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Rhodes, Marmaris

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Take a ferry from Marmaris and visit the historical city of Rhodes, surrounded by medieval walls and listed as a World Heritage Site. The island famous for the Colossus of Rhodes is also known as the island of the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem. Pass under the "freedom gate" and see the temple of Aphrodite, Grand Master's Palace, and several mosques including the Suleyman Mosque in the old city. The archaeological museum tells the history of the island. Rest in a garden cafe, or taste some Greek musakka in one of the restaurants. Beaches, small villages, and resorts line the island's shores. Add Rhodes to your Marmaris travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Marmaris trip generator.
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  • Rhodes (Greece) is a quick ferry ride from Marmaris. We had a great day out exploring the historic sights of Rhodes, and purchasing Ouzo.  more »
  • South big greek island . Very nice medeaval fortified part of town with lots of touristy shops ( not all open so early in the year). Nice new city for good affordable places to eat.Warm weather allmos...  more »
  • took boat here and had a great day shopping and seeing lots of wonderful things nit more expensive than turkey but well worth the visit  more »