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Discover Rhodes through our private tours and maximize your stay on the island. Let us drive you through the beauty of this magnificent island and share its history with you. All our tours are private and flexible and can be adjusted to the needs of any group. We can optimize your day so that you can see as many moments as possible at your own pace.

Rhodes Old Town

The Old Town of Rhodes, also known as the Medieval City of Rhodes, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on the island of Rhodes in Greece. It is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe and offers a unique glimpse into the island’s rich history. 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.

Rhodes Mandraki Harbour

Mandraki Harbor is a picturesque harbour located in the old town of Rhodes, Greece. It is one of the most popular tourist spots on the island, known for its beautiful scenery, historic buildings and lively atmosphere. The harbour is home to the famous statue of the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, which stood at the entrance of the harbour in ancient times. The statue was a representation of the sun-god Helios and was considered one of the tallest statues of the ancient world.

Rhodes AcropolisThe Acropolis of Rhodes is an ancient citadel located on a hill in the city of Rhodes, Greece. It is one of the most important archaeological sites on the island and offers a glimpse into the rich history of Rhodes. The Acropolis also features a variety of defensive structures such as the walls and towers, which were built to protect the city from invaders. Visitors can also see the remains of houses, public buildings, and workshops that were used by the residents of the Acropolis. The Acropolis of Rhodes offers breathtaking views of the Old Town of Rhodes and the surrounding area, making it a popular spot for sightseeing and photography. Guided tours are available to explore the site and learn more about its history and significance.

Kallithea Springs, also known as Kallithea Thermae, is a historic spa located in the city of Rhodes, Greece. It was built in the early 20th century by the Italian architect Florestano Di Fausto as a gift from the Italian government to the island of Rhodes. The spa is situated on a hill overlooking the Aegean Sea and is a popular tourist attraction on the island. The spa was used for therapeutic and recreational purposes and was a popular destination for both locals and tourists.
Anthony Quinn BayOn 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 one of the most popular beach on the island.
Filerimos RhodesThe monastery was built in the 15th century by the Knights of Saint John, who had conquered the island that time. Inside, there was the holy icon of the Virgin Mary that the Knights had probably brought to Rhodes from Jerusalem. When the Ottomans conquered the island in 1523, the Knights left and took the icon with them. After floating in Italy, Malta, France, and Russia, this icon is today hosted in the National Museum of Montenegro.
Seven Springs RhodesOne of the most charming destinations on Rhodes, Seven Springs (Epta Piges) offers a cool, magical landscape, a real oasis, even in the heat of high summer, a charming retreat in the most lavish of Mediterranean greens. Water flows out of the springs all year around, which is forming a small lake. The lake remains replenished thanks to a dam built by the Italians, in order to provide the nearby settlement Kolympia with fresh water. The access to the lake at seven springs is very popular with visitors and offers a unique experience. If you feel adventurous enough, you can to walk through the 186 meters long and 2.5 meters high and very narrow dark tunnel to get to the lake. This tunnel, constructed back in 1931, leads the water that flows out of the seven springs and from the river Loutanis into the lake.
Lindos RhodesOur 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.
We will return back to the city of Rhodes and we can leave you directly to your hotel or at any point of your interest.

Duration: 7-8 hours

Recommended time of visit: All Year Round

Departure Time: We can start at any time which is convenient for your group

Meeting Point: Your driver will meet you at the reception desk of your hotel or if you are coming on a cruise – at the pier, at the correct dock, with a sign on the car showing your name.

Tour Extension: We can easily add an extra hour for lunch at an outstanding traditional Greek tavern or some free time at a beach of your choice.

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