Ancient ruins in Rhodes, Greece
The site where the Colossus once stood is a momentary stop, but Rhodes offers plenty of other history. Ascend the Acropolis of Rhode, which rises above the port. Or stroll through the scenic Old Town, where you can climb the clock tower for a bird's-eye view of the city.
Filerimos monastery in Rhodes, Greece
Take the 20-minute drive to Phileremos. It's a moderately difficult hike to scale the hill here. At the summit, you'll encounter a priceless panorama and a peaceful monastery lined with cypress trees.
If you're up for an excursion, hail a cab to Lindos Bay. Here, with your Greece cruise, you'll find the perfect balance of idyllic scenery and convenience – it's less than an hour drive each way from the port.
If seafood is your thing, you've come to the right place. Some of Rhodes' specialities include stuffed clams shells, grilled sea bass and squid, served grilled or fried. For dessert, try tangy local feta drizzled with sweet honey and topped with crunchy sesame seeds. Cruise to Greece and stick around the harbour at the northern tip of the island for seaside dining.
The most scenic spots to shop in Rhodes are the many boats parked along the sides of the port, where you can pick up colourful sea shells to bring back home. Once you're done here, visit Labryinthos Arts and Crafts to browse creations by local artists.
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