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A journey to tastes and deep blue

Rhodes is ‘’The Island of the Knights’’ and the capital of Dodecanese.  The entire atmosphere one finds on the island bears witness to a highly developed cultural sensibility and a cosmopolitan way of life. The combination of memories from the Byzantium and The Knights, the traces of all those who have passed through the island, are still apparent, blending in with today’s contemporary lifestyle.

Feel the hospitality and politeness of local people. Taste local delicacies and learn the cuisine of Rhodes whilst discovering tasteful local products and recipes. Visit the place that hosted one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, The Colossus of Rhodes, and admire the general architecture of the island.

  • Destination

  • Departure

    Rhodes Airport, RHO
  • Departure Time

    Please arrive by 9:15 AM for a departure at 9:30 AM.
  • Return Time

    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code

    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and light jacket.
  • Included

    5 Star Accommodation
    Departure Taxes
    Hands-on Cooking Class
    Personal Guide
    Private Transfer
    Wine Tasting
  • Not Included

    Airplane Transport

Day 1-2: Arrive & get settled

Arrive in Rhodes and check-in at Rodos Palace, a 5* hotel. Enjoy the facilities of the hotel and chill out. Meet your guide and the rest of the group and then enjoy your welcome dinner at the hotel’s restaurant. Start the day with a guided tour to the Medieval City of Rhodes. Enjoy the presentation of findings related to food and wine, and later on taste the Greek cuisine and wine in a nearby restaurant. Take your time to explore local beauties before being transferred to a traditional Greek tavern, in the heart of the old city of Rhodes. You will have the chance to participate in a cooking seminar and enjoy your tasteful dinner. Once again you can walk in the beautiful streets of the island before returning to the hotel to rest.

Day 3-4: Adventure Begins

This day starts with a visit to the Cair winery, near to the city, where you can experience the combination of flavor, aroma and color of the wine. A visit to Archangelos, a traditional village, follows. There you will taste cheese and dairy products.  After the cheese tasting, the next stop is in Lindos, where a guided tour of the Acropolis is included. You are now prepared to follow a cooking class at a local and popular restaurant.  On the way back to the hotel, a stop to Psinthos village is a must, in order to taste spoon sweets and have some time to enjoy a coffee in front of the fountain of the village. When you reach the hotel, you will have free time to relax. This day ends with a light dinner. This morning begins with a transfer to Afantou, to have a traditional breakfast, and taste local sweets, such as   ‘’melekouni’’. Very close to Afantou, the next stop is Apollonas, where the Women’s Association will present all the local delicacies, before you taste the olives and the olive-oil. Moreover you will have the unique experience of creating your own soap from olive oil.  A hands-on cooking lesson at a traditional tavern follows and the last stop before for this day is the Emponas village, known for its vineyards. In Emponas you can taste the 4 most popular varietals of grape. Finish off this day with a light dinner and wine tasting in a restaurant.

Day 5-6: Sailing to Halki

Start the day with a pick-up from the hotel, to be transferred to Kameiros Skala. Then you can enjoy a half-day sailing cruise, for swimming or snorkeling and visit the island of Halki. Halki is a small and peaceful island where cars are forbidden. Walk to the restaurant where you will enjoy your lunch whilst watching the fishing harbor. Of course a presentation of the local seafood is a must and the lunch will definitely include fresh fish, cooked the moment after the time of fishing. After lunch you will have enough time to take lazy walks in the narrow streets of the island.  

Day 4: City Tour

This day starts with a transfer to Pradeisi, a full of life village on the west coast of the island. There you can taste honey, ouzo and souma, the traditional drinks. Early in the noon you will be transferred back to the city of Rhodes to have a light lunch, and then enjoy your free time. In the afternoon follows the goodbye dinner.

Day 5: Departure

Transfer to the airport and pick your next Culinary Experience destination.

Tour Location


Things to do on Rhodes

The Unesco-protected Old Town

One of the best-preserved medieval settlements in the world, the Old Town of Rhodes has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. Protected inside its imposing walls – a boundary between past and present – is the island’s coat of arms. Every stone tells a story. Ancient statues, marble crests, fountains, mosques and hammams, the Clock Tower with its breathtaking view of the Aegean… a rich heritage left behind by past civilisations.

From Grand Masters to the Street of the Knights

The most famous road in the Old Town is the Street of the Knights, restored just as it was in the Middle Ages. Here you’ll find the inns of the ‘tongues’, or national guards, that made up the Order of the Knights. At the highest point in the road is a significant attraction: the grandiose castle known as the Palace of the Grand Masters, with its enormous towers, now a wonderful museum.

Cosmopolitan Mandraki

Mandraki is a modern city, with hotels and resorts, numerous cafes, restaurants, clubs, impressive sights and attractions, but also traditional villas called marasiotika (from Marasia). Guarding Mandraki’s marina, from the tops of two tall limestone columns, are the island’s emblems: a deer and doe. At the edge of the dock stands the small fort of Agios Nikolaos, built in the 1460s. Along the coastal road, public buildings erected by the Italians are sure to impress you: the New Market, National Bank of Greece, Government House, National Theatre, Archbishop’s Residence, City Hall and famous Grande Albergo delle Rose, one of the most luxurious hotels in Europe in the 1930s that today houses the Rhodes Casino in one of its wings. In front of the aquarium, you’ll find one of the island’s most cosmopolitan beaches.

The Colossus of Rhodes

Although no traces of the statue remain, it is said that the Colossus of Rhodes (one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World) once stood in place of the statues of deer now found at the harbour. According to the stories, ships sailed beneath its giant legs and every night the passage was closed with an enormous chain.

Lovely Lindos

The ancient Acropolis of Lindos is one of the most popular shrines of antiquity, surrounded by walls constructed by the knights, standing 116m above sea level. Here, you’ll admire the impressive Doric Temple of Athena Lindia, built in the 4th century BC. The village of Lindos, built on a slope, is the most attractive and popular on the island. In the summer, its little streets fill with visitors bar-hopping and window-shopping or buying gifts, like the island’s famous decorative plates.

Fun in Faliraki

Faliraki is a popular with young tourists. The atmosphere is super-charged and there are plenty of activities to enjoy, such as water sports, go-carting and bungee jumping.

Valley of the Butterflies

In a lush, green canyon, about 1km wide, there is a unique forest with zities, trees that look like planes. The smell of the nectar they secrete attracts millions of butterflies of the species Panaxia guadripunctaria, with its trademark four orange dots on each wing. Tread carefully so as not to scare these miraculous little angels away!

A stay for every taste

Rhodes is one of the most popular destinations in Greece. You’ll find accommodation for every taste, from large hotel chains and all-inclusive resorts to boutique hotels in the Old Town.

Beaches aplenty

Beach lovers will be left fully satisfied on Rhodes. Topping the list are Kiotari, Kallithea, Agathi, Apolakkia, Kolymbia, Anthony Quinn Beach, Lardos, Afandou with its golf course, Traounou with its motocross tracks, Trianda Tsabika. All wonderful, with sand, clear water and water sports. Windsurfers flock to Prasonissi, a green island to the south of Rhodes. A boat trip from Rhodes to the old world charm of Symi

Hidden gems of Rhodes

The villages

The treasures hidden in Rhodes’ many villages are priceless. There’s Emponas with its renowned wine and traditional costumes, Agios Isidoros frozen in the 1960s, Apollona with its Folklore Museum, Archangelos with its long tradition of ceramics and music, Afandou with its skilful weavers, Trianda with its Mineralogy and Palaeontology Museum, Kritinia with the Castello Castle, Lardos with its Byzantine castle, Salakos with its wells, Psinthos with one of the largest town squares in the Dodecanese, Asklipio with its beautiful Byzantine church and Eleousa with its Venetian buildings and picturesque tavernas.

Wine of ages

It has been said that Rhodes was the first island in the Aegean to cultivate a vineyard and make wine. So it’s no coincidence that in ancient times Rhodians were considered the largest wine merchants in the Mediterranean. Today’s wines are excellent too.


The ‘Castle of Eagles’ is one of the most impressive in Rhodes. It was built by the Master of Aubusson in 1476 on a cliff facing the Aegean.
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