Ladiko Hotel & Bungalows

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ladiko, P.O. Box 236, , Rhodes, Greece
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Daytrips from Afandou or from Kolymbia.

by Maurizioago

Could you recommend any? I mean by public transportation.

Thanks!

Re: Daytrips from Afandou or from Kolymbia.

by Kakapo2

As those places are close to Rhodes City I would take the bus, get to Rhodes City and make a day trip to the neighbour island of Symi. It is absolutely beautiful. Surely more beautiful if you stay there and the daytrippers from Rhodes have left or have not arrived yet, but still a great little island to be explored. Great walking tracks and views, and the village where the ship docks is very picturesque.

I made many hiking and mountainbike trips on Rhodes but do not recall from which places exactly, as we travelled all over the island. But it would be good to check out if those activities are possible from where you stay.

Re: Daytrips from Afandou or from Kolymbia.

by doodybee

hiya
if i remember rightly the only buses that pass through these two places are to lindos or rhodes town except for one early one to prasonissi ( one there and one back only) -
you will find day trips offered ( like the ones the Reps charge a fortune for) on the streets of kolymbia at least ( probably afandou also - as this is a bigger place but we haven't spent much time there)- its not as cheap as public transport but that i think is your only other option - other than going into rhodes town ( and maybe lindos will offer different places to go also - again we haven't been there so do not know) try googling rhodes bus times to see if you can work out where they go to and from -

Travel Tips for Rhodes (Island)

Everything here was fabulous!

by HotRodEtte

We spent less than half a day hanging out on this island. There are plenty of souvenir as well as jewelry and specialty shops. Be sure to check out one of the many carpet shops while there. The ladies make them in the store and the designs are simply amazing! There are also quite a bit of indoor/outdoor cafes to choose from as well. Every cafe owner wants to feed you, so take your pick!!! The people are friendly and so are the many cats you'll encounter along your stroll. You'll also have great views of the fortress and the clock tower, and heading towards the former site of the Colossus, you can sit on a wall with a lovely backdrop of the Aegean. You may also want to check out the pebble beach. My fondest memory of Rhodes was sitting on the rocks in the Aegean, with bath-warm temperatures, or sitting atop one of the stone monuments and taking in the breathtaking sights of some of the bluest waters in Europe!

Archangelos

by sandysmith

Archangelos is a large white village on the east coast of Rhodes, some 33km south of Rhodes town. More of a sprawling town now and very much a working town and the best views come from yet another castle of the Knights of St John - lost count of all the castles that we saw and climbed in a weeks holiday! Just follow signs for the acropolis to ascend the castle ruins here. On the walls heraldic shields of the Knights can be seen.

'Sports' for Tourists

by gale.blog.pl

I'm not really into sports and all my 'Sports Activities' tips are somehow crippled. But anyway, the only kind of sports activity I practice during my holidays is mini golf.

There are numerous mini golf courses around Rhodes, especially in tourist villages. They provide entertainment to bored families which is way better than if those families were to sit in front of a tv screen.

In this mini golf playground we spent a few evenings enjoying long drinks and having a really good care free time. The staff was very friendly although we didn't spend much money there. They just seemed to be hospitable.

Mountain chapel

by jayhawk2000

You'll find this tiny chapel high on the slopes of the pine-covered mountain of Profitis Ilias (in honour of the Biblical prophet Elijiah).

The nearest village is Eleoussa, which the Italians envisioned as a mountain retreat during their occupation. They did their best to mould it into some sort of Alpine resort and whilst the guidebooks urge you to seek out the grand buildings and fountain here it's all a bit forlorn and neglected.

Far more worthy to seek out is the 14th century Byzantine chapel higher up the mountain. We found Agios Nikolaos Fountoukli just as the last rays of the setting sun caught its roof tiles. Inside is a simple domed chamber adorned with faded yet inspiring frescoes. They are less colourful than others you'll see on the island but benefit from not being over-restored to a garish condition. Tread lightly and by no means touch them or use a flash when photographing them.

The road encircling the mountain can be reached from most all parts of the island and offers great views as you near the top. The road coming off the north coastal road from Soroni is broad and brand new (so new our rental car was coated in fresh tar).

Getting there

by vago1

You arrive to Rhodes from Athens after about 55 minutes of flight or after 16 hours if you choose to travel by ferryboat. The air schedules vary during the year. In the peak period (May to September), you can expect regular daily flights to and from Athens, Heraklion Crete, Thessaloniki, Santorini, Mykonos, and Karpathos. In addition there are weekly connections to Kastellorizo and Kassos.
At the same period of year, there are a number of regular international connections with the major European cities, Israel and Egypt and a large number of chartered flights from all around the world

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