We find ourselves in the Greek archipelago of islands in the Dodekanese Island of Rhodes. Historically, Rhodes was famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Today Rhodes is mainly a tourist destination.

Rhodes (Greek: Ρόδος, Ródos) is an island in Greece, located in the eastern Aegean Sea. It is the largest of the Dodecanese islands in terms of both land area and population, with a population of 115,490 (2011 census) and also the island group's historical capital. Administratively the island forms a separate municipality within the Rhodes regional unit, which is part of the South Aegean region. The principal town of the island and seat of the municipality is Rhodes. The city of Rhodes had 50,636 inhabitants in 2011. It is located northeast of Crete, southeast of Athens and just off the Anatolian coast of Turkey. Rhodes nickname is The island of the Knights.

The island has been known as Ρόδος in Greek throughout its history. In addition, the island has been called Italian: Rodi, Turkish: Rodos, and Ladino: Rodi or Rodes.

Rhodes has a hot-summer Mediterranean climate.



Diagoras Airport, arrivals terminal.
Rhodes has three airports but only one is public. Diagoras Airport, one of the biggest in Greece, is the main entrance/exit point for both locals and tourists. The island is well connected with other major Greek cities and islands as well as with major European capitals and cities via charter flights.


"MS Thomson Majesty" at the harbour of Rhodes.

The Kameiros Skala Dock.

Rhodes has five ports, three of them in Rhodes City, one in the west coast near Kamiros and one in east coast near Lardos.

Road network
The road network of the island is mostly paved and has four major arteries.


Bus services are handled by two operators.

Cars and motorbikes
Families in Rhodes often own more than one car, along with a motorbike. Traffic jams are common particularly in the summer months. The island is served by 450 taxis.

Lindos - A National Treasure

Lindos is one of the most popular destinations in the Mediterranean, dominated by the magnificent Ancient Acropolis with breathtaking views over the enchanting village and beautiful bays. Τhis ancient temple can be reached on foot or by Lindian taxi - yes the donkey!

Lindos village is a national treasure and a preserved area, influenced by Byzantine, Roman, and Middle Eastern cultures, with some of the buildings dating back as far as the 15th century with their distinctive facades, traditional mosaic floors ('chochlaki') and colourful courtyards these white washed houses, line the maze of cobbled streets and alleyways winding the way up to the Ancient Acropolis and down to the beautiful Lindos bay.

Lindos is a cosmopolitan tourist destination with busy souvenir shops, lively cafes, excellent restaurants, a vibrant nightlife and soft sandy beaches and St. Pauls Bay one of the most popular wedding venues in Europe.

Rhodes - Blessed with nature

When Gods were sharing out the world, Helios the God of Sun, saw an island rising in all its beauty from the depths of the Aegean blue waters. He asked Zeus to give it to him, and Helios named it Rhodes, after his beloved. Locals worshiped their God, and he bestowed on them his light and warmth with over 300 days of sunshine each year.
Rhodes is blessed by Nature with a unique variety of landscapes and colours: The gold of its beaches, the blue of its crystal clear sea and the sky, the green of its quiet hills and valleys. The charms of Nature are complemented by the locals: Sincere and hospitable, warm-hearted and faithful to their traditions but always ready for anything new, the Rhodians love their island and make others love it too!The geographical location and, of course its beauty, has made Rhodes a target for many aspiring empires over the years, which left behind varying distinctive landmarks, resulting in an unrivaled resort that combines the cosmopolitan life of Europe, with the mysteries of the East.
Apart from the excellent weather conditions, the unique beaches and the crystal clear sea, there are many unique landmarks on Rhodes like the unique Medieval Old Town, designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the village of Lindos, one of the most picturesque locations in Greece, the eco-park of the Valley of the Butterflies that attracts thousands of butterflies and the Seven Springs with seven trickling streams that flow into a lake.
But what is most appealing about Rhodes is the harmonious blend of Greek culture and hospitality, combined with a more relaxed lifestyle. And when it is needed, the modern world and its amenities are literally just round the corner.

Rhodes New Marina

Rhodes’ New Marina is expected to attract 20.000 visitors with yachts alone during the summer season; this state of the art Marina will have the capacity of over 400 vessels including the new mega yachts. It is scheduled to open June 2011 and it will be fully operational from 2012.

There will be onshore facilities open to yacht owners and visitors, including a shopping centre, restaurants, cafes, a gym, a spa and swimming pool, a conference centre, green areas and a landscaped promenade along the main pier as well as a sailing club and VIP suites to rent.

Also, the latest technology has been used for the control center with access to high speed broadband and triple play services including Internet, IP telephony and IPTV.

Additionally the new ring road is being constructed and will connect the islands only International Airport to the new Marina (already 70% completed).

Water Park Faliraki Rhodes

The largest water park in Europe is located along the East coast on the outskirts of Faliraki and is a must visit for fun lovers of all ages!

Opening hours early season are from 09.30hrs -18.00hrs and in full season 09.30hrs -19.00hrs.

The admission fee is 0-3years free of charge, Children 3-12 - 15€ 12years and adults 20€.

Offering more than 20 rides including, thrill rides for those not faint at heart!  Including the adrenaline rush Kamikaze slide, Turbo slide and Space bowl and Free fall slides, including the Mat racer, the Black hole and the Sting Ray, with rides for those who prefer to take it easy on the lazy river, the wave pool and the Jacuzzi pool.

Not forgetting our young visitors, the park offers a complete area for children only attractions including a Tarzan pool, tipping bucket and pirate ship, children’s slides and a wet bubble.

The water slides are supervised by professionally trained life guards and pool safety rules are strictly enforced.

With several food and beverage outlets serving fresh snacks and meals, hamburgers, hot-dogs, pizzas, as well as salads, sandwiches, donuts, ice creams and bars serving cold drinks, milkshakes, cocktails and beers.

The sun beds and umbrellas are free and are located in gardens surrounding the rides.

Throughout the park are numerous toilets facilities, showers and changing facilities as well as lockers and telephones, a medical centre a free shuttle bus operates within the park.

There is a souvenir shops which stocks sun creams, swim wear, food and beverages.

The park is easy accessible with a free bus service from, Mandraki harbour and now from Gennadi Pefkoi and Kolymbia.
For those who prefer to drive there is a large free car park.



Contact Info

Gennadi Village

85109 Rhodes, Greece

P. Greece: +30 69442 98913

E: info@gennadidreams.gr

E: gennadidreams@gmail.com

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