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12 Tips on Ravishing Rhodes for the Sophisticated Gentleman

Rhodes, Greece’s fourth largest island, is one of its most popular tourist destinations. This capital of the Dodecanese, which has a three-thousand-year-long history and was once home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – the Colossus of Rhodes, has so much to offer to the world traveller with a penchant for ancient history and authentic cultural exchanges, and a refined standard in wining and dining. Here are 12 tips for the discerning sophisticated gentlemen on Rhodes.

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Greece

Lindos Λίνδος: The Most Picturesque City on Rhodes

Like Ialysos, Lindos was founded by the legendary King Tlepolemus of Rhodes. Located on the east of the island, Lindos rose to become an important trading post between Greeks and Phoenicians by the 8th century BC. But with the founding of Rhodes in 408 BC, Lindos gradually declined.

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Go for a nice morning stroll in Ancient Ialysos Ιαλυσός

Ialysos was a Classical city in the northern part of the Rhodes island, supposedly founded by King Tlepolemus of Rhodes in Greek mythology. A son of Heracles and Astyoche (daughter of Phylas, King of Ephyra), Tlepolemus fled to Rhodes after killing Licymnius, Heracles’ aged maternal uncle. Once arrived, he divided the island into three and created three city-states: Ialyssos, Kamiros and Lindos.

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Greece, Wine & Dine

Restaurant Piatakia in Rhodes: A Modern Rhodian Take on the Traditional Greek Palate

‘Piatakia’ means ‘saucers’ in Greek. Located on the horrendously touristy Leontos street in the modern quarter of Rhodes, this cute cosy restaurant is run by two Swedish Greeks, chefs Daniel Kyramarios and Sylvia Palermo. Bringing quirky Nordic inventiveness to classic Greek and Mediterranean ingredients and tastes, Piatakia is such a great gastronomic experience one shouldn’t miss on Rhodes.

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