Rhodes for children - amusement park and ostrich farm

Rhodes holidays with children Rhodes is a great place to relax with children. A pleasant climate, good beaches, hotels with infrastructure for children - all this makes Rhodes attractive for families.
For adults, the island has many entertainment and pastime options.
But Rhodes has something to offer to its little guests.

Entertainment in Rhodes

Entertainment in Rhodes photo  If this is not your first time in Rhodes…
  If you have already traveled to all its sights…
  If you lie quietly on the beach or by the pool, it’s not for you…

 Then here are more options for what you can do in Rhodes.

There is a lot to do and see in Rhodes!

Photo Rhodes coast
  The island of Rhodes is a great place to relax. Whether it's a relaxing holiday in one of the cozy hotels in Rhodes, an active holiday in Prasonisi or a holiday with children - there is a place for everyone in Rhodes!
  The variety of beaches and the beauty of landscapes, architectural monuments and natural beauties cannot leave indifferent visitors to the island of Rhodes. 

Landmarks of Rhodes. What to see? - Castle Monolithos. Mussolini's cottage.

What to see Rhodes Monolithos
 In the south-west of the island of Rhodes, 73 km from the city of Rhodes and 30 km from Prasonisi, there is a cozy little town of Monolithos with narrow streets and white stone houses. The main attraction of this area is the medieval Venetian castle, located on the top of a mountain about 250m high. The castle is also called Monolithos (Monolithos). 

Landmarks of Rhodes. What to see? - Valley of the Seven Springs. Church of St. Nicholas

sights of Rhodes what to see
In the central part of the island of Rhodes there is a small but very beautiful church of St. Nicholas , built in the 15th century.
Absolutely the entire church of St. Nicholas inside is painted with original frescoes of the 15th century.
And not far from the city of Lindos there is  the Valley of the Seven Sources , so named precisely because in one place just these 7 sources beat out of the ground. 

Landmarks of Rhodes. What to see? - Lindos. Acropolis. St. Paul's Bay

 Landmarks of Rhodes.  What to see?  - Lindos.  Acropolis.  St. Paul's BayThe most beautiful bay of St. Paul, which is located next to the "White Village" of Lindos, is a favorite place for both tourists and local Greeks.

Equipped beaches, crystal clear water and magnificent landscapes are far from all that Lindos and its surroundings can please.

Landmarks of Rhodes. What to see? - Prasonisi

Landmarks of Rhodes.  What to see?  Prasonisi (Rhodes, Greece)
 Prasonisi is thesouthernmost point of the island, a unique placewheremeet- the Mediterranean and the Aegean. Are there many places on earth where you, while relaxing on the beach and basking in the rays of the sun, can choose which of the two seas you want to swim in for the next 15 minutes? JHere in Rhodes you have just this amazing opportunity! 

Landmarks of Rhodes. What to see? - Old city

Sights of Rhodes what to see Old TownBe sure to visit the capital of the island - the city of the same name Rhodes , which is located in the north of the island. The most interesting part of it is the Old City, Old Town.
It is surrounded by high fortress walls, and
the entrance is located between two huge towers. 
There are several entrances to the Old City, but the port gates, which are located opposite the seaport, are considered the main ones.

Hotels for families with children in Rhodes

Lindos Princess Hotel Rhodes Greece The Greek island of Rhodes is a great place to relax.
Lush lush greenery, pine forests, crystal clear waters, a variety of wide beaches and cozy bays.
And rest on Rhodes gives an amazing opportunity to visit two seas at once!
The northwestern coast of the island is washed by the Aegean Sea , and the southeastern coast by the Mediterranean .
And here there are some peculiarities.

Beaches and resorts of Rhodes

Map of Rhodes, beaches of Rhodes Rhodes is rightfully considered the pearl of the Mediterranean. 
Even compared to the rest of Greece, Rhodes stands out for its wealth of natural beauty and archaeological treasures. It was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The island is washed by two seas at once - in the northwest the Aegean and in the southeast the Mediterranean .
The western part of the island has pebbly beaches and constant waves, while the eastern part is sand and calm water. 

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