The Island Of Rhodes

Map Of Rhodes - The Island Of Rhodes


The Island Of Rhodes is a beautiful place. Known also as the island of the sun it is located northeast of Crete and to the southeast of the Greek mainland. It is also known as the island of the Knights, which takes its reference from The Knights of Saint John who occupied the island in years past!

The island of Rhodes is the largest of the twelve islands in the Dodecanese!

Millions of people pass through the island each summer for their holidays and this is due to its tropical climate and history. Rhodes is famous for the Old Medieval Town located on the north of the island and also for the history of the Rhodes Colossus among other heritage sites!

The climate of Rhodes is generally a warm one. In the summer months, the temperatures can sometimes be uncomfortable (especially if you have to work) sometimes hitting 40 to 45+ degrees Celsius (104 to 113+ Fahrenheit) depending where you are on the island. In the winter of course these temperatures drop – but never to freezing levels. I think the worst I experienced was around 6 degrees Celsius (43 Fahrenheit), so nothing compared to other countries.

As of today the island has around 115,000 people living here which is not that many at all when you consider other cities around the world! Around 65,000 of Rhodes Map and Flag - The Island Of Rhodesthese live in The City of Rhodes itself!

As you can see on the graphic below with the simple map of Rhodes, the island can almost be said to be in the shape of an arrow. This is something that many people notice and comment on!

From the top of the island to the bottom it distances at just under 80km and it is just short of 40km wide (at the widest point). Not that big really eh!?

I myself took a drive around the island a little while ago, and from point A (my home in Ialyssos) all the way down the west coast and back up the east coast back to point A took around 5 hours by car! I guess this gives you an idea of its size without bombarding you with numbers alone 🙂 It is around 230km though, if you are interested!

Although the island is full with the sites displaying breathtaking history, it is also a very robust business with lots of hotels located throughout the island. The areas of Ixia and Kolimbia for example have their skylines completely dominated by hotels and restaurants.

No matter where you are from and what you are looking for, there is something in Rhodes for you!

See the video for a really beautiful introduction to Rhodes.

So, this is a brief description of the island and of course there is a lot more to see here 🙂 I have included an interactive map on the top right side of every page for you to look around, and there are some options for you to take a look deeper into the information here on the bottom of the pages.

Come and take a closer look at what Rhodes has to offer!

Let me know too if you would like any other information! If you need me you can always contact me or leave me a comment below. I will get right back to you all 🙂 There is nothing I like more than hearing from all of you all out there.



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42 comments on “The Island Of Rhodes

  1. Hi Chris,

    Greece is a country I am yet to visit but have on my list of must does. I hadn’t realised it gets so hot in the summer months. This is definitely something to consider when I am planning our trip.

    I loved that I could find both historical and tourist information in regards to Rhodes all in one place. I tend to get a bit distracted when I can’t find everything in one place!

    My wife and I have done many road trips. The idea of a 4 hour trip to drive around the whole of the island sounds great!


    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey James, thanks for getting in touch with me. It is nice to hear from you.

      Yes, here in Rhodes the temperatures can get very hot especially in the peak season. July and August are the hottest. I have written some more information on The Climate Of Rhodes here if it is of interest to you!

      If you are looking for a place with history, then Rhodes has it all. It offers all of this and you can enjoy a tourist and pleasurable holiday too. There is lots to do here, so whether you want to relax, go out, enjoy the sites, go swimming, you can find it all pretty easily.

      If you rented a car you could easily go around the whole island in around 4 hours. Of course practically you would be stopping to see some things along the way, but in theory a non stop drive would take you about this time, slightly less depending on traffic 🙂

      Thanks James, I appreciate your visit!


  2. Jay Mulban

    I’m yet to explore the Greek islands. I live in the UK so the journey wouldn’t take as long some other parts of the world I’ve travelled to. Last time I checked I think the plane journey was about 4 hours from London.

    40 to 45 degrees is sweltering. That’s warmer than Thailand!

    When would be the best month of the year to travel to Rhodes Island when the temperature isn’t too hot?

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey Jay, great to hear from you.

      I am also originally from the UK, Manchester to be exact, although I can see with some great honesty I do not miss it 🙂

      You are absolutely right too, If you fly to Rhodes from London Heathrow, Gatwick or Stanstead it is around the 4 hour mark to get here. For sure you can fly direct in the summer months from all of these UK locations too!

      I have a friend by the name of Nigel who lives here in Rhodes, he is actually from my local area back in Manchester (small world eh?), and he also goes to Thailand a lot in the winter months. I have never been there but he says it is amazing. Do you go there often?

      When it comes to Rhodes the temperatures vary naturally. From May and June it is a little more on the cool side, and this applies also from the middle of September until the end of October.

      If you come in July and August, this is when you will experience the most heat. There is more on The Climate Of Rhodes here.

      Thanks Jay, and hope this answers your queries. If you have something more, you know where I am!


  3. Jack Taylor

    Hi Chris,

    I love history and you are lucky enough to be living it.

    I always wanted to visit Greece. Even more so than ever after reading your articles. I saved you to my favorites so I can keep updated with your articles.

    I hope to visit Greece soon! Maybe even Rhodes itself!


    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey Jack and thanks for your comment here.

      I am of course happy you like the information on this site, and it is great that you have saved this site to your favorites. I am always adding new information, it is a regular and ongoing project, so lots more to come 🙂

      If you do manage to get things in place to make a visit, feel free to let me know!

      It will be my pleasure to offer you tips and some important information to help you along the way!

      Thanks Jack!


  4. Mallory

    After reading about the Island of Rhodes it makes me definitely want to go and visit.

    I like that you added the comment about the summers getting very hot because if I had not known that I would have most likely planned a summer vacation there.

    I would love to see more of the scenery! What time of year is the best to visit?

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hi Mallory, great to hear from you.

      Yes it does get very hot in the summer, sometimes to an uncomfortable level if you are not used to it. So if the high temperatures are not for you then try to avoid the months of July and August.

      May/June and September/October are more comfortable when it comes to the weather, and the sightseeing can be a lot better during these months.

      If you are a lover of the beach and the sun though, the high season is for you, but be warned the temperature can exceed 40 degrees Celsius.

      Thanks Mallory


  5. Carol Burns

    Hi Chris

    I found your article on Rhodes most informative and has ignited my desire to visit Greece, although I had not considered The Island of Rhodes before.

    Thank you for a great article, you have wet my appetite!

    • Hi Carol, I am happy you found the information here interesting 🙂

      Rhodes is a marvelous place to visit and it is good that your desire to visit (and Greece in general) is there.

      If you need any more information as you formulate your plans just let me know 🙂



  6. Good article.

    I’ve always wanted to visit Greece. It’s on my bucket list along with a few other countries. It not a question of if, just a question of when.

    Someday I WILL make it there and I will certainly keep your site in my mind as a reference guide when I finally do.

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey Mark and thanks for your visit.

      Let’s hope you do make it to Greece in the near future. It really is a magnificent place and one that you should certainly try to see 🙂

      My site is always developing so there is a lot more in the way of information coming, but if you need something that I have not yet covered on the site, feel free to contact me and I will happily offer you as much as you need 🙂

      Thanks Mark


  7. Marley Dawkins

    Great post Chris, i used to live in Greece when i was a kid, around the Athens area, so i had really never heard of Rhodes. But after reading this i definitely want to go back, i have lived in a few countries before, islands like Rhodes can easily be missed on a map.

    Does it have any connection historically with Rhodesia/Zimbabwe? Just wondering based on the similarity of names.

    Thanks for informing me about this anyway!

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hello there Marley and thanks for getting in touch!

      I have also visited Athens and I have to say I loved it. What made you move away all them years ago?

      You are right, when people think of Greece, they think of Athens, The Parthenon and The Acropolis. The islands can get overlooked sometimes which is a shame, as there are some real treats here for visitors.

      As for your question I am going to be completely honest and say I am not sure. There is not a connection that I am aware of, but you have got me curious, so I will do a bit of research.

      If I find something out I will let you know 🙂

      Thanks Marley


  8. Oliver

    Hey Chris,

    thank you for giving me a taste of Rhodes!

    I am planning a trip – my first trip actually – to Greece and I wasn’t quite sure where to visit. Rhodes is now definitely in my mind as a possible destination.

    I have a question; is Rhodes still traditional and Greek or did the tourism dictate the development of the island? I was kinda disappointed in Mallorca, as it is an island dominated by the tourism business. Hope this is not the case in Rhodes.

    Thank you! Take care!

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hi Oliver and thanks for getting in touch.

      It is great to hear that you have Rhodes on your list of places to see, it is a wonderful island and there is a lot to see and do.

      In answer to your question, there is a lot of tourism here. It is actually a good thing as the island (as does Greece in general) relies on tourism to survive.

      In the high season (July and August) the island is full with tourists, and the people go out of their way to accommodate them. It can get overwhelming yes, and sometimes during this period it can take away some of the historical feeling that you would get as opposed to the more quiet tourist period.

      If you like it quiet, with the opportunity to see things without the tourism dominating all the attractions, then June and September/October are great times to visit.

      It is not so busy then and you can maybe get more enjoyment from your stay. The weather is nice too during these months.

      Although the island is aimed at tourists, there are lots of places you can go which are off the tourist path. If you plan your visit I am happy to offer you more information regarding this.

      Hope this helps Oliver and if you need more, you know where I am 🙂



  9. W Tucker

    Congrats to you for a beautifully designed site. It’s very attractive and easy to find articles.

    I like the way you have organized the posts so that you can read a little bit and decide if you want to continue reading that article

    Nice photography, and the articles are very interesting. Before I visited your site, the only thing I knew about Rhodes was the Colossus of Rhodes. It’s one of those things you study in architecture school. Sorry it’s not still there to see!

    Again, you’ve done a great job with your site!

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey there and thank you for your kind words. It is nice to hear sometimes and always gives me a boost 🙂

      I will keep developing the site, so be sure to come back soon and let me know what you think of the updates 🙂

      Feedback is always appreciated 🙂



  10. Oh Yeah. Rhodes! The memories! The food! The girl’s! Take me back. I love that place. 

    All I need is board shorts, flip flops and a scooter. I recommend Greece to anyone who want;s to travel. It’s easy to get around from island to island too. 

    Go for May, the weather is still good but the big crowds haven’t arrived yet. 

    Love Love Love!

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hi there Dave, nice to see you and it is quite clear you have visited the islands of Rhodes before 🙂

      From your comment I can sense you have a pretty good time too. It is ice for someone to visit and back me up when it comes to explaining how amazing it is here 🙂

      When was your visit? 

      I agree, May is a good time to come. October is also nice to in all honesty. The weather at this time of year is very beautiful and most of the crowds have yet to come or have already left. August can be a little too hot sometimes and it can take some of the fun away from your holiday.

      Did you take a visit to the other islands too? I would love to know 🙂

      Thanks for getting in touch with me here Dave. Hope to see you back on the island soon!


  11. Matt's Mom

    Wow, the island of Rhodes gets pretty warm in the summer! Do they have any kind of trade winds to help keep it a bit cooler? 

    I am also curious about the beaches. Are there some good beaches to go to on the island? I love Rhodes and would really love to visit the island. It would be great if I can also hit the beach while I am there, my favorite past time 🙂

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey there Leahrae, back again eh? 🙂

      It can get very got on the island you are right. If you look at The Climate Of Rhodes page you will see more on the temperatures. Personally I like the hot weather, but if you are not used to it, it can prove to be quite irritating.

      It is always better to plan ahead and come at a time which is more comfortable for you. On saying that, there is a part on the island known as the windy side. It is on the North-West coast of the island. All the way from the tip of the island, heading down the west coast towards the airport gets a lot of nice cool breezes. These are most welcome in the height of the summer 🙂

      The East Coast can get excessively hot though. This summer (2017) temperatures hit 50 degrees Celsius and more. Certain areas in Lindos were closed to avoid people visiting and suffering with the heat. It is too much, and i would not recommend anyone to attempt walking around in this heat.

      There are a lot of nice beaches too Leahrae yes. On the East Coast you will be presented with many beaches to enjoy. There is Anthony Quinn Beach (of course named after the actor Anthony Quinn), there is Faliraki Beach, Afantou Beach and the best (in my opinion) being Tsampika Beach.

      All of them have beautiful water, nice sand and great facilities. I prefer Tsampika Beach due to its size. Sometimes the beaches can get quite busy and full, but due to the vast area of Tsampika Beach you can always find a nice spot to relax 🙂

      Hope this helps you out once more Leahrae and I am waiting for you in Rhodes 🙂


  12. Wow. I enjoyed reading the history of Rhodes. In fact I have to bookmark this and return later. Rhodes does seem to have a very deep fascinating history.

    I find your site very easy to navigate and get the information I am really interested in.

    I like to visit places and live somewhere, (as cheaply as possible,) where the real local people go. Touristy places do little for me. Do they do hostel / bed and breakfast type hotels?

    If the local musicians are friendly and I can play along a bit, gather a bit of local music culture, it would set the cap on a holiday there.

    Thanks for the great information.

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hello and thanks for passing by and leaving your thoughts. It is a pleasure to meet you.

      The history here on the island of Rhodes is indeed a very in depth subject. It dates back centuries, and in my opinion you could spend a whole lifetime studying it and still not get near to completion.

      It is wonderful and on every corner you will find something of interest. I am trying to cover as much as I can on this site, but it is working progress. It is great you have bookmarked me, as there is a lot more coming 🙂

      When it comes to the tourists and the tourist locations, I do not mind them. I appreciate they have come to see the island and its sites, and they are entitled to do so. I also agree that some places can be too “touristy” though.

      It is nice to occasionally go off the normal track and find the locals. If you go into some of the villages in the middle of the island, you will find exactly this. Great Greek cuisine, the local people and the actual way Greeks live can be witnessed. I personally love this.

      There are of course small bed and breakfast places you can stay. There are many in fact. It is not required that you stay in a 5 star all inclusive hotel. Sometimes the smaller places offer a nice personal service, something that you seldom receive in a huge hotel.

      As for the musicians, I know you can have a great time. I always remember a lovely restaurant/bar (Taverna) near to Ialysos and I became quite friendly with the guys working the band. I am a keen guitar player, and I asked them if I could play along with them.

      Greek music is quite fast thought at times, so it put me to the test (with a couple of mistakes). An experience I will not forget though 🙂

      Thanks for getting in touch… I hope to see you here again soon.


  13. My husband is Greek and has never been there. We will have to remember this post when we travel to Greece next year. 

    I do have some questions though! Is it pretty easy to get around the island if you only speak English? Is it easy to communicate with the locals or should you really have a strong Greek language base? 

    Thanks again!

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hi there Desiree and thanks for your questions.

      With your husband being Greek, does he speak the language? I would like to think so, as this of course will be of assistance if you visit Greece. I know there are a lot of people born to Greek parents outside of Greece, but have never visited Greece. They do not speak Greek at all too. 

      This surprised me to be honest as Greek people are very proud of their history and culture. Even children born outside of Greece normally have the Greek language grasped from a young age.

      With this in mind, it is not the end of the world either if you do not have the Greek language behind you. Most people here can communicate effectively in English (and other languages too) so you will not struggle too much.

      If I were you though, just try your hand in learning a few key phrases. Simple things like learning to say please and thank you, how much is this? etc. Of course it will help you, and it will show the Greeks you have made the effort, and they LOVE this. You will have a better experience because of it too 🙂

      Hope this helps you Desiree 🙂 and let me know if you need anything further.



  14. I really enjoyed how you go through the history and architecture of a travel destination that may not get as much attention as it should. 

    I was wondering if your considered giving the same treatment to other destinations? I’ve been looking to travel and haven’t found a lot of good information from people with first hand experience of the location I am looking to travel to. 

    All in all this was a great read. Thanks.

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hi Michael. I appreciate you getting in touch and you bring up a very good point here.

      One of the reasons I wanted to build this site was to help people. It became very obvious to me that if anybody went to Google and did a search for Rhodes they would be confronted by the following…

      Book your Holiday to Rhodes Here.

      Best Prices for Holidays In Rhodes.

      Book Your Hotel In Rhodes Now.

      Holidays in Rhodes.

      etc etc etc.

      You see, although all this is very exciting, and most people would love a holiday, not ALL people are searching for this alone. 

      I noticed there was very little in the way of good information all together aimed at this beautiful island explaining history, culture and some of the sites. There is a lot to see, a lot to learn and experience, and when I was doing my research, I did not find very much. So this is what prompted me to make this information.

      There is a lot more to Rhodes than having a holiday pushed in your face. Sometimes people simply want to read and learn something. Besides, why book a holiday to a place you know nothing about? As time goes on, I will be contacting some tour operators for best deals for my readers, but I am sure people will be more happy to book a vacation after reading and learning something.

      As you say, I think people will benefit from listening to someone with first hand experience that lives here and can help them. That’s me 🙂

      At the moment I am sticking to this project Michael. I do not plan to branch out to other places or countries. I do not think I would be able to offer the expertise in all honesty. I know a lot about Rhodes, and I am happy to share my knowledge – other places I am not so sure on.

      Thanks once again Michael, I am happy to meet you.


  15. What a beautiful place! I have always wanted to go to Greece and it’s on my list of places to visit. I think Rhodes would be a wonderful place to see. 

    It sounds like summer is not really the time to visit though. How do people make a living? Is it from tourism or something else? 

    I’d love more information and your article was great!

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey there, thanks for reading and for getting in contact.

      To be honest the summer time is when most people decide to visit. There are of course different options for you as the summer spans approximately 6 months, so depending whether you do not mind crowds or hot weather you can come when you like.

      The winter time is also an option. Many people do come for the peace and quiet and there is still enough going on for them to enjoy their stay. It is not as hot and there is minimal going on in the way of tourism during this period, but some people like it.

      It all depends on the way you see it 🙂

      The main source of income on the island is tourism yes, although people do have their own lines of work too.

      If you check out the Occupations In Rhodes section on this website, this will offer you a lot more information too.

      Let me know if you need something more, and thanks again for your visit and for your question.


  16. Thanks for the best guide to Rhodes. 

    The video and interactive pages/stories are great. I liked the story about The Colossus – as a tourist I would love to see it in its place, and it is sad to hear that it was destroyed centuries ago.

    Your guide made me think of visiting Rhodes, thank you once again. I will definitely remember website and visit it before I decide to fly to Greece.


    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hello there Andrey, I really appreciate your interest and it is nice to meet you.

      The Island Of Rhodes is full of history from start to finish, Of course though, The Colossus still stands as one of the focal points even long after its destruction. On saying that, a lot of people are still asking even today where on the island they can go to see it. They are left devastated when they learn of the earthquake that destroyed it all them years ago.

      There may be some luck in the future though. There are plans (at least at the discussion stage) to rebuild The Colossus. I have not heard any updates to this recently, but when I do I will put the information here on my website. So stay tuned 🙂

      Even without The Colossus, there is still a lot to soak up. There is an extensive history here – so you would not be disappointed with your visit 🙂

      Be sure to stay in touch with me Andrey, and Ill make sure you get all the information you need prior to you visiting!

      Thanks, and if you need something more feel free to drop me a line!


  17. This was a very enjoyable website to read. I learned a great deal of information by going through the links and videos. 

    The Island of Rhodes is so rich in history and culture and it truly seems there is just so many amazing things to do there! 

    What additional information do you plan on providing in the future?


    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hey there Yvette.

      Well you have hit the nail on the head for sure by understanding the culture and in depth history here. It dates back centuries and it is all here for you to see in its glory.

      You are quite right again too, there is lots to do here and lots to experience. 

      I am happy you have asked the question you have asked, as there is a lot more to undertake in Rhodes than simply going to the beach in the daytime and having a meal in the night.

      Although I am eager to get stuck into these finer details, my website here is still in its infancy (in my opinion). 

      As time goes on I will be (and I am in the process of) creating more information with regards to activities that can be undertaken here and also where you can stay.

      I will be going extensively into the hotels and making reviews and recommendations. I will be also reviewing the restaurants and some of the bars. I will also go into the different ‘fun in the sun’ activities. Things like the bottomless boat to Lindos, the Speed Boating, Kiting and Surfing, Snorkeling and much much more.

      I will also give some insight into the 9D cinema experience for The Throne Of Helios and talk about The Sound and Light Presentation. All good stuff to come 🙂

      There is more to do than you can ever imagine. There is no need for anyone to have a boring day here on the island of Rhodes.

      Stay tuned Yvette and ill be adding more information as fast as possible.

      Thanks for getting in touch!


  18. Wow, how beautiful the island is! Last time I visited Greece was 20 years ago. I flew from Istanbul to Athens and then headed for Santorini and some other island for couple days. I like Athens and the islands of Greece where I really felt relaxed and I definitely would like to visit again.

    There was not too much online information to introduce a place at that time. Your video has brought me back to historical events and people who live there. I hope to have a chance to visit Greece again soon (no matter whether on a business trip or for pleasure) and pay you a visit.

    How long it takes to fly from Athens to Rhodes? If I would like to go to Rhodes, I am supposed to reserve hotel on Agoda and HotelsDotCom or I can make a reservation on Airbnb as well?

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hello George. It is great to hear from you and thanks for passing by.

      I will admit I love the Greek Islands too, and I absolutely adored Athens when I was there. Such a magical place. 

      While you are in Greece, it is actually very easy to hop around the islands. There is a great boat service (Blue Star Ferries) that operates on a daily basis and it will also get you to and from the mainland. Not too expensive either in my opinion.

      When you last visited Greece, I see you mention that you managed to see the mainland and some other Greek Islands – was Rhodes one of them? If not, then I really recommend you get here on your next trip. It is an amazing place.

      When it comes to finding accommodation on the island of Rhodes, it is not too difficult.

      You can use the services that you mentioned – Hotelsdotcom, Airbnb etc, but there are other avenues too. The internet has made the world a small place, and if you simple Google “Best Hotels in Rhodes” you will be presented with endless choices.

      On saying that, I do have a lot of friends here and some of them run and manage apartments – I can always find you a good deal too if you ever need it 🙂

      Thanks once again for your visit George – It is much appreciated!


  19. I have wanted to go to Greece for some time now. The Mediterranean and Aegean Seas in particular. 

    The water seems so nice, and the weather looks to be tropical as you mentioned. There are so many islands in the region that it would be hard to learn about them all. 

    I am glad that I read this and learned more about at least one of them. I will be looking at visiting Rhodes if I ever make it to that part of the world. The history of the region is amazing. The architecture is beautiful and rich with history. Rhodes has a lot of history ( I read “The History of Rhodes Greece” as well). 

    Very cool.

    Thank you


    • Chris Towers Post author

      Jason, hi – really nice to hear from you. I appreciate you reading some of my information here and taking the time to get in touch!

      You are right, there are many islands spread throughout Greece. In actual fact there are approximately 6000 islands all together but only 227 of them have people residing on them. They are located throughout the Ionian and Aegean seas.

      Rhodes is actually the largest of the Dodecanese Islands and it is full with history. It is also one of the top tourist destinations in Europe.

      If you ever manage a visit to Greece I strongly recommend you see the island of Rhodes too. I know a lot of people make an effort to see Santorini, Kos and Crete, and often they miss out on Rhodes.

      Rhodes is an amazing island, and once you see it for yourself, you will never forget it.

      Thanks again Jason, it is great to meet you.


  20. Shirley LIbby

    Hi Chris, what a beautiful island!

    I don’t know a lot about Greece but have recently added it to my “want to go someday” list.

    This site has definitely helped me to raise this to the top of my list. The video is just beautiful! Thank you for all of the helpful information. I hope to be able to visit The Island of Rhodes in the future.

    • Hello Shirley. Thanks for getting in contact, it is really nice to hear from you.

      Greece is rich in history, customs and culture. If you do not know a lot about it, you are in for a really nice treat!

      Rhodes of course is only a very small part of Greece, but it has everything to offer.

      Whether you want to relax, go sightseeing or just have a nice time, there is something for you in Rhodes.

      I am still developing more information which is constantly being added, so be sure to call back for all the latest information.

      I hope you get to visit soon Shirley.



  21. Hi Chris, this is really a great article about Rhodes.

    I am from Israel, and I know many Israelis go to Rhodes, since it’s also very close, and the flight is cheap. But I actually have never visited there. 

    Now you made me want to go there as well!! It really looks amazing. 

    Have you ever visited Israel?

    • Chris Towers Post author

      Hello there Anna and greetings to you there in Israel.

      Absolutely right, thousands of people from Israel flood the island of Rhodes every summer. They seem to love it here. So make sure you are one of them in the future 🙂

      As you say, it is not very far away. I think it is approximately a 1 hour flight only, and yes, I think the prices are very reasonable too.

      I have actually made some very nice friends from Israel while they have been here on holiday. I am yet to visit there though.

      I really should too. Everyone I have ever met from Israel have told me how amazing and beautiful it is. I definitely need to get there. 

      Nice to meet you Anna. Keep in touch!


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