Dimylia


The hamlet of Dimylia is a site of one of the most important Byzantine churches on the island, Agios Nikolaos Fountoukli, whose construction dates back to the 15th century. Inside the visitor can admire the beautiful murals that adorn the walls.

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Seven Springs in the Island of Rhodes

Efta Piges (Seven Springs)


There is a place in the centre of the island where mother nature has mobilized all its powers to create a relaxing and cooling environment for the senses. Composed of dense vegetation, shady age-old plane trees, crystal clear water flowing from natural springs, an underground waterway to explore and a serene pond, the Efta Piges […]

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A view of Ixia, Rhodes island west coast

Ixia


Boasting a well-organised beach, Ixia, in the municipality of Ialyssos, is one of the island’s most popular and cosmopolitan tourist resorts thanks to the hotel infrastructure that blends in with the surrounding environment and the accompanying tourism facilities. Hotel complexes are located along the beach road and offer high quality service. Every year thousands of […]

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Ialyssos view, Rhodes island

Ialyssos


Frequented by the rich and famous, Ialyssos is defined by its luxury hotels, elegant neoclassical buildings and organised glorious pebble beach which, with its waters that deepen immediately, is considered amongst the island’s most famous and is noted for the efficient services offered to tourists. Situated a stone’s throw from the town of Rhodes, a […]

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Filerimos hill, Rhodes island

The Ancient Ialyssos & Filerimos Hill


In the village of Triada, the remains of a Minoan settlement have been discovered and excavations in the surrounding hills have brought to light Mycenaean cemeteries. Leaving Triada, a pleasant walk through a pine forest leads to Filerimos hill, containing the site of the acropolis of the ancient city of Ialyssos. The area is of […]

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Kremasti


Situated 12 km from Rhodes is the village of Kremasti. Traditionally an agricultural community, tourism infrastructure has been developed because of the proximity to a strange valley called the Koilada ton Petaloudon (Valley of the Butterflies). Those who find themselves in the village around 15th August can join in the celebrations of the Panigiri tis […]

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