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Rhodes town Private Tour

  • 7 Hours
  • Everyday
  • Pickup: From/to Hotel
  • English, French
  • Insurance included
  • Up to 12 people per group

Our Rhodes town private tour is an unforgettable experience that will take you on a journey through some of the most popular highlights of the northern part of Rhodes island. With personalized attention from our guide and the free time to explore at your own pace, this tour is the perfect way to discover the wonders of this magnificent town. This tour is ideal for guests who accommodate in the southern part of the island.

*The tour is addressed to guests who stay in the south side of the island (Kalathos, Lindos, Pefkos, Lardos, Kiotari, Gennadi, Lachania)

*An official licensed guide can be provided upon request at an extra charge




1st StopSeven Springs

The tour starts with a visit to the Seven Springs, a scenic area known for its lush greenery and crystal-clear springs. Here, you can take a stroll through the lush gardens, relax by the tranquil waters, and if you brave enough to walk in the famous tunnel. Our driver will ensure that you won’t forget to visit the waterfalls. Our Read more about Seven Springs | Duration: 1 Hour

2nd StopValley Of The Butterflies

Next, we visit the Butterfly Valley of Rhodes, a protected natural area that is home to a specific species of butterflies and rare plants. This valley is a haven for nature lovers and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding hills and forests. Read more about Butterfly Valley Rhodes | Duration: 1 Hour

3rd StopRhodes Town

Last stop, we visit Rhodes Town. A historical and cultural hub located in the northern part of the island. Visitors can explore Mandraki Harbor, which its entrance was home to the famous statue of Colossus. Nowadays, you can see the lighthouse, next to the windmills and lots of cafes, restaurants, and shops. Also, not far from there at the northest tip of the island is the Aquarium where you can watch Aegean and Mediterranean sea to meet each other. Afterwards, the Acropolis of Rhodes, an ancient citadel, offers panoramic views of the town and the Aegean Sea.

Lastly, the medieval town of Rhodes. A UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a glimpse into the island’s rich history with its impressive fortifications and elegant buildings. You can explore the narrow cobble streets by go shopping or having lunch at one of the restaurants you find on your way.