Transfers – Excursions


Rhodes is one of the most popular islands in Greece with the greatest number of sunny days and the longest summer in the whole country.

Home to one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and one of the “stars” of the Greek tourism generally, Rhodes welcomes nowadays about 100,000 tourists on a daily basis. The island boasts amazing sandy beaches, a really interesting medieval city, fantastic nightlife and many archaeological sites.

Rhodes has a good network of roads. Because it is a big island it is advisable to have your own vehicle in order to discover and enjoy Rhodes. The island has many beautiful beaches and most of them are well organized.



A really special attraction on the island is the famous Valley of the Butterflies. It stretches 16 km south west of the city of Rhodes. It is a 6 km long valley with brooks, pine trees, plane trees, fig trees, colourful flowers and thousands of butterflies!

In summer the butterflies flood this area and become a real attraction for thousands of visitors on the island.
Bridges were built in the valley, and artificial ponds, and paths that make your walk easier in this unique place.



It is located in the eastern part of the island, 9 km away from the city of Rhodes. The waters of Kalithea are suitable and have a therapeutic effect for lots of illnesses. They are a one of a kind combination of nature, outstanding architecture and history. Close to the monument visitors can enjoy the crystal clear waters of the sea and swim in the picturesque bay with its natural beauty and the almost artistic combination of pebbles.

(Ano) Tsabika


It is located on the eastern shore of the island. One can get there by following the eastern road that connects the city of Rhodes to Lindos and goes through the village Archangelos. It is made up of the upper and the lower part of the monastery. The upper part is located on top of the hills, east of the Rhodes City – Lindos road and sees towards one of the most beautiful beaches on the island while the lower part is located on the western side of the road.

On top of the hill, at a height of 320 m there is the older part of the monastery Panagia Tsambika. One can get there by following the serpent like ascending path, about 500 metres long and which passes through a forest of cypress trees. The top of the hill offers a panoramic view of the surrounding area. For security reasons, the miracle working icon is kept in the lower part of the monastery of Panagia Tsambika.



Lindos is 49 km away from Rhodes Town. It is the only one of the three ancient cities that is still inhabited. Ιts acropolis is even older than the one in Athens. Many sights, old findings, picturesque streets and old houses make the visitors want to no longer leave this place.

Seven Springs


The Seven Springs is a magical spot where visitors can walk under the shadow of a huge plane tree and pine trees and enjoy the relaxing sound of the running springs. Water runs from these springs all year round and ends in a small lake that everyone can see walking through a narrow tunnel 186 m long.

The lake exists due to a dam built by the Italians during the Italian rule. A visit here is a really magical experience of the unique beauty that can be found in the inland of Rhodes.



Ancient Kamiros is one of the three ancient cities in Rhodes. It lies in the north-western part of the island close to the cape of Saint Minas and it is built on three levels. It is made up of the acropolis on top of the hill, the settlement (on the middle terrace), and the Hellenistic temple (lower down), the Doric fountain, the agora and enclosure wall of the altars. The ruins date back to the 3rd century BC and within this archeological site visitors can see the ancient Agora, the Doric temple and some arches. Kamiros is one of the unmissables of the island and an ideal place to highlight the historical heritage of the island in an unique way.





Lies in an idyllic location on top of the Filerimos Hill standing tall at 267 m above the bay that bears the same name.

Following the western road axis (provincial road Rhodes City – Ialisos) in the main crossroad of Ialisos, if we turn south, we’ll find ourselves at the feet of Filerimos. The icon of the Panagia (Virgin Mary) of Filerimos is one of the most important Christian relics. The history of this icon seems to start in the 11th century AD. The face of the Panagia is painted on canvas and only then placed on the wooden surface.



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