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The Electra Palace Rhodes is located on the western coast of Rhodes right on the beachfront overlooking the clear blue waters of the Aegean Sea. This bright and welcoming modern resort offers elegant rooms with sea, pool or garden views. The hotel is proud to offer several dining options which include an international restaurant, the Electras, set up in a buffet-style with show cooking, a Greek Restaurant, Orientalista, where you can enjoy Greek specialities such as gyros and souvlaki, and if you fancy fresh pasta, antipasti or pizza head over to the Italian Restaurant. Finally, if you’re looking for something more exotic and spicy enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner at the Chinese Restaurant. Many sports facilities and activities are also a feature of the resort, such as tennis courts, yoga classes, scuba lessons and many more. There is a kids’ club (4 to 12 years old) and a crèche (four months up to 4 years old) at the resort both accredited with Wolrdwide Kids Childcare status.
The vibrant and picturesque town of Ialyssos (Trianta) is a 5-minute drive or 20-minute walk from the hotel and is bursting with shops, cafes, restaurant and bars. For the more adventurous, hikes to Filerimos Hill are also on the list of things to do here, so tighten up those laces and enjoy stunning views and a colourful, bright scenery.
Take a plunge into the ancient Byzantine Empire! 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 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.