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The unique blend of medieval influence and Greek culture makes Rhodes Island a must visit destination.
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Discovering Rhodes: Greece's Captivating Island

Rhodes, the largest of the twelve Dodecanese islands, is located on the eastern edge of the Aegean. The medieval city of Rhodes is located on the northern coast of the island and is well-preserved. The northern and eastern coastlines are lined with high-rise hotels, while the island's other shores are dotted with small villages and resorts. Whether you're interested in beaches, bars, or ancient sites, Rhodes has an abundance of all three. If you're looking for a taste of authentic Greece, head to the hilly interior of the 50-mile-long island.

The Island is a unique destination that blends strong medieval influences with traditional Greek culture. The island's natural beauty is also stunning, with beaches facing pine forests on the mountainsides, mountain villages overlooking seaside towns, and a mix of archaeological sites, medieval monuments, and cosmopolitan resorts arranged in traditional styles. Even the most discerning traveler will find it hard to resist Rhodes' charm. The island's history is equally fascinating, with twists and turns that date back centuries. Rhodes reached its peak during the 4th century BC when Charis from Lindos, a student of renowned sculptor Lysippos, created the famous Colossus of Rhodes – a gigantic statue that still captures the imagination to this day. Throughout the years, each conqueror left a lasting impression on Rhodes, resulting in a rich and diverse history that is waiting to be explored.

Rhodes is a mosaic of experiences, from the island of knights to the legendary Colossus of Rhodes. The influence of Byzantines, Greeks, Venetians and Turks is still visible, adding to the island's rich heritage. You can find luxury resorts and charming villages where bread is still baked in outdoor wood-fired ovens. All of these elements come together to create a truly unforgettable experience.

The island's habitat largely falls under the Eumeditteranean vegetation zone, thanks to its Mediterranean climate. The island is home to a mix of unique forests, including Turkish Pine trees and Mediterranean Cypress trees, Pistacia trees, and kermes oak. In addition to olive groves, the coastal areas are dominated by cedar trees. Among the island's unique plant species, the oriental sweetgum stands out.

Rhodes is a beach-lovers paradise, with dozens of "Blue Flag" beaches that cater to all tastes, from isolated and famous to sandy and pebbly, with emerald waters that are either deep or shallow. Whether you're looking for a relaxing family holiday or seeking an adrenaline-pumping sea sports adventure, the island has it all. Rhodes is an island that seamlessly blends cosmopolitan and traditional elements, timelessness and modernity, simplicity and grandeur. Prepare to uncover all of its many faces.

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