6. Admire the Landscape of Lindos
Lindos is considered as one of the best archaeological sites on the island of Rhodes. It offers a dramatic and charming natural landscape perfectly matched by the picturesque quality of a modern town. The Acropolis has the most significant archaeological monuments, but other points in town also offers interesting sights and ruins. Paying a visit to Lindos is one of the most popular things to do in Rhodes Island.
7. Enter the Gates of the Medieval City Of Rhodes
The Old or Medieval Town of Rhodes is known as the oldest inhabited European town. There are several gates into this old city, but the most recommended one to first entry is the Liberty (Eleftheria) Gate that leads to the Simi Square (Plateria Simi). The Square houses the Temple of Venus.
8. Get Amazed With the Medieval Castle of the Village Of Monolithos
The medieval castle is the village’s main attraction and it offers the serene sea and the fragrant of the wild herbs. The Church of Agios Panteleimon stands within the walls of the castle and below it is a beautiful stone building that has a small cafe.
9. Taste Free Wine
A visit to Emponas is a must-do activity in Rhodes. This place is known as Rhode Island’s wine capital. Emponas has several family-owned wineries that offer free wine tasting for their visitors.
10. Enjoy the Sun, Sand and Water-sports
Since Rhodes is a Greek island, you shouldn’t miss out of some of the most basic beach activities like basking in the sun, swimming in the sea, playing on the sand and engaging in water-sports. Some of the places that offer the best beaches this side of Greece include; Lindos, Afandou, Tsampika, Kolymbia and Faliraki.
These are just 10 of the most popular things to do in Rhodes Island. There are many more. But we are sure you will love the ones mentioned here.