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Whether you’re the kind of holiday-goer who wants to just lounge around and lap up the waves at Tsambika Beach or are keen to become a history buff and visit the likes of the Monastery Tsambika or Acropolis of Rhodes, Rhodes is a fascinating place to visit.
We love this holiday destination because it has something for everyone and is ideal if you love splitting your time between activity-filled days and chilling out by the pool.
When you’re staying at Kamari Beach Resort, you’ll want to know exactly what should be on your itinerary. Here, in our opinion, are some of the top things to do in Rhodes.
With our resort based near the main road on the island, it makes a perfect hub for anyone looking to visit any of the many historic sites. You can see ruins, old temples and medieval walls.
When looking for things to do in Rhodes Town, it is perfect for anyone who prefers to get up, get out and explore as much as possible when on holiday, Rhodes is like one big playground. The island has lots of lovely little spots to seek out if you want to go for a hike, cycle, dip in the water or go running.
The Valley of the Butterflies located 47km from Kamari Beach Resort is a beloved natural attraction. During the summer months, expect to see trees covered with butterflies and small waterfalls dotted all around the park.
For anyone who really likes a rewarding hike, going up Attavyros is a great test, with good walking shoes, plenty of water and sunscreen (as there is no shadow) it offers the most rewarding view in all of Rhodes.
With Kamari Beach being one of our top family holiday resorts, you never have to worry about a dull day for the family in Rhodes. As well as childcare, a children’s playground and clubs for ages 2-17, there are family activities on the island that can add a little more fun.
Rhodes Toy Museum will be a trip down memory lane for parents able to show kids what they played with when they were young and there wasn’t a tablet in sight.
The water park in Faliraki is enormous and is the kind of place you spend all day. It has a dedicated section with children’s slides and 5 family slides.
When the sun sets it doesn’t mean that’s the day done.
Nightlife in Rhodes is mostly up in the north of the island. Rhodes Town, along with Ixia, has nights out ranging from date night at a quiet restaurant down by the water to getting a special cocktail made at the large circular bar at Ronda for sunset. One of the livelier hotspots around town is Macao Lounge Bar, known for their courtyard bar and locally inspired cocktails.