Winery in Rhodes follows a tradition of 2,400 years! A story from those early days tells how the Cretans, jealous of Rhodes fame for High quality wine, copied Rhodian amphorae in an attempt to pass off their own wine as Rhodian.Rhodians to eliminate poorer quality grapes, vineyards on the Lindos side of the island, where the climate is too hot and dry, were destroyed and growing in now concentrated on the western side, around the village of Embona.Here many small vineyards are located in specific cooler microclimates where granite stones in the soil help by increasing humidity which in turn improves the flavors.Athiri, a very old local variety of white grape, is grown in vineyards on lower slopes below Embona while mountain regions produce a better quality of Red grape.
Discover the endless beauty of Rhodes in our luxury buses with the expertise of our professional guide.Soak up the peace and tranquility in the beauty spots such as Valley of Butterflies and enjoy the wine tasting in Embona.Moving South you will find a landscape of unspoiled beauty, the castle of Monolithos and the most impressive beach of the island, Prasonisi. On the way back will have a last 10 min stop for a breathtaking panoramic view of Lindos.
Take a relaxing have day tour of Rhodes visiting the unique and peaceful ecological setting, being a true pride of nature with narrow rock walkways. Lakes decorated by water-lilies, rustic bridges, running waters, waterfalls and resting places, loaded with millions of brown-red butterflies from mid June to September.There is also a Museum that you can visit with many species
Lindos is one of the most popular travel location in Greece because of the relaxed atmosphere, the friendly inhabitants and the lovely beaches.During your stay to Lindos you can explore the village strolling through the small narrow streets dotted with wonderful souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants.If you prefer ancient sites, visit to the Acropolis is a must! The view from the top is breathtaking!
One of the most charming destinations of Rhodes, Seven Springs offer a cool, magical landscape, a real oasis, even in the heat of high Summer, swamped in greenery.Waters come out from the Springs all year around, which end up in a small lake.You get to the lake walking through a narrow tunnel of 186m.The lake exists thank to a dam built by the Italians, in order to provide the nearby Kolymbia with fresh water.The area of Seven Springs and the nearby forests are suitable for walking.
Discover Rhodes while cruising..Leaving from Mandraki Port your first stop will be at “Anthony Quinn Bay” in Ladiko, a small beach surrounded by formidable rocks.For 20 min you will able to dive of the boat into the refreshing clear waters of the bay.Continuing along the east coast, next stop will be at “Tsampika Beach” for a second swim stop and after at “Stegna Beach”. Here you will be taken ashore, where you will spend 2 1/2 hours on the beautiful sandy beach, swimming and relaxing.There are a number of tavernas where you can have a typical Greek meal enjoing the hospitality of the locals.After Stegna Beach you will begin your return trip, making a 20 min stop at “Afandou Beach”, where once again you will be able to dive into the Aegean’s sea waters.Before returning to Mandraki Port you will pass by “Kalithea Spa” which is the last stop.
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