Bathed by the crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea, this Greek island is famous for its beaches. The Old Town is the largest medieval city in Europe and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Start discovering Rhodes in its most iconic location: the Street of the Knights. Considered the best preserved medieval street in Europe, it is in the heart of the Old Town, with the houses of the Knights of the Order of Saint John distributed along a beautiful 200-metre cobbled street. Nearby are the Palace of the Grand Master, the Archaeological Museum and the Clock Tower. A walk through the island’s old Jewish quarter and a view of the imposing synagogue is also an experience in Rhodes you must not miss. On the coast, Fort Saint Nicholas is the most iconic building in the port. The calm and crystal-clear waters off beaches such as Kato Petres and Agathi are ideal for scuba diving.