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Rodini Park, Rhodes Rodini Park was probably the first landscaped park in the world. It was still popular with the Romans some years later and they left a bit of an aqueduct here. The park has been arranged along a natural stream. This is an ideal environment for the peacocks which live and breed…
The Rodini Park is a paradise located on Rhodes Lindos Avenue, 3 kilometers from Rhodes Town. It is one of the oldest parks in the world and known for its lush and diverse vegetation.
Renovated in 2019. Nice place to walk and admire nature. A forest in the heart of the city. Mind the ducks, the peacocks, and the Koi fish.
Rodini park is he oldest park in the world, and as you walk along the stream that is easy to believe as there are small evidence of peoples activities from many ages.
In rodini park you can find one beautiful animal, peacock, which is hard to find in other places around the world.
Einzigartige Aktivitäten in der Umgebung
Unterkünfte in der Nähe
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Point of Interest
“It is an ancient stadium, with a small ancient theater and above it you can find the Acropolis of Rhodes. Moreover, it s free and you can walk at the edge of the hill at sunset”
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Hafen / Marina
“Mandraki Harbor was once the military port for ancient Rhodes. Today the mouth of the harbor contains male and female deer statues, but in historical times, chains would close off the area. Today, the harbor is home to million-dollar yachts and small boats that take travelers to other nearby islands and some of the beaches in Rhodes.”
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“A super promenade, with numerous taverna's and a lovely atmosphere. The beach has some stone's, which continue into the sea, so beach shoes are recommended. The sea water is clear and full of fish. Take a snorkel and flipppers and enjoy.”
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“Rhodes Town Beach (Elli Beach), Rhodes Elli beach in Rhodes Town, being one of the most popular Greek beaches among photographers, still retains something of its cosmopolitan aspect from the 70's, and is one of the most visited beaches on the island. Hundreds of visitors and locals visit Elli beach in Rhodes Town daily. It defies one's powers of imagination to conceive what this beach must have seen in all the years since the English writer Lawrence Durrell described it as the finest beach in the Mediterranean. The multi-coloured umbrellas, the blonde Scandinavian beauties lounging on their sun beds, the towering hotels, the Casino Rodos and the Rhodes Aquarium in the background, all of them once a favourite subject for photographers, are now the theme of cult postcards. Hundreds of foreign visitors descend on the beach in Rhodes Town every day, as well as local people enjoying their midday break. On Elli beach you will find sun loungers, nearby restaurants, a large choice of water sports and even a volleyball court on the beachfront. You will also find a tennis court right next to the Casino, above the beach road.”
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