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SEMI-PRIVATE TOUR

All prices for all our tours include lunch and pick up from only hotels listed above.


Approximate Duration: 4 hours Saint Nichola's Fort Drive through the new town of Rhodes passing by Mandraki Harbour, Fort Nicholas, the site where the Colossus of Rhodes is believed once stood, Monte Smith, Apollo's Temple and the stadium. After a short drive you'll visit a traditional 19th century house; its interior is furnished with authentic furniture and items belonging to the 19th century. Returning to Rhodes-Lindos Road, you'll drive to the traditional village of Archangelos which is among the few villages of the island where older men and women can still be seen in traditional dress. This large and picturesque village has a tradition of carpet and pottery-making which continues to be active nowadays. You'll visit one of the local, traditionally-decorated houses where the owner will offer fresh homemade bread and local delicacies along with the Greek aperitif of ouzo. Filled with great memories from Greek hospitality, you'll board your coach for the return to your ship

Day 1 - Drive to new town of Rhodes, Monte Smith and Archangelos village.
Approximate Duration: 4 hours Saint Nichola's Fort Drive through the new town of Rhodes passing by Mandraki Harbour, Fort Nicholas, the site where the Colossus of Rhodes is believed once stood, Monte Smith, Apollo's Temple and the stadium. After a short drive you'll visit a traditional 19th century house; its interior is furnished with authentic furniture and items belonging to the 19th century. Returning to Rhodes-Lindos Road, you'll drive to the traditional village of Archangelos which is among the few villages of the island where older men and women can still be seen in traditional dress. This large and picturesque village has a tradition of carpet and pottery-making which continues to be active nowadays. You'll visit one of the local, traditionally-decorated houses where the owner will offer fresh homemade bread and local delicacies along with the Greek aperitif of ouzo. Filled with great memories from Greek hospitality, you'll board your coach for the return to your ship