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With more than 300 days of sunshine a year it is not difficult to see why the Greek island of Rhodes is one of the Mediterranean’s most popular holiday destinations. 

Tourists come to Rhodes for its huge number of crystal clear turquoise beaches and ancient monuments. But this is also an island of staggering natural beauty, in addition to having an excellent tourist infrastructure that sees some of the best and most modern hotels offered at great rates. Tempted? Well you should be because this infrastructure also means there is literally thousands of things for year-round tourists to do, with action-packed resorts and isolated mountain villages. Whether you are into your water sports and water parks, or simply want to spend the day meandering around an ancient Greek temple or two, it’s all here.  

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Blutopia Marine Park is Greece's first private marine reserve, run by an experienced marine biologist. Snorkel amongst amazing marine life including tuna, rays, swordfish, schooling barracuda and friendly dolphins. €35 per person (minimum group 4); scuba also arranged. Tel 22410 60170, blutopia.gr, until 31 Oct.

Sightseeing


See the Crusader castle near Kritinía, one of several rural strongholds of the Knights of St John. Entry is unrestricted and there are superb views west towards Hálki and other islets.

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Go to Nagliero Gallery (Aristofánous 47, Old Town) which sells embroidery, retro clothing, ladies' bags, jewellery and pottery sourced from Rhodes, Italy or the Orient. In a different league to the tourist tat sold along Sokrátous.


Traganoú (Traounoú) beach, at the north end of Afándou strip, has lots of sun beds, wooden walkways, and an affordable full-service taverna. The remotest cove has grottos to explore, the clearest sea, and shelter from northern winds.

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