Not to be missed in Rhodes
First rule: do not take anything for granted. If you decide to visit Rhodes, or spend a holiday on the most famous island of the Dodecanese, you will surely have read a lot of advice, reviews and feedback. You will have a full immersion in a lot of online guides (yes, of course, as this one, why not), and you will have tried to inform you by friends, relatives and acquaintances, who have already been there. Here we tell you: you did well. But we want to give you another piece of advice: of all you have read and heard, make it treasure. But then start from scratch.
Blank slate, or almost. Just try to write down everything that may interest you the most, maybe take a reminder of what to visit or the best way (always according to you) to spend your stay on the island, but then, when you arrive, live your holiday as if every day and every place visited was a discovery.
Only in this way will you have the opportunity to move from the Old Town to the New Market, from the seafront beaches to the hinterland, from Lindos to the Butterfly Valley, from the Acropolis to Anthony Quinn’s Bay (and these are just a few examples of what you can see) making your personal background of experiences, emotions and memories.
Rhodes, and everything that revolves around this island, is a world that should be experienced not only as a holiday destination, but it is a universe to visit far and wide, high and low, for the simple fact that it contains really exceptional places, that is worth visiting. Not to mention the many unmissable excursions to the nearby islands, or in the heart of Greece, or even to the coasts of the neighboring Turkey, perhaps using Rhodes as a real point of support to prolong your holidays.
Because basically every holiday is a world in itself, and everyone can live it on his own way. This is why the advice we want to give you is above all to “let you go”. Listen to all the travel tips, even our own if you want, but then live your adventure in your own way. Without ever looking back, and with your eyes on that unmissable sunset over the sea, with your feet inside the water of the Aegean sea and the thoughts on the horizon.