystal water flows from 7 natural springs forming a small lake. The access to the lake is a unique experience. There is a walking path but if you feel adventurous enough you can walk through a 186m long narrow dark tunnel, built by the Italians, to find this hidden earthly heaven with the small waterfall surrounded by pine trees.

 
  • Lindos Village and Acropolis
Our last stop is the village of Lindos, the third most popular archaeological site in Greece. You will have 2 hours to explore this picturesque village. Lindos is built at the top of a rocky bay at the foot of the hill of Acropolis and surrounded by the bright blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Starting from the main square of Lindos you will wonder around the cobblestone pathways and through white flat-roofed houses you will climb up to Acropolis where you can visit the magnificent ruins of the Temple of Athena Lindia (4th century BC) and surely you will be amazed from the panoramic view to the east cost.  

  *Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location. Stops for walk, refreshments and lunch may be verified at the spot!  

Included in the booking: Private tour, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Food and  Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms.  

Not Included in the booking: Entrance Fees, Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide
Half Day Tour of Rhodes (4-5 hours)
  • Anthony Quinn Bay
  • Kallithea Springs
  • Monte Smith, Ancient Stadium / Acropolis of Rhodes
  • Old Town
  Starting in the morning from Anthony Quinn Bay and ending with a visit in Old Town of Rhodes.

 
  • Anthony Quinn Bay
The waters owe their deep emerald colour to the lush green vegetation which surrounds the beach. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on Rhodes. It is where several scenes were filmed for the "Guns of Navarone" motion film, which featured the actor Antony Quinn, hence its name.

 
  • Kallithea Springs
The Thermal Springs were famous from the ancient time for their curative properties. The unique Italian architecture of the buildings, in accordance to the environment, the characteristic domes (Rotondas) and the idyllic beach consist to romantic scenery. Nowadays the place is hosting plenty of exhibitions and events.

 
  • Monte Smith, Ancient Stadium / Acropolis of Rhodes
The Hill of Monte Smith, known also as the hill of St Stephen, is the site of the Acropolis of ancient Rhodes. Overlooking the city of Rhodes and the Aegean Sea named after Sir Sidney Smith, a British Naval Admiral who stationed his observatory on the hill during the French Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802) to monitor the fleets in the area. In this monumental area along with the amazing views stands the archaeological park where the structures dated back to the Hellenistic years (2nd and 3rd century BC).  In the green landscape the visitor can see The Temple of Apollo, the Ancient Stadium and the Greek Theatre where the Rhodians honoured the God of Ilios (Sun). (Stop for photos)

 
  • Old Town
The Old Town of Rhodes is one of the best-preserved Medieval Towns, which in 1988 was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site The city was transformed into a stronghold from the Orders of St John of Jerusalem, occupying Rhodes from 1309 to 1523. The Palace of the Grand Masters, the Great Hospital and the Street of the Knights from the Gothic period architecture coexists with mosques, public baths and other buildings dating from the Ottoman period. Walking on the cobbled streets the visitor is traveling from past to present and unlocks the deepest secrets that are hidden behind the intact walls of the Medieval City. You will have 2 hours to explore the Old Town and shopping.     *Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location. Stops for walk, refreshments and lunch may be verified at the spot!

Included in the booking: Private tour, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Food and  Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms

  Not Included in the booking: Entrance Fees, Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide
Monastery Tour of Rhodes (6-7 Hours)
  • Prophet Amos in Faliraki
  • Panagia Tsambika
  • Panagia Ipseni in Lardos
  • Tharri in Laerma
 A religious tour of Rhodes, visiting some of the most known monasteries on the island. Starting in the morning we will visit the following 4 Monasteries:

  • Prophet Amos in Faliraki
Prophet Amos Monastery is located 14 km from Rhodes, near Faliraki. A beautiful little walkway from Anthony Quin Bay leads to Prophet Amos. The Prophet Amos lived 800 years before the birth of Christ and was the father of Prophet Isaiah. According to tradition, Prophet Elias, whose monastery was at the top of the mountain, quarreled with Amos and threw a rock to destroy the monastery in question. But Amos stopped the rock by piercing him. It is said that this rock survives on the back of the monastery. The temple of Prophet Amos is built on the ruins of an early Christian basilica (5th-6th century AD) and bears fragments of frescoes from the Byzantine and post-Byzantine times. The monastery complex with its temple and enclosure was built in 1838. The monastery celebrations are on June the 14th.

  •  Panagia Tsambika
The Monastery of Panagia Tsambika is located about 25 km south of Rhodes town. The old monastery of Tsambika is built on top of a hill and has a spectacular view to the sea and the surrounding area. The new church, where the holy icon is kept, is on the main road on the way to Lindos. The name of the monastery comes from the word tsamba, which means spark in the local dialect. Tradition says that a local shepherd followed a vigil light and found an icon of Virgin Mary on top of the cliff, where the old Byzantine church is built. The icon of Panagia Tsambika is considered miraculous, particularly for women facing difficulties in conceiving, which is why many women make offers to the icon of Panagia (child wax-dolls). Panagia Tsambika is the protector of the island and many locals are named Tsambikos (men) and Tsambika (women).

  •  Panagia Ipseni in Lardos
The Holy Monastery of "Ipsos" (height) or Ipseni, is dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is considered one of the oldest monasteries on the island, as archaeological finds attest to its existence in the early Christian times. Panagia Ipseni monastery is situated in a forested mountain, close to Lardos village, about 50km south of Rhodes town. The founder of the present monastery is Saint Meletios who born in nearby Lardos village. He miraculously found an icon after he saw a beam of light from the sky pointing to the roots of an olive tree. There he found buried in the ground the Panagia Ipseni icon. While he was praying Panagia Ipseni appeared and she asked him to rebuild the monastery and name it after her. In another vision he saw where a hidden treasure was buried, so in 1839 he began rebuilding the church. In the Monastery, which is inhabited by nuns, apart from the holy icon of Panagia Ipseni are also the holy relics of Saint Meletios.

  •  Tharri in Laerma
The Monastery is located close to Laerma village and is dedicated to Archangel Michael. Surrounded by pine forests is one of the most visited monasteries on the island. There are various versions for the etymology of the word, three of which are the most prevalent: a) it is pre-Hellenic, like several place names of Rhodes that are usually associated with ancient sites, b) it is an evolution of the word “Lithari” (stone), an interpretation associated with the existence of two megalithic monuments menhir and dolmen to the northwest of the monastery, and c) comes from the ancient verb θαρρῶ / θαρσῶ <θάρρει (Tharri= have courage). Therefore, the scriptures Thari and Tharri are considered to be equally correct depending on the version accepted. The Monastery is Byzantine basilica dated back to the 9th century while the hagiographies and frescoes dating back from the 12th to the 18th century. Close to the building is a fountain with a holy water, which is believed to be the same which healed a Byzantine Princess, who was plagued by a deadly illness. According to tradition in return for her healing, she erected the Monastery.

*Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location. Refreshments and lunch may be verified at the spot!

Included in the booking: Private tour, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Food and  Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms

Not Included in the booking: Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide
West Side of Rhodes Full Day Tour (7-8 hours)
  • Old Town
  • Mandraki Port
  • Monte Smith, Ancient Stadium / Acropolis of Rhodes
  • Butterfly Valley
  • Ancient Kamiros
  • Monolithos
 

Starting in the morning with a swift drive around the highlights of Rhodes city and ending to the west coast.

 
  • Old Town
The Old Town of Rhodes is one of the best-preserved Medieval Towns, which in 1988 was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site The city was transformed into a stronghold from the Orders of St John of Jerusalem, occupying Rhodes from 1309 to 1523. The Palace of the Grand Masters, the Great Hospital and the Street of the Knights from the Gothic period architecture coexists with mosques, public baths and other buildings dating from the Ottoman period. Walking on the cobbled streets the visitor is traveling from past to present and unlocks the deepest secrets that are hidden behind the intact walls of the Medieval City. (Stop for photos round the Walls and most known Entrances of Old Town)

 
  • Mandraki Port
Mandraki harbor was the port of ancient Rhodes, just outside the Medieval City. At the entrance of the harbor are situated the citadel of Saint Nicholaos, which operates as a lighthouse, the three Windmills and the landmarks of the island, a male and female bronze deer (Elafos and Elafina) at the place where supposed to stand the statue of Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. (Stop for photos) Close to the harbor are impressive buildings influenced by the Italian, Gothic and Ottoman architecture and design. The Church of the Annunciation, the City Hall, the Administration building or Governor’s Palace, the National Theatre of Rhodes and at the north points of the island the Aquarium.

 
  • Monte Smith, Ancient Stadium / Acropolis of Rhodes
The Hill of Monte Smith, known also as the hill of St Stephen, is the site of the Acropolis of ancient Rhodes. Overlooking the city of Rhodes and the Aegean Sea named after Sir Sidney Smith, a British Naval Admiral who stationed his observatory on the hill during the French Revolutionary Wars (1792-1802) to monitor the fleets in the area. In this monumental area along with the amazing views stands the archaeological park where the structures dated back to the Hellenistic years (2nd and 3rd century BC).  In the green landscape the visitor can see The Temple of Apollo, the Ancient Stadium and the Greek Theatre where the Rhodians honoured the God of Ilios (Sun). (Stop for photos)   The journey will continue towards Monolithos, about 70km drive through picturesque landscapes and villages. We will make stops to:

 
  • Butterfly Valley
You can witness a spectacular phenomenon which occurs only rarely in nature. Huge numbers of butterflies congregate in this small valley during the final stage of their life cycle. Every year, at the end of the wet season (late May) until the end of September, thousands of butterflies attracted by the scent of the Oriental Sweetgum trees cover the entire landscape. They are actually adult insects that follow the waterways and migrate here to reproduce due to the high humidity of the area. The landscape of the valley, full of small ponds with water lilies, wooden bridges, springs of crystal clear water and small waterfalls, promises to amaze even the most demanding visitors. (Visit/Stop)

 
  • Ancient Kamiros
Kamiros was one of the three great ancient cities of Rhodes that reached its heyday in the 6th and 5th Century BC, thanks to its developed agricultural economy. The ruins of the city and neighbouring necropolis were uncovered in 1859 in what had over the centuries, become a wooded area. Its grand public buildings, the Agora, temples, private residences and the Acropolis at the hilltop, witness the glamour and wealth of ancient Kamiros. In the aftermath of the foundation of the City of Rhodes in 408 BC, Kamiros started to decline, although it remained inhabited until the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian. It is a very important archaeological site, as the ancient village is preserved in excellent condition. (Visit/Stop)

 
  • Monolithos
Monolithos village is about 70km from Rhodes town and is famous for its castle. The castle was built on top of a rock by Grand Master D’Aubusson due to its location that allowed a clear view to the Mediterranean Sea. As you climb to the castle you will be amazed by the landscape of mountain Akramitis and the view to the deep blue of the Aegean Sea. You can also visit the small chapel dedicated to Saint Panteleimon. (Visit/Stop)  

*Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location. Refreshments and lunch may be verified at the spot!

Included in the booking: Private tour, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Food and  Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms

Not Included in the booking: Entrance Fees, Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide
Local Product Tour (5-6 hours) In this tour you'll have the chance to try some exquisite Rhodian Products, starting with freshly collected thyme honey and the local sweet “melekouni” at the Bee Museum of Rhodes. Following that, we will visit an Olive Oil factory, where you can taste and buy extra virgin olive oil of the highest quality. On our way back, we will stop to a Ceramic Factory where you can taste local varieties of wine.

*Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location. Refreshments and lunch may be verified at the spot!

Included in the booking: Private tour, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Entrance Fees, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Food and  Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms

Not Included in the booking: Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide
Rhodes by Night (5-6 hours)
  • Old Town Rhodes or Lindos
  After the sunset watch the magic unfold before your eyes! Wander around on the cobble streets of Old Town or Lindos and mingle with the locals in the places where Rhodes island night life heart beats. Enjoy the Greek cuisine in the restaurants, find the most unique souvenirs in the shops, and have a drink until early morning in the numerous bars and clubs.

*Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location.

Included in the booking: Private transfer, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Pick up and Drop off time as per your agreement/request, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms

Not Included in the booking: Entrance Fees, Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide
Rhodes Wine Tour (7-8 hours) A tour made for all of you that wish to explore the local wine varieties from our boutique and well known Rhodian Wineries. We will start our drive towards  mountain village Ebona, where most of the local wineries are located. You'll have the chance to try wines from the following wineries:

 
    • Anastasia Triantafyllou Estate Winery
You will join a guided visit of the vineyards and distillery to learn their viticulture methods. Meanwhile, you can also taste their products alongside local dishes. The Winery is where they produce, vinify and store their wine. You will taste wine, extra virgin olive oil and distillates they produce. In the winery are provided also several quality local products including honey, olive oil, cosmetics and ceramics.

    • Panagiotis Piperis Winery
The passion for creation, love for the good wine and what can the land provide to us are the main reasons why Panagiotis Piperis’ family got in manufacturing a prototype of a traditional winery. Knowledge and tradition about wine in the family originates from generation to generation. Their facilities are equipped with new generation machinery in order to offer you the best possible results. Their aim is to highlight and promote the Greek grape varieties, in general, consuming public who seeks to find delicate flavors. They would be delighted to show you around and to guide you in the world of production and connoisseurship. Panagiotis Piperis Winery Tour Program:
  • Guided tour in the winery and its facilities. • Tasting session of six different wines accompanied by traditional Greek gruyere, homemade paste of olives and local olive oil.
 
    • Kounaki Winery
Kounaki Winery was founded in 1928 and produces small quantities of wine every year. Has 40 acres of vineyard producing up to 1000kg per acre (10 tons per hectare). Cultivates Greek varieties such as Athiri, Malagouzia, Muscat, Assyrtiko, Diminiti, and Amorgiano but also European varieties such as Cabernet sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Chardonnay, Tempranillo. When demand goes up then Kounaki Winery cooperate with experienced growers who have vineyard plots that are in place to produce quality grapes. Non of the vineyards is irrigated. It produces about 10 different types of wine that are available in very small quantities (2000 to 5000 bottles per label). Kounaki winery produces Wines with The Sole Objective high quality. From Mid-April to Mid-October, the winery is open to visitors and offers products for testing for free. The winery is staffed with oenologist and all necessary and qualified personnel for Vinification, viticulture and visitor service.

  *Tour Program may vary depending on your starting location. Refreshments and lunch may be verified at the spot!

Included in the booking: Private tour, Free Pick up and Drop off at your Hotel, Entrance Fees, Professional Skilled Driver (English/Russian Speaking), Food and  Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Bottled Water, All Vehicle and Driver Expenses, Personalized Customer Service, Flexible Cancelation Policy as per our terms

Not Included in the booking: Food and Drinks (depending on your reservation/agreement), Tour Guide

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