: As the largest of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes has a selection of options for your stay. But where should you choose?
The island offers something for everyone, so it's important you do your research to discover where exactly would be the best place for your stay.
If you're looking to flop on the beach all day and party all night, a resort like Faliraki should tick all the boxes. Bar Street and Club Street with their numerous nightspots should give you more than enough selection for the entirety of your holiday!
Traditional Lindos is a beautiful whitewashed town which retains a timeless Greek feel. Rooftop eateries, bars and shops abound, and it is here that you can also visit the fifth century Acropolis at the top of a hill. Marvel at the imposing ancient architecture that stands at the top of the hill overlooking the town below.
Nearby Pefkos is a quieter option boasting a stunning beach, restaurants and bars and a laidback pace.
Rhodes Town is another option for those looking for a destination with a historic feel - and as the oldest medieval town in Europe you won't go far wrong choosing here for your stay. The ancient wall which surrounds the city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and in the evening you will be able to enjoy traditional Greek food in one of the many tavernas.
If you're a sporty type and looking to try out some watersports on holiday, Kalithea and Prasonisi on the west coast offer surfing, scuba diving and jet-skiing.
There are numerous other options for your stay on Rhodes in areas such as Trianda, Petaloudes, Haraki, Ixia and Kremasti. With so much selection it will be easy for you to find the right type of accommodation at the right price.