We offer you a drive through the mountains of the island! We have a full day planned off-roads for you to enjoy while on holiday. It will be bumpy, there will be dust and you may get wet. We will drive through the mountains, pass small villages, go through a riverbed, enjoy nature and have a lot of fun. One or twice for a drink, for our Picnic (just order it on the way) and we will go swimming at a nice beach.
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We drop anchor at the three most beautiful bays for swimming, snorkeling (equipment provided), sunbathing and relaxing, each for an hour and more to enjoy the sea with your friends and family!
You will have the experience of the crystal blue, transparent sea of the east coast of Rhodes! Floating toys, pool noodles etc. are available for our guests.
The first one is Kallithea springs, an ancient therapy spa, then the Caves of Traganou in Afantou beach where you can snorkel inside the rock formations and the last one is Anthony Quinn bay a fantastic picturesque pirate shelter with rich underwater life.
Lunch buffet with Mediterranean, seafood flavors with lots of vegetarian dishes, is prepared fresh on board for you. The crew will keep filling up your glass while the music plays with chilled wine, cold beers and refreshments during the whole cruise.
Seven Springs offers a cool, magical landscape, a real oasis, swamped in greenery. Waters come out from the springs all year around, which end up in a small lake. You get to the lake walking through a narrow tunnel of 186m.
Lindos is one of the most popular locations in Greece because of the relax atmosphere, the friendly inhabitants and the lovely sandy beaches. During your stay to Lindos you can explore the village strolling through the small narrow streets dotted with wonderful souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants. If you prefer ancient sites, visit the Acropolis is a must! The view from the top is breathtaking!
Winery in Rhodes follows a tradition of 2,400 years! A story from those early days tells how the Cretans, jealous of Rhodes fame for High quality wine, copied Rhodian amphorae in an attempt to pass off their own wine as Rhodian.Rhodians to eliminate poorer quality grapes, vineyards on the Lindos side of the island, where the climate is too hot and dry, were destroyed and growing in now concentrated on the western side, around the village of Embona.Here many small vineyards are located in specific cooler microclimates where granite stones in the soil help by increasing humidity which in turn improves the flavors.Athiri, a very old local variety of white grape, is grown in vineyards on lower slopes below Embona while mountain regions produce a better quality of Red grape.
kariba-travel-map The Waterpark is the biggest in Europe and the first to arrive on the island of Rhodes.Is great attraction for kids and fun place for visit. Located in the island’s most popular resort Faliraki. The Waterpark will offer remarkable and spectacular rides, unique splash pools and water slides. There is free transfer to the Waterpark and back every hour.
Duration: Full day (09.00 am to 19.00 pm)
Guide: No guide
Meals & Drinks: Not included in program
Transfer Services: Free of charge from the city center
Entrance Fee: Included in program
Tips: Comfortable shoes, Swimsuit, Beach towel, Hat, Sun protection, Cameras for photos.
Toddlers 0-3 years old 0€ – Tiny People 3-12 years old 16€ – Big People 12+ years old 24€
High Season JUN JUL AUG 9:30-19:00 and Low Season MAY SEP OCT 9:30-18:00
Rhodes has a long history of pottery going back many centuries at least to the time of the ancient cities. Replicas of designs produced in those times are still been manufactured today together with new modern designs in a younger generation.Vivid colours, especially blue, feature strongly as do certain motifs which are uniquely Rodian, the pomegranate flower and the stylized deer.The island has many ceramic factories selling hand painted pottery, typically vases, plates and ash trays which are a favourable souvenir item bought by our visitors in Rhodes.One of the first manufacturers of Greek pottery was IKAROS which began in the early 1900’s. The factory was originally a school (IKAROS, International Ceramic Arts). Owned by Mr Hadjicontantis, who was devoted to his profession and truly loved making pottery which was obvious in his works, he produced a vast number of valuable pieces. There is still a great deal of public interest in his collection even today that you can find them sold even in the E-Bay!