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Welcome to Rhodes, the capital of the Dodecanese, an   island which is ideal not only for those who want to relax but also for those looking for an action-packed holiday! 

Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese islands in Greece, beckons with a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Its well-preserved medieval Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, transports visitors through time with its cobblestone streets, ancient walls, and the impressive Palace of the Grand Master. The island boasts a rich tapestry of influences, from Hellenistic and Roman to Byzantine and Ottoman, reflected in its diverse architecture and archaeological wonders. Beyond the historical allure, Rhodes offers stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and a vibrant atmosphere. Whether exploring ancient ruins, enjoying sun-drenched coastlines, or immersing in the lively local culture, Rhodes promises a multifaceted and unforgettable Mediterranean experience. 


Wheelchair Friendly Attractions in Rhodes

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Accessible old town of Rhodes

The medieval Old Town of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major attraction on the island. While the narrow streets and some areas may have cobblestones, many parts of the Old Town have accessible pathways. Visitors can explore the medieval walls, historical sites, charming squares, and visit the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes. As well as some museums within the Old Town, such as the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, which are also wheelchair accessible.

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Rhodes Acropolis

The Acropolis of Rhodes, located in the western part of the island, offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding area. While the terrain is hilly, there are accessible pathways and ramps that allow visitors to reach the site. The Acropolis features ancient ruins, including the Temple of Apollo, a theater, and a stadium.

Situated in the Old Town of Rhodes, the Palace of the Grand Master is a medieval castle and a prominent historical landmark. The palace has accessible entrances as well as  some accessible areas, allowing visitors to explore its impressive architecture, courtyards, and exhibits. It showcases various artifacts and artwork from different periods.

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Palace of the Grand Master

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Rhodes Archeological Museum

Located in the New Town of Rhodes, the Archaeological Museum houses a rich collection of artifacts from ancient Rhodes. The museum is wheelchair accessible, with ramps and elevators to facilitate movement between floors. Visitors can discover archaeological finds, including statues, pottery, and jewelry, which provide insights into the island's ancient history.

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Accessible Lindos Village

Lindos is a picturesque village located on the eastern coast of Rhodes. While the village itself has narrow streets with uneven terrain, there are accessible pathways in some areas. Visitors can explore the whitewashed houses, visit the ancient Acropolis of Lindos, which is reachable via some steps, once there it is possible to enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding turquoise waters. It's advisable to inquire about specific accessibility features and assistance in advance.

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Beaches in Rhodes

Rhodes boasts several accessible beaches where visitors can enjoy the sun, sand, and sea. Faliraki Beach, located on the eastern coast, has accessible facilities, including ramps and beach mats to assist wheelchair users. Elli Beach, situated near Rhodes Town, offers accessible entrances and beach amenities for visitors with mobility challenges.

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The Valley of the Butterflies, located about 26 kilometers southwest of Rhodes Town, is a nature reserve known for its unique butterfly species. The main trail through the valley is accessible, with paved paths and wooden walkways. Visitors can observe the butterflies and enjoy the peaceful natural surroundings.

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Valley of the Butterflies Rhodes

Services for Wheelchair Users in Rhodes

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WAV Rental Rhodes

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Excursions for the disabled in Rhodes

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Accessible Transfer Rhodes

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Accessible Accommodation Rhodes

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Wheelchair Rental Rhodes

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Assistance and Care in Rhodes

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Accessible Beaches Rhodes

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