Rhodes (Rodos in Greek), the beautiful island of roses, has unique physical scenery that never ceases to amaze and impress its many visitors. Rhodes presents traces of various cultures and civilizations, offering the holidaymaker a great variety of historic sites, leisure activities all enjoyed with beautiful sunny days, blue seas and plenty of relaxation. The climate on Rhode is also unique with more sunny days than any other place in Europe. With practically zero crime rate and friendly and hospitable people you'll be surprised how easy life in Rhodes can be. Visit the Medieval Town of Rhodes, the largest active medieval town in Europe, walk along the unique Street of the Knights, stop by the Palace of the Grand Masters and marvel at its monuments. Experience the variety of day trips available like the ancient village of Lindos, the valley of the butterflies and the picturesque Island of Symi.
Rhodes resort grounds offer plenty of relaxation and entertainment options accompanied by a wide range of activities. Hilton Rhodes Resort is unrivalled as a destination offering all the aspects of the perfect holiday. Just 4 km from Rhodes town center, Hilton Rhodes Resort has an attractive setting in Iallysos Bay. There's easy access by tunnel to the beach, and a choice of three swimming pools and a great range of water sports. The resort offers traditional rooms in cool, calm tones with sliding patio door windows. There's a desk, 25-inch TV and marble bathroom. Special touches include mineral water.
If you desire to party-till-dawn, Faliraki, Rhodes is the best place when it come to entertainment and nightlife. Faliraki offers a great variety of options to satisfy every lifestyle. It's impressive nightlife is famous throughout the entire island for it's ability to meet every visitor's requirements and musical inclinations. You can find plentiful bars and pups along Faliraki's main street, where enjoyment last until early hours, or you can visit a nightclub to dance the night away.
Faliraki is the most famous beach of the Rhodes Island. It is the most developed and the most cosmopolitan. The beach is fully organized with sun beds and umbrellas. Many water sports can be practiced there: water-skiing, wind surfing and so on. The area of Faliraki proposes many tavernas and accommodations.
Faliraki was established in the late sixties, with just a couple of small beach tavernas, catering mainly to the few Greek visitors and fishermen. Until the end of the sixties, Faliraki was just another agricultural area, well known for the superb tasting grapes, figs and tomatoes and the fresh fish.
Today Faliraki is the largest and the most popular Rhodes resort. It is located at the north east part of Rhodes, about 14 km from the city of Rhodes and about 10km from the airport. The beautiful resort area is part of the Kalithies village, which is about 1km away.
The bay of Kathara, next to Faliraki Beach, nearby the small fishing harbor is just the right place for those who wish to be in a more quite and less crowded environment. Pamper yourself in one of Rhodes' resorts!