Rhodes is situated in the south east of the Aegean Sea and it is known
as 'the island in the sun'. Steeped in history with some fascinating ancient
sites and the stunningly beautiful capital of Rhodes Town, the oldest
inhabited, medieval town in Europe. The island has a population of around 90,000
and hosts more than 1,250,000 visitors a year.
The natural beauty of the island and its monuments from her long and often
turbulent history all captivate visitors, as well as the warm hospitality
generously offered by the people of Rhodes. The Castle and the valley of
butterflies are just some of its many attractions.
The island has almost continual sunshine - an average 300 days of sunshine
per year- a mild climate make the island suitable for visiting at any