Car hire Rhodes

Car Rental in Rhodes


Rhodes, also known as the island of knights, is one of the largest islands in Greece and you will need a rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental Car to explore it.
The island has a great history but has been characterized more by the time it was sold, in 1307, to the Order of the Knights of St. John. One of the reasons that attracts thousands of tourists to visit it, is its historical heritage. In combination of course, with its natural beauty, Rhodes is a destination that you should definitely visit.
A rental car from Rhodes airport will take you comfortably and quickly to visit one of the many monuments. The Medieval town of Rhodes is a UNESCO world heritage site and will amaze you as it is probably the largest and most well preserved fortified town in Europe. Visit the Castle of the Knights and the Palace of the Grand Master. The Monte Smith hill is where the ruins of the Upper Acropolis are and the city was observed by the English Admiral S. Smith. Visit the Aquarium of Rhodes which presents the marine ecosystem of the island. Using the rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental company, you can visit the Valley of the Butterflies found inland and experience a fantastic spectacle.
As for the natural beauty of Rhodes and the beaches, words are unnecessary, as almost everybody knows them. The beach town of Rhodes is great, organized and cosmopolitan. Faliraki beach will satisfy those looking for nonstop fun. If you’re looking for something quieter then with your rental car you have to visit the beach Agios Georgios. The bay of Lindos offers visitors two beautiful sandy beaches. If again you are asking for something more special, the beach Prasonisi is a strip of land that connects the island to the mainland and creates an idyllic location. In order to enjoy it, you should reach the southernmost point of Rhodes with the rental car from Thessaloniki Car Rental Car.

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The island of Rhodes is located close to one another cosmopolitan island of the Dodecanese, Kos.