A villa holiday in Rhodes dishes up delights on every turn, from hilltop towns and ancient ruins to an endless ribbon of sandy beaches and tasty tavernas. There’s little wonder why so many head to the largest of the Dodecanese Islands each year, with so many holiday activities on offer and so much historical charm waiting to be discovered. Our villas in Rhodes can be found in the magical whitewashed village of Lindos which is backed by the impressive Acropolis, as well as seaside resorts of Afandou and Lardos along the tranquil east coast.
Truly memorable, a Rhodes villa holiday is a getaway you don’t want to miss. Immaculate beaches, breath-taking architecture and a fascinating history await to be explored. You can get away from it all in the easygoing parts of the island or get swept in the upbeat beach bars scene in Faliraki. Our villas in Rhodes are ready to cater for everyone.
Things to do in Rhodes
A Greek Island favourite, a Rhodes villa holiday is a getaway you don’t want to miss. Both families and couples alike can partake in an abundance of holiday activities, or simply just sit back and relax in a wonderful Mediterranean climate. Immaculate beaches, breath-taking architecture and a fascinating history are waiting to be explored and your villa in Rhodes is the perfect base to discover it all.
Our villas in Rhodes, Greece boast the perfect setting for beach-lovers. The island’s east coast is home to some of the best in the Aegean and cater perfectly for families with their calming, crystal-clear waters. Lindos Beach is well-stocked with sun beds, water sports and tavernas, and a number of more secluded beaches are dotted along the coastline including the beautiful Haraki Beach. It’s well worth visiting the large Prasonisi Beach on the southern tip of the island too – where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean and makes for an intriguing site.
Nightlife in Rhodes
Join in the evening fun on your Rhodes villa holiday. There’s enough going on in Rhodes for you to spend your evenings as lively or as laid-back as you wish. Lindos is the place to go for a romantic, rooftop meal, whereas nearby Pefkos is home to a few more lively bars. If you want a real night on the town, head to Faliraki. Here you’ll be greeted by a wealth of bars and nightclubs that are open until the early hours.
Food and Drink in Rhodes
Much of Rhodes’ pallet is reflective of traditional Greek cuisine, with a number of tasty options ranging from souvlaki and moussaka to gyros and feta cheese. Visit the inland mountain villages to buy local produce such as olive oils and honey – an island speciality. Over 7,000 acres of land are used for wine production on the island, with Cair and Emery being the most popular vineyards.
History and Culture in Rhodes
Our villas to rent in Rhodes are ideally located for effortless day trips to some of the most breath-taking places you’ll ever see. Lindos is home to the magnificent ancient Acropolis, which can be accessed either on foot or by donkey starting in the town’s narrow, cobbled streets. Once you reach the top you’ll be greeted by fantastic views and fascinating ruins of an ancient citadel. A day trip north to Rhodes Town is a must and allows you to delve deep into the island’s past. This UNESCO-listed old town is enclosed with high walls and is home to a 14th Century palace, museums, galleries, boutique shops and cafés.
Facts about Rhodes
Currency: Euro €
Flight Time: 4hrs
Time Difference: +2hrs
Capital City: Rhodes City
Nearest Airport: Rhodes International Airport – Diagoras (RHO)