Rodini Park

Rodini Park

The Rodini Park is a paradise, located on Rhodes Lindos Avenue, 3 kilometers from Rhodes Town. It is one of the oldest parks in the world and known for its lush and diverse vegetation. The bridges, the wonderful trails and the ponds filled with water lilies, make up the idyllic landscape filled with rare plants and small zoo. The peacocks, moving freely around, are an added attraction for visitors.
There is a café at the park.
Free access
Address: Rhodes- Lindos Avenue, Rodini, Rhodes 85100, Greece
Telephone Number: +30 22410 73077


The Source in Fasouli Psinthos

Coming from Kalithea Village, at the junction, following the road to Psinthos Village, you will find Source Fasouli. There, you can enjoy a natural environment, centered round a stream, rich in hydrophilic vegetation and tall trees (platanus orientalis), myrtle (myrtus communis). A small dam, 90 meters long, halts the water flow, forming a small lake, which is home to the unique and protected Gizani Fish. The stone paths built along the river, attract many visitors to the area.
Free entrance


The Valley of the Butterflies

Located 25 kilometers from the city of Rhodes, near the area of Kalamonas, it is the rare habitat where the butterfly Panaxia Quadripunctaria makes its appearance, from mid-June to mid-September.
Following the specially designed trails and wooden bridges, you can view the incredible beauty of the ponds filled with water lilies, the waterfalls, the vegetation, and the crystalline waters, you’ll enjoy a unique natural phenomenon. The stone stairs you will encounter, lead to the Monastery of Virgin Kalopetra, built by Dimitri Ypsilanti in 1782.
The Rhodes Natural History Museum, at the valley entrance, exhibits display cases, representing the conditions of the natural environment, according to most modern museological conceptions. The exhibits include rare and common species from the area, library, plus a modern conceptual and botanical laboratory.
Opening Hours:Click
Address: Valley of the Butterflies- Rhodes 85104, Greece
Telephone number: +30 22410 82822


Prophet Elias

Prophet Elias, located at an altitude of 700 meters, took its name from Prophet Elias Monastery, when the Italians occupied the Dodecanese, on May 5th 1912 and began rebuilding the island. In the 1930’s, they built Eleoussa (Campo Ciaro) village and at the summit, two beautiful hotels called Elafos (deer) in 1929, and Elafina (female deer) in 1932, also known as “Cervo e Cerna”. They were built in Italian architectural Western Tyrolean chalet style. The site of Prophet Elias is a woodland, inhabited by thousands of deer.
Free access


The Seven Springs

Located 19 kilometers southeast of Rhodes Town and very close to the Archangelos Village, the Seven Springs is a fantastic place, with lots of pine trees, revealing the greatness of nature. The springs lead to a lake where you can see geese, ducks and peacocks. The temperature in the region is low. The water is channeled and used to irrigate the plains and fields of Kolymbia.
It’s worth visiting the tunnel built by the Italians, leading to an artificial lake, filled with cold water.
Free entrance

Apollakia Dam

Apollakia Dam

The Apollakia dam is an artificial lake, located in wetland, unique to the island. The lake is of great environmental value due to its many rare wild flowers and fauna and has been included in the Natura 2000 network, as a protected area.
A Water Sports Center has its installations and equipment in the dam, attracting the many Greek and foreign visitors.
Free access



Prassonisi is located at the southernmost part of the island, 90 kilometers from the city of Rhodes. This small peninsula is a paradise for windsurfers during the summer months, as its right side distinguishes for its large waves (surfing equipment available for rent).
During winter it is known for its peace and isolation.
A 500m strip of beach, joins Prassonisi (Green Island) to Rhodes.
Free access

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