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The Medieval Festival of Rhodes

A wealth of events with the participation of artists and associations from Greece and from around the world, will be presented during the International Medieval Festival of Rhodes. People can actively take part in the events, volunteers are welcomed. For more information you may contact the municipal Cultural Organization of Rhodes (+30 22410 27427 /…

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  • Lindos, Rhodes The World’s Marriage Hotspot The picturesque village of Lindos on Rhodes is being deemed as the most popular destination for civil marriages and is attracting couples from all over the world, who want to get married in the small church of St. Paul or in the central beach
  • Get me to the grove! We’re all fanatic about olive oil these days, but ever wondered how it got on your plate? Time to get amongst the olive groves and witness the harvest. Come mid October, the Greek countryside comes alive as farmers haul out their nets, and lay them out un
  • Rhodes the perfect Greek isle There’s no better time to visit than in autumn, when its cool cafes and super beaches are uncrowded, sun and sea are still warm enough for swimming and lazing, but it’s not too hot to ramble round the ramparts of the Old Town or the tumbled hillside ruins
  • Rhodes Island Remains Popular Despite Greek Financial Crisis This mix of ancient and modern can be seen in the two districts, Old Town and New Town, which make up the island’s capital city. The capital city is also named Rhodes, or Rhodos, as the locals call it. Rhodos sits at the north-eastern tip of the island ov
  • Let’s Go to Greece This Summer! To Some Islands off the Beaten Track On Halki the ruined medieval castle of the Knights of St. John with its chapel containing some original frescoes, overlooks the old town, and on Symi, the early 18th century Greek Orthodox Monastery of the Archangel Michael Panormitis–considered