Rhodes Old Town is surely the main attraction of the island. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the best preserved and most extensive medieval towns in Europe. As you wander from the bus station, and over the outer wall and moat, it’s like stepping back in time and reliving all your childhood dreams of being a knight and attacking exotic castles in distant lands. It is also the location of many monuments and several museums.
Medieval City, the Acropolis of Rhodes, Palace of the Grand Master of Knights, Rhodes Jewish Synagogue, Kallithea Springs, Lindos Acropolis, Lindos village, St. Paul bay, Tsambika beach, Water Park in Faliraki, Archeological Museum of Rhodes, Monolithos Castle, Ancient Kamiros, Prasonisi, Profitis Illias, Anthony Quiin bay, Butterfly Valley, Afandou Golf Club, Turkish Hamam, Casino of Rhodes.