Rhodes Greece Tours

Tours in Rhodes, Greece: Discover 9 Tours
August 29, 2017 – 01:35 pm
Ancient Lindos Acropolis

Rhodes ToursSightseeing tours in Rhodes and excursions

Rhodes is a tourist developed island and gives visitors many chances to explore by tour. A tour in Rhodes permits visitors to discover the island quickly and trouble free. Many bus tours in Rhodes run the island and offer visits to beautiful villages, amazing beaches, monuments and monasteries. However, the most fun are certainly the boat tours.

Very popular is the boat tour from Rhodes to Simi, a tiny island of Dodecanese with distinctive architectural style. Before reaching the port of Simi Town, this tour makes a stop at the beautiful Monastery of Panormitis, on the southern side of the island.

Equally popular are the boat tours in Rhodes, such as the tour to Lindos, to walk through this picturesque village, visit the Acropolis on top and swim at Saint Paul's Bay. More Rhodes sightseeing tours also go to Turkey, and particularly the popular resort of Marmaris.

Horse Riding Tour in Southern IslandWant to know who is Greeka? We are a company licensed by the GNTO (Greek National Tourism Organization) with the No 022200.

Every Monday we organize horse riding tours on the southern side of Rhodes, a fantastic region to ride, swim, eat and learn about traditional life on the island… ... Spend an active day in Rhodes with scuba diving on the eastern side of the island, visiting Lindos and hiking through an orange valley. Tour available only on Tuesdays… ... Explore hidden regions in the central parts of Rhodes island with this cycling tour.Diving and Hiking Tour in Eastern Island It takes place on Wednesdays and is ideal for all members of the family… ... This cycling and hiking tour on the northern side of Rhodes takes place on Thursdays and almost all members of family can follow… ... Explore the wildest part of the island with this cycling and hiking tour. This tour takes place only on Fridays and is suitable for both young and elderly… ...

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Duration: 8 hours

Marmaris is one of the most attractive tourist locations on the west Turkish coast. Built on a beautiful bay the city manages to combine both old and new architecture with charm. A visit to the famous Marmaris bazaar is for shop-aholics.

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Duration: 9 hours

Symi is one of the most picturesque islands of the Dodecanese. It is a family island which offers great landscapes, a peaceful atmosphere and a really beautiful town. The boat will also stop for a visit of a Monastery. Leaving Mandraki port, after a 2 hour cruise along the east coast of the island, you will arrive at the most picturesque and popular village on Rhodes- LINDOS, with its white washed houses built on the hillside, on top of which dominates the Acropolis. An Ideal cruise for those wishing to have a relaxing day at sea! Leaving the port of Mantraki, your first stop will be at Anthony Quinn Bay in Ladiko, a small beach surrounded by formidable rocks. For 30 minutes you will be able to dive off the boat into the refreshing clear waters of the bay.
Cycling And Hiking Tour in Northern Island Cycling And Hiking Tour in Western Island Tour to Marmaris Turkey Tour to Splendid Symi
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