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Rhodes – beaches, history and walking

At the time of writing, travel restrictions to Greece have disappeared, making it easy to visit. If you are into islands, sunshine, great beaches, ancient history, beautiful countryside and flora, and white villages clinging to hillsides, you’ll be in seventh heaven.

Lindos, Rhodes (photo by Dimitris Kiriakakis on Unsplash)

The best way to experience this island (79.7 km x 38 km) is to walk. There are so many lovely trails, some ideal for a short relaxed stroll, others ideal for a half day or full day out.

An island full of history, Rhodes (photo by L A Khai-way on Unsplash)

Spring is the best time to visit Rhodes, especially if you plan to walk. The island is green and the temperatures perfect.

Your adventures on Rhodes will be most rewarding with the aid of a really good map for planning your walks. Discovery Walking Guides’ Rhodes Tour & Trail Super-Durable Map is clear, up to date and highly detailed.

Rhodes, Greece (photo by Andrew Vedenski on Unsplash)

Perhaps you’ve never considered the island of Rhodes for a walking holiday destination, so you might be surprised to know that there are almost one hundred (actually, 98) walking routes, with descriptions and a map for each walk, in the Rhodes Compendium of Walking Adventures.

The Rhodes Compendium of Walking Adventures is available as a digital edition which means you can carry it with you on your phone to guide you when you’re out and about on the island.

Rhodes, Greece (photo by Sipan Hamed on Unsplash)
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