23 Jan

Enjoying Rhodes Holidays on West Coast of Rhodes Island

Hiring or renting a car or vehicle for visiting different attractions for holidays in Rhodes is the cheapest as well as the best way. It gives you freedom of choosing your own holiday plan without having to wait for others. Also you have liberation to visit any place at any time and for as long as you want.

One of the best Rhodes Holidays ideas is to take a trip to the east and west coast of the Rhodes Island. In this article we have given you information on how you can enjoy your Rhodes holidays on the west coast of Rhodes Island.

Another best idea to slacken you in the mighty sunshine is to celebrate a picnic. Luckily, a wide range of such resorts are there for al-fresco recreations. Also if you want to pack up a picnic lunch, you can choose among a wide range of eateries along the way.

The Western Coast of Rhodes Island

Many tourists come to western coast of Rhodes Island for spending their vacations. The west coast of Rhodes Island is quite known area having a number of beautiful resorts. Among them, Ixia carries a beautiful beach that gets crowded in summer season. This area owns some of the best and biggest hotels that will make your Rhodes holidays memorable.

It also carries lots of small restaurants, markets and bars on both sides of the main road leading towards another resort, Trianda. This town is eight-kilometers away from the city and is among the orchards.

This highly organized area owns a lot of Rhodes residential villas, hotel resort complexes and apartments on its entire coastline. History indicates that Ancient Ialysos; whose acropolis is today located at Filerimos, was once stationed in this area.

On the top, an astounding and prehistoric monks residential area and a church both surrounded by various cypress and pine trees can be visited during your Rhodes holidays. You can also see a huge concrete cross established on the peak of the mountain. It is illuminated at nights and is visible from different resorts for miles.

On moving ahead, you will see the relics of Ancient Kamiros. It is thirty-four-kilometers in the south of Rhodes Town. It was the third most important town in the past. You can also avail boat rides from Kamiros Skala to the neighboring islets of Chalki. At a distance of four to five kilometers from there, you can visit the ancient fortress of Kastellos which is near the beautiful of village Kritinia.

A breath-taking place here is the Monolithos. Here is an ancient fortress situated on the top of a cliff. Next comes the village of Apolokia that can be visited for sketching great conventional wedding meals. The village lies eighty-four-kilometers away from Rhodes Town.