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Rhodes travel guides

Read more about Rhodes, our tips and tricks and much more.

Cheap flights to Rhodes (RHO)

Flight type
Departure date
Dublin DUB
Rhodes RHO
one way
Thu 02 Nov

Flying to Rhodes must reads

Why Rhodes?

Boasting over 300 days of sunshine a year, plus medieval castles and archaeological gems, a buzzing nightlife and some of Greece’s finest beaches it’s no surprise that so many people book cheap flights to Rhodes, Greece with Ryanair.

With the savings you make on your Rhodes cheap flights with Ryanair, you can truly afford to make the most of your time on this paradise island.



When to book cheap flights to Rhodes

Rhodes enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, basking in over 300 days of sunshine a year  so there really is no bad time to book cheap flights to Rhodes.

July is the most popular time to book cheap Rhodes flights.- expect beaches to be busy and the nightlife to be buzzing.

Prefer to visit the island when it’s less crowded? You’ll find September is the perfect month to fly to Rhodes as temperatures are still simmering around 26°C but there are less tourists around so you can relax on the beach in comfort or explore the island’s attractions without huge crowds. Need a place to stay while visiting Rhodes? Search Ryanair Rooms for great value deals on hotels, accommodation and places to stay in Rhodes.



What to see in Rhodes

Rhodes is home to some of Greece’s most important ancient sites and boasts glorious beaches to rival anywhere in Europe. Top of your list of places to see in Rhodes should be Líndos. It’s one of the most popular tourist hotspots on the island and for good reason. The village is absolutely beautiful with its white-washed houses, cobbled streets and picturesque beach. On top of the village’s hill sits the Acropolis of Líndos. Instagram at the ready – it’s genuinely spectacular.

Another must-see is the Medieval Palace of the Grand Master (the Kastello). It’s one of the best preserved castles in the Mediterranean. Go for a stroll around the Old Town, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’ll discover lots of traditional Greek restaurants and bars along its Medieval walls.

Don’t forget to pack your dancing shoes too - Rhodes is famous for its electric nightlife. Head to Faliraki to experience the liveliest resort on the island, packed with bars and late-night clubs.



Getting around

When your Rhodes flights arrive at the airport you will find plenty of taxis outside of arrivals. Alternatively, rent a car online with Ryanair Car Hire and your car will be ready and waiting for you when your flights land.



What to eat in Rhodes

Restaurants in Rhodes serve up some of the best seafood in Greece. It’s worth keeping in mind that when locals on the island go out to eat in restaurants they rarely order a main course. Instead, they order a vast amount of appetisers, or mezedes in Greek, which are placed in the centre of the table and then shared. When in Rhodes…embrace the local culture and enjoy!