Colossus of Rhodes

Prenota un hotel a Rodi Colossus of Rhodes The famous Colossus of Rhodes (305 BC), one of the Seven Wonders of the World, was a statue of Helios, the God of the sun, in cast bronze and silver: it was...

Hamam (Turkish bath) in Rhodes

The Turkish baths were built by Mustapha Pasha in 1765. For decades it was an important spot of relaxation for the eastern nobility while now they are used by Greeks, tourists and the Turkish minorit...
Moschea di Solimano il Magnifico

Mosque of Suleiman the Magnificent in Rhodes

The pink mosque was built in 1522 to commemorate the victory of the Sultan on the Knights. Rebuilt in 1808, it remains one of the main places of the city. Its superb but unsafe minaret was removed in...

Rejep Pasha Mosque in Rhodes

Built in 1588, is the most extraordinary of the 14 or more mosques of the old city. It contains the tomb of Pasha and presents an imposing dome, a fountain and delicate minarets. The small Byzantine ...

Aghios Marcos in Rhodes

Aghios Marcos in Rhodes Byzantine chapel in the north-west side of the old town. Once upon a time it was the private chapel of the Grand Master. It’s really impressive with its garden with orange tre...

Grand Master’s Palace in Rhodes

A fortress within a fortress, this was the residence of the 19 Grand Masters of the Knights’ Order but also shelter for the population in times of danger. Built in the fourteenth century, it has surv...

Monolithos – Rhodes

The only recommended beaches on the west coast, the most exposed to waves, are the sandy coves that are located 5 km from the castle of Monolithos. Frequented by naturists, these inlets are rich lime...