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      Flights to Rhodes: sun, sea and myths

      Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, is everything you’d want from a beach destination. On the island, you’ll find intriguing ancient remnants, wild pinewood forests inland and, of course, a wonderful coastline.

      Miles-long beaches and lush green valleys.

      Rhodes is a popular beach destination and it’s easy to see why. With an uninterrupted line of golden sand, there is bound to be a spot for every beach lover.
      If you feel like lazing in the sun with a good book, or if you’re looking for a family-friendly beach, you’ll be spoiled for choice! Lindos Beach, Faliraki Beach and Tsambika Beach are but a few examples of where you’d love to relax. For an action-packed day at the beach, head to the southernmost tip of the island for windsurfing or kitesurfing.

      If you’ve grown tired of the beach, you can cool off at Seven Springs. Even in the heat of summer, the lush forests around the springs offer enough shade to cool down in. Another natural phenomenon that is a must-see is Petaloudes Valley, also known as the valley of butterflies. Because of its large population of tiger moths, this valley offers quite a unique hiking experience.


      The ancient and traditional Rhodes

      Walk through ancient history in Rhodes.

      During the Classical era, Rhodes was known for its arts and culture. It was even home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: the Colossus of Rhodes. This 33-metre tall statue - that’s about the height of the Statue of Liberty - of the Titan, Helios, once stood at the harbour of Rhodes. Sadly, the Colossus was destroyed during an earthquake in 226 BC. However, many other remnants of ancient Rhodes can still be found in the city centre and at archaeological sites like the acropolis of Lindos.

      In medieval times, Rhodes was occupied by crusader knights who rebuilt large parts of the city. The cobbled streets of Rhodes’ Old Town (a UNESCO World Heritage City) and the Palace of the Grand Master, a rare example of Gothic architecture in Greece, are some of the reminders of this important era.