Villa is a stunning 4-bedroom villa with some wonderful outdoor spaces, located approximately 6 kilometres from Rhodes and the airport.
Up to eight guests can enjoy its pool, hot tub, and supreme style just a short drive from the beach and Rhodes Old Town.
One of the property's highlights is a large terrace with inviting seating and dining areas, a barbecue, and plenty of poolside sun loungers.
Beautiful views of the Ialyssos countryside and a tranquil setting make this a wonderful place to unwind.
There are several lawn areas with palm trees in the garden, and there is plenty of space for children to play.
The pool is only a few steps away from the villa's interior living space, which is accessed through patio doors.
Inside, there is plenty of seating in two adjacent areas, as well as a TV, DVD, games console, and other entertainment options.
This open-plan area leads to a dining area and a well-equipped kitchen with everything you could want, from a dishwasher and coffee machine to wine glasses.
There are three double bedrooms and one twin bedroom in the villa, all of which have direct access to the upper terrace or a balcony. In addition to two bathrooms, the villa includes a variety of extras such as baby cots, extra-long beds, and free Wi-Fi throughout.
You will be only a few minutes drive from the island's historic capital, where one of the main attractions is the Old Town and its Palace of the Grand Masters.
It not only provides an interesting lesson in Rhodes' history, but it also provides some stunning views of the area.
Along with popular attractions such as the Acropolis and Colossus, Rhodes has a plethora of bars, restaurants, and shopping opportunities.
The capital is located at the island's northernmost point; head south and you'll find a slew of beautiful beaches, including those in Faliraki, Afandou, and Kolympia, among many others.
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Rhodes, a popular tourist destination, has more than its fair share of natural beauty and landmark sights.
It would be a shame to miss out on discovering its charms for yourself, with an international airport, Diagoras, about 20 minutes drive from the capital.
The town of Rhodes, located on the island's northern tip, is a good place to start.
A stroll along the mediaeval walls of the Old Town will provide you with some stunning views, which are accessible from the must-see Palace of the Grand Masters.
As part of a World Heritage Site, this is also the location of a fine museum where you can learn about Rhodian history dating back to the 3rd century BC.
Another museum worth visiting is the Museum of Modern Greek Art, which has an eclectic collection rivalled only by Athens.
The New Town area is visually appealing in and of itself, with much of its architecture influenced by Art Deco.
The Evangelismós Cathedral, which is located in Mandráki harbour, has some impressive frescoes.
The Lindos Acropolis is as beautiful as the surrounding coastline and is well worth seeing. Down the coast, there are also resorts like Ammoudes, Kolympia, and, perhaps most notably, Faliraki.
While its reputation precedes it, this is no longer the hedonism capital of the world. During the day, a children's water park and the beautiful Anthony Quinn Bay may tempt you, and an aquarium and scuba-diving school also embrace the aquatic theme.
Prasonisi's location at the very southern tip of the island, separating the Aegean and the Mediterranean, is considered prime wind-surfing territory.
If that sounds a little too thrilling, Rhodes' more sedate attractions, such as the Valley of the Butterflies, numerous wineries, and the seven springs of the wonderfully scenic Epta Piges nature reserve, will provide an equally enjoyable day out.