Typical Greek with traditionally white-washed homes with rooftop terraces overlooking the hills and the sea, Monolithos Village is a little over an hour drive from Leonardo Kolymbia Resort on Rhodes. You can visit the hamlet to take a stroll on its streets and to observe the lifestyle of the locals.
Less than a half-an-hour drive from Leonardo Kolymbia Resort and about nine kilometres south of the City of Rhodes, Kallithea Springs count among the gems of the island. They are a natural spa and therapeutic waters in a superb natural setting.
In a valley that looks like a movie set, the Seven Springs of Rhodes are nature’s respite from the heat of the summer. Natural springs make their way over the rocks in a verdant pine and plane woodland until eventually flow through a tunnel into a small, manmade lake.
A boat trip to Lindos village offers more than transport – it’s a complete, fully-rounded experience, most of the times including swimming and snorkelling, several stops for photo ops, and time to explore the Acropolis of Lindos and the village at your pace.
One of the most rounded boat tours available, when you stay on Rhodes, will take you to see the scenic Anthony Quinn Bay and Kallithea Bay, stopping to both for swimming and snorkelling. Exploring the Traganou Cave is part of the experience too.
When you want to explore the countryside of the island and areas with rugged terrain, choosing the Rhodes 4WD Safari can provide a fantastic, memorable, and safe experience. It may not be just yet on the visitors’ must-see list, but it can be fun and rewarding, as it can drive you to areas that are otherwise remote and hard to access, especially if you are not into hiking.