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Inhabiting over 40,000 square metres of green landscapes and houses, the beautiful Labranda Blue Bay offers an absolute plethora of activities and facilities that can be enjoyed during your holiday on Rhodes. In addition to your large and air-conditioned rooms, located in the main building, you’ll also find three swimming pools, a private beach, plenty of evening entertainment, performed by the animation team, as well as a luxurious spa & wellness centre, leaving you spoilt for choice when deciding on how best to spend your day. A family-friendly resort, guests travelling with children can also enjoy the three kids’ pools, the water park with numerous slides, a pirate ship and pool bars serving ice cream and drinks, as well as a play area and supervised club, ensuring that even the youngest holidaymakers will have a great time, while staying here. Throughout the day, you can dine on light snacks and great international and Greek dishes at the buffet-style Dionyssos Restaurant and the Artemis Snack Bar, as well as go for a drink at one of the three bars that are conveniently located across this vast and wonderful resort.
The largest and arguably most historically powerful of the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes has firmly anchored itself in the Aegean Sea with a strong sense of self and with a multitude of experiences to offer. A welcoming harbour in the Mediterranean, Rhodes Town rises gently above the azure-blue sea. Here holidaymakers can walk through the narrow streets of the beautifully preserved, UNESCO Heritage-listed Old Town, where only the local tourist shops remind you that you’ve not actually travelled back to the Middle Ages. Stroll along the old walls of the city, visit the castle in the Old Town and marvel at the Palace of the Knights, which was built by crusaders in the 14th century. If you’re still hungry for historical things, then feast your interest on the nearby Archaeological Museum of Rhodes. When the midday sun starts to really take effect, retreat to one of the cafés or tavernas for a light lunch, or kick back and relax along one of the many beaches that surround the oval island. Lounge by one of the many beautiful stretches of sandy beaches, have a refreshing swim in the clear blue sea, or wander through the quaint little streets of the town. The eastern coast of Rhodes is full of charming towns, while the landscape of the west coast is more rugged and mountainous.