Agla Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

35 Apolonos Amerikis St, Rhodes, Rhodes, 851 00, Greece
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
53%
68
Very Good
28%
37
Average
12%
16
Poor
4%
6
Terrible
0%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 13% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families89
  • Couples75
  • Solo100
  • Business33

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FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by joeyhutch

Does anyone know if you can get a ferry from Lindos to Turkey (Marmaris)? Ideally, want to travel over and stay one or two nights with friends.

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by leics

Not from Lindos, but from Rhodes itself.

Have a look at:

http://www.rhodes2marmaris.com/en/reservations.aspx

http://rhodes.marmarisinfo.com/

http://www.turkeytravelplanner.com/trans/Ship/GreekIslandFerries.html

http://www.aferry.co.uk/ferry-to-turkey-uk.htm

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by cgf

you could also look at
http://www.ferries.gr/bodrum-express/

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by brotherleelove

Yes, you can take a ferry from Rhodes to Marmaris, but from Rhodes Town, not from Lindos.

http://www.feribot.net/feribot/?lang=en

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by trevormc

The ferries to Turkey are very expensive. In addition to the fare there is a tax imposed by Turkey to enter the country.At present it is 15 € per person

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by leics

That also applies to entry by air, of course.

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by leics

Depending on your citizenship......

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by brotherleelove

If you're American take a $20 bill to pay for your entry stamp.

Re: FERRY FROM RHODES TO TURKEY

by leics

And if you're from the UK a 10GBP note was acceptable in early April this year (as it has been for years).

As far as I know they don't accept coins.

Travel Tips for Rhodes (Island)

Pefkos, Rhodes, Greece

by marilynatsthelens

This is my most favourite place in the world. Have had many happy holidays in lots of different places and although happy to go away was always happy to come home as well.
However, having been to Pefkos, no longer want to come home!

Swimming with the Ducks

by sandysmith

I think I enjoyed swimming at Haraki Bay more than any other beach - the bay was small but not overcrowded and the water was so crystal clear - a little pebbly to get in but swim shoes were readily availbale at the little supermarket. Oh and the ducks enjoyed it too!

The Greek Priest

by Balam

You see the Greek priest - or pappas, as they are called - everywhere, as you can't miss them in their long, black dress and high hat. They are not obliged to wear their priest clothes all the time, but they do, as it's most practical and they are easier to identify this way. The Greek priests can marry and have children, just like in the Lutheran church. But you will never see a woman priest. This is not allowed by the Greek Orthodox Church.

Once upon a time Colossus of Rhodes...

by Arkeolog

The Colossus of Rhodes is one of the famous Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was built between the years 292 and 280 BC, to commemorate the successful outcome of the war against the troops of Demetrios Poliorcetes (The Besieger), one of the epigones (epigoni) of Alexander the Great. It was built by Charis the Lyndian, a student of Lyssipos a renown sculptor of the Hellenistic times that amongst others built the bronze statue of Zeus (22m high) of Taras (Taranto).

The statue was depicting the protector of the city of Rhodes, the God Helios (Sun), naked with a crown of rays around the head. On the right hand of the statue there was a lamp with fire, or a torch. It was standing at over 30 meters of height.

Today, deer statues on pillars stand where Colossus' was standing at the enterance of Mandraki.

hire a car

by piglet44

If you have a day or two hire a car (we got reduced price of 45 Euro a day from Budget in the Grand hotel
It is easy to drive around the island and you can stop whenever you come to a beach or village that you like the look of.

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 Agla Hotel

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Address: 35 Apolonos Amerikis St, Rhodes, Rhodes, 851 00, Greece