For our holiday we chose the beautiful Greek island of Rhodes. But how do we get there? Rhodes is an island, so we have two transport options - by air or by sea.
When we say "transport on the island of Rhodes", several things may come to mind. Firstly, we can probably think about what means of transport we can use to get around the island. First of all, there is public bus transport, taxis or a rented car or moped. If we opt for a car, other questions arise: What are the basic road rules in Greece? And what are the roads like in Rhodes? Read on.
The cuisine you can find on Rhodes is basically the same as the cuisine you can find on the other Greek islands. The main ingredients used by the Greeks in the preparation of their food are olive oil, tomatoes, garlic, sheep and goat cheese, lamb, goat and chicken meat and, above all, lots of seasonal vegetables and various herbs.
The nature on Rhodes is very beautiful and especially in spring, the island abounds in greenery and colourful flowers - it is also called the "pink" or "hibiscus" island. All over the island, you will find beautiful mature palm trees, flowering cacti and succulents, wild roses, dense olive groves and many other different plants and flowers. Hidden among them, the "dragon of Rhodes" may be lurking.
Are you tempted to pack your bags and to change your surroundings? How about the island of Rhodes... But what's the weather like there today? And what will it be like in the next few days? Check out the weather forecast for two of the most popular Rhodian resortsÂ - Rhodes and Lindos.
Diagoras Airport is the main airport on the island of Rhodes. It began operating in 1977 as a replacement for the obsolete airport near the village of Pastida and is one of the largest airports in Greece.
Are you a lover of the beautiful Greek island of Rhodes, its history and the most beautiful Rhodesian towns and villages? Perhaps you've wondered where their names come from. Here you will find the most interesting ones.
Rhodes beaches cover almost the entire length of the coastline, which is just under 250 km. The beaches are divided into the east and west coasts of the island. The underlined names of the beaches refer to their detailed descriptions in separate articles.