Friday, May 18, 2007

Rhodes Island in the Mediterranean Sea

Lying midway between Cyprus and Turkey, the island of Rhodes is the largest of all the Dodecanese islands, lying in the eastern Aegean Sea. It is part of the Greek nation.

Among it’s various reasons for fame, its most recognizable is its being home to the Colossus of Rhodes – a giant statue of Greek God Helios - one of the Seven Wonders of Ancient World. It was later destroyed in an earthquake.

Being an island in the Mediterranean Sea, Rhodes has abundant of sunshine and sea breezes. The island has every type of locales – from beaches to lush green plains.

It is such a huge tourist attraction that wherever you go, you will stumble upon a tourist. For those who are more inclined for relaxed and serene locations, then the island of Rhodes is definitely not the place for you.

For others, here are some wonderful hotels to stay in:

Lindos Mare Hotel:
Vlicha Lindos, Lindos, Rhodes, Dodecanese 85107, Greece

Melenos Lindos Hotel:
Lindos, Rhodes, Dodecanese 85107, Greece

Spot Hotel:
Odos Perikleous 21, Rhodes, Rhodes, Dodecanese 85100, Greece

Atlantica Imperial Resort:
Kolymbia P.O.Box 4101, Rhodes, Dodecanese 85103, Greece

Rodos Palladium:
Lies between Kalithea and Faliraki PO Box 180 Kalithea, Rhodes, Dodecanese 85100, Greece

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