Land of the Colossus, daughter of the Sun, Island of the Hospitaliers, Rhodes boasts world heritage monuments, unique natural sites, picturesque villages, endless sand and pebble beaches and wonderful sunsets over Anatolia.
Rhodes island if full of monuments, historical or natural, attractions and venues for you to enjoy a unique stay, most of them just a few kilometers from Sheraton Rhodes Resort:
Acropolis of Rhodes - Crowned with the ruins of the Temple of Apollo, the Acropolis of Rhodes overlooks the entire city of Rhodes, with unique views of the city and the shores of Turkey, across the sea. The Ancient Stadium and the Odeon (theatre) from the Hellenistic Period have been well preserved and are perfect for hosting events and picnics alike.
Medieval Town - A World Heritage Monument by UNESCO, the Medieval Town of Rhodes has a unique architectural history as it houses many ancient ruins, byzantine churches, gothic basilicas, mosques and synagogues. It is the largest inhabited medieval city in Europe, with dozens of shops, bars and restaurants. The Medieval Moat, circling the walls, is excellent for a nice afternoon walk.
Archaeological Museum of Rhodes - The exhibits at the Archaeological Museum include antiquities from Rhodes and the surrounding islands. In its 16 rooms and halls it shows ceramics, statues and jewelry from the 9th Century BC till the Hellenistic Period. Its gardens are full of mosaics, and it also hosts an Prehistoric antiquities and an Epigraphical Exhibitions.