Zacosta Villa Hotel

Xenofontos 23, Rhodes, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85100, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Xenofontos 23, Rhodes, is near Medieval City, Ancient Rhodes, Valley of the Butterflies (Peta Loudhes), and Ancient Kamiros.
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    Travel Blogs from Rhodes

    Good bye Kos hello Rhodes

    A travel blog entry by ruth.donald on Sep 12, 2014

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    This morning was a tad early even the sun had not come up when where waiting at the port for our ferry across if you can call it a ferry a lot larger than our perth ferry, eight floors to be exact and drive on drive of down the bottom for trucks not just cars .. We all found our little bit of couch our chair and proceeded to either sleep or read or both as the crossing takes about 3 hours. Talk about ...

    It's still dark

    A travel blog entry by shirley.wells.3 on Sep 12, 2014

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    Up waaaayy to early to catch the ferry to Rhodes. It's huge. Semi's driving in and pulling trailers off. About 8 of them and most of them went back 2 or 3 times. Sitting at the back of the ferry watching Kos and Turkey disappear. Very bumpy. It's almost like we can feel the engine vibrations.
    Well as it was still dark decided to do like the locals and sleep on the free couches. Note to ...

    Rhodes

    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 10, 2014

    4 comments, 69 photos

    ... have a standing military, which serves an an auxiliary unit in the Italian army, and even had a standing airforce in the aftermath of the Second World War when the Italian airforce transferred them lanes to get around the limits imposed on it by the allied forces. The fact that the fortifications were not destroyed and have not been altered since, actually makes it one of the best examples, and largest still inhabited, of all European medieval walled town. ...

    Symi

    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 07, 2014

    4 comments, 65 photos

    ... in the Greek Islands. Well the harbour part was quickly confirmed as the ferry came around the headland and the most beautifully preserved harbour, in all the requisite colours and with old mansions lining the very steep slopes, was revealed. Symi, has a very long history, going back to the Neolithic, being mentioned in the Iliad and being owned by the knights of St. John, but really made its fortune during the 18th century on the back of the sponge trade. ...

    The hot and windy Rhodes

    A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Aug 22, 2014

    48 photos

    ... eating very nice Gyros. The streets were very busy, but they had really good soldiers to choose from, and Mum bought Tom and I a new soldier each.
    Rhodes was once famous for the Collosus of Rhodes, which was one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World. It was a 100 foot statue of the Greek God Helios, but it was destroyed by an earthquake in 226BC. People from Rhodes believed the statue may have offended Helios and he used an earthquake to tear it down. Now ...