Holiday Villas in Rhodes 2017 | Villa Plus

Villa Holidays In Rhodes
33 villas found

Introduction to Rhodes
Rhodes is a magical place of sounds, sights, scents and sensations. You may struggle to choose just one villa from the many we have for you on this very special island, but we are confident that whichever [more] home from home you go for, you will have a brilliant time! You won’t want to leave, but we are sure you will return. The island is great for families, with plenty to keep young children happy and occupied, but also good for couples, with some of the most romantic settings you will find anywhere, ever! If you love water sports, some of the most spectacular diving in Greece is to be found here, and if you love history, Rhodes Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Europe’s most impressive medieval walled towns. If you just want to relax and sunbathe, you have your own pool, but if you want to party, there are some red hot nights spots for you to discover. Add the luxury and privacy of one of our gorgeous villas and you will be in holiday heaven! Whatever your idea of the perfect holiday may be, we are sure you can find it in Rhodes. [less] Download Rhodes resort guide(pdf)
Best for...
  • The largest Dodecanese Island
  • A variety of beaches
  • Visit the Acopolis of Lindos
  • Superb food, incl. Pitaoudia
  • Avg temp in August is 27c
  • Location for 'The Guns of Navarone'

Your Rhodes Guide
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Rhodes
If you like your beaches and countryside natural and unspoilt, the traditional village of Kalathos will suit you very well. The little village of Lardos has far more locals than visitors, and so still feels very Greek, with square white houses clustered round the fountain in the shady village square. With its small but beautiful award-winning beach and excellent tavernas, Pefkos is perfect for peaceful getaways, but is also next to Lindos where the action's at. The resort has many of its medieval buildings still intact, watched over by the ruined acropolis high on the hill. [more]

How will you choose between them all? Don’t worry, whichever villa you chose, this is a small island and you can still see it all! [less]
Rhodes Villas
As one of the more southerly greek island, sunshine here is more or less guaranteed. There's also some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean, spectacular diving and watersports, dramatic scenery, a rich history and culture scene, great food, and nights out that end when the sun comes up - these are just some of the reasons that make Rhodes a top holiday destinations.

All our villas in Rhodes are high spec, fresh and clean with great facilities, glorious pools, spacious grounds and unforgettable views. We have villas off the beaten track and others with shops, bars and beach just a stroll away. We have lots of experience of making people happy, and would be delighted to help you choose which villa is perfect for you and your family.
Meet The Team
Sue Longden
Sue Longden

Hi, I am the Resort Manager in Rhodes at Villa Plus. My first trip to Greece was far from glamourous, arriving on a Blue Star Ferry in the middle of the night with just a ruck sack, 25 years later I am still here and so is that Ferry!
Rhodes is the largest island of the Dodecanese, abundant in beaches, valleys and history. My favourite town has to be Lindos, sugar [more] cube houses cascading down do the bay, fabulous hospitality and delicious food.
In my spare time you may find me having an evening swim in St Pauls and enjoying a simple fish meal with my friends before returning home to the Greek kitchen to feed my husband, daughter and dog!
Rhodes will entice you back year after year just like it did for me, albeit I never really left! [less]
Kim Daniels Koufou
Kim Daniels Koufou

Hi, I am a new member to the team this year. I am looking forward to being the Villa Plus representative here on Rhodes.
I am by no means a newcomer to the island though. I have lived in the south of Rhodes for the past 28 years and have been married to a local for 25 years. Together we have raised 4 wonderful children.
I enjoy studying the Greek language [more] and culture and in the winter months I teach it to people who have settled in the area permanently.
Being based in the south of the island I spend much time in the lovely, traditional village of Lardos. A large variety of local bars and tavernas around it's lively village square make for a true Greek experience. With a wide choice of lovely beaches nearby there is always somewhere new to explore. [less]
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  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 9
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  • Heated Pool
    27 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1000 yds
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £109 To: £157

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From: £869 To: £1259
Customer rating (4) :5/5
Villa Melodia, Lindos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 9
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  • Heated Pool
    30 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Price Per Person
From: £121 To: £121

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From: £969 To: £969
Customer rating (3) :5/5
Villa Ophelia, Lindos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 9
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  • Heated Pool
    30 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £156 To: £156

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From: £1249 To: £1249
Customer rating (1) :5/5
Villa Ioanna, Lindos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Pool 27 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
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Price Per Person
From: £58 To: £190

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From: £349 To: £1139
Customer rating (5) :5/5
Villa Aqua Oceanis, Lindos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Heated Pool
    20 x 10 ft
  • Wifi
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £58 To: £373

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From: £349 To: £2239
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Villa Maya Pefkos, Pefkos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Heated Pool
    20 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £58 To: £365

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From: £349 To: £2189
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Villa Selini, Lindos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Pool 20 x 13 ft
  • Wifi
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Beach ¾ mile
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
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From: £63 To: £397

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From: £379 To: £2379
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Villa Christina Rhodes, Lindos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Heated Pool
    29 x 15 ft
  • Wifi
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Beach 170 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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Price Per Person
From: £72 To: £390

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From: £429 To: £2339
Customer rating (3) :5/5
Villa Zeus Lardos, Lardos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Heated Pool
    27 x 13 ft
  • Wifi
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Beach 170 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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From: £72 To: £383

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From: £429 To: £2299
Customer rating (3) :5/5
Villa Poseidon  Lardos, Lardos, Rhodes, Greece
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 7
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  • Heated Pool
    29 x 15 ft
  • Wifi
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Beach 170 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
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Price Per Person
From: £73 To: £390

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From: £439 To: £2339
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Villa Apollo Lardos, Lardos, Rhodes, Greece
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Rhodes Resorts

The East Coast of the island - home to all of our villas - is famous for its beaches including the rocky coves at Kalathos, the beautiful sands at Lindos and the sleepy Blue Flag beach at Pefkos.

Lindos is one of the most beautiful villages on Rhodes, set on a hillside, with cobbled streets, whitewashed houses as well as stylish rooftop cafes, restaurants and bars. This chic resort comes to life at night! Take a walk or donkey-taxi to the Acropolis at the top and prepare to be wowed by the views!

If you like your beaches and countryside natural and unspoilt, the traditional village of Kalathos will suit you very well.

For a true taste of authentic Greece, the traditional village of Lardos is a great choice, white-washed houses clustered round the fountain.

With its small but beautiful award-winning beach and excellent tavernas, Pefkos is perfect for a relaxing holiday, but is also next to Lindos where the action is.

How will you choose between them? Don’t worry, whichever villa you chose, you can still see it all!

Kalathos
3 Villas
If you like your beaches and countryside natural and unspoilt by mass tourism, a holiday villa at the traditional little village of Kalathos, with a population of just 400, will suit you very well. It is a peaceful place in a brilliant location, set into the hillside just 2 miles from the villas to a long, uncrowded beach and only 28 from the islands capital, Rhodes Town.
Lardos
7 Villas
Lardos is a small, friendly, traditional Greek village that is home to just over a thousand people, set in a lush green landscape despite being one of the hottest corners of the island. Unlike the more famous village of Lindos, 6 miles down the road, Lardos has far more locals than visitors, and so still feels very Greek, with square white houses clustered round the watering hole – or in this case a fountain, in the shady village square.
Lindos
20 Villas
The picturesque, historic village of Lindos has a network of cobbled streets lined with small, whitewashed limestone houses. It's also home to the dramatic ancient Acropolis, which is one of the biggest tourist attractions of the island.
Pefkos
3 Villas
Once a fishing hamlet, Pefkos began developing into a purpose-built holiday resort in the late 1980s because of its proximity to Lindos – you can enjoy the benefits of the famous village without the crowds. With a sandy beach and a good selection of shops and restaurants, this is a popular family-choice.
Things to do in Rhodes

The natural beauty of Rhodes and the historical sites makes this Greek Island a popular holiday destination for all types of holiday makers, from family beach holidays to fun-seeking groups. The appropriately named 'sun island' or 'island of light' offers year-round sunshine and activities.

The spectacular landscapes and ancient towns of Lindos, Pefkos and Lardos are the national treasures of Greece, whilst offering quaint little shops and restaurants to suit a variety of tastes.

Boat Hire
If you want to explore Rhodes independently, why not pack a picnic and be the skipper of your own boat? For example, Pefkos is all about boats, and you can hire quite a variety of vessels there. You can hire a boat big enough for six, complete with full safety gear and life jackets. The boatman shows you what to do then off you go! You don’t need a driving licence, and will be given all the help you need, even if you have no boating experience. This [more] is a brilliant way to explore the beautiful coastline all the way to Lardos and Kiotari and escape the crowds! If fishing has you hooked, you can hire a boat fully equipped with fishing rods and bait, and start preparing your story about the one that got away! [less]
Eating Out
Eating out is likely to be one of the main pleasures of your holiday in Rhodes. Head for one of the long-serving, classic Greek tavernas - excellent, inexpensive, traditional restaurants where you will be warmly welcomed. Try home-cooked local dishes such as lamb kleftiko, moussaka or stifado, made from recipes handed down over generations or snack on warm cheese or spinach pies or some sweet baklava dripping in honey. If you want more choice, an [more] evening out in Lindos or Rhodes Town will deliver anything from five course gourmet dining in great style to bangers and mash, pizza or Rogan Josh [less]
Visit Rhodes Town
Wherever you are on the island, it is worth a day trip by car, bus or boat to Rhodes Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Europe’s most impressive surviving walled towns. In the magnificently well-preserved old town, with its cobbled streets, arched doorways and courtyards, is a medieval citadel, built by the famous Knights of St John. Before Suleiman the Magnificent turfed them out in 1521, the Knights ruled Rhodes for more than two centuries, [more] and left their mark in no uncertain terms. The so-called Street of the Knights is one of the best-preserved medieval monuments in the world. The most splendid Ottoman relic is the Mosque of Suleiman with its many domes and minarets. The vibrant new town of Rhodes is great for a night out with hundreds of bars, discos, nightclubs and tavernas. Also, don’t miss Mandraki Harbour with its marina full of luxury yachts from all over the world. [less]
Water Sports
There are many fine beaches on the island offering water sports, and some of the most spectacular diving in Greece happens here. The Blue Flag beach at Lardos, shelving gently into turquoise waters, is a brilliant spot for diving and snorkelling. On Lardos Beach beginners can learn catsailing, water-skiing, parasailing, paragliding, and windsurfing with qualified and experienced English-speaking instructors. Kiotari also has its own water sports centres [more] and at Vlicha Beach you can choose from a number of water sports including banana boats and snorkelling. Lee Beach has a range of water sports on offer including kite-surfing, windsurfing and jet-skis as well as the usual pedalos. For serious windsurfing head south to Prassonissi, which is considered one of the best windsurfing spots in the Greek Islands. [less]
Beaches in Rhodes
Rhodes has many great sandy beaches stretching across the island. On the South Eastern side you will find Kallithea, Afandou, Tsambika, Vlycha, Lindos, Lardos and Gennadi. On the North Western side from the town of Rhodes there are the resorts of Ixia, Mandriko and Skala Kameirou all of which have large beaches.
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If sandy beaches are what you like then you have come to the right place, Rhodes is known for having the best beaches in the Mediterranean. From swimming the clear blue sea to a relaxing time in the sand, Rhodes has it all!
Afandou Beach
Families with ice-boxes and folding chairs, couples with tents, Brits with their hot dogs and beers at the canteen, young people racing their jet-skis, locals coming down to Avanti for fish. There is ample room for them all on the huge beach at Afandou, and no one feels crowded. A sandy beach with some pebbles, and sea that deepens quite abruptly. Some sections of the beach are commercially organised while others are not. Among the foreigners this [more] is a favourite spot with Brits and Germans. There is a small number of small restaurants, beach sports centres and fish tavernas. On the coast road you will also find the Rhodes golf course. [less]
Anthony Quinn Beach
Natural stone surfaces ideal for reclining under the sun, pine trees reaching down to the water's edge, emerald green water - Anthony Quinn certainly showed impeccable taste when he fell in love with its miniature bay. The beach is known today by the actor's name since he bought this part of the island when filming "The Guns of Navarone" here.
The waters owe their deep emerald colour to the kush [more] green vegetation which surrounds the beach. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on Rhodes. It's mostly popular with young people - especially Italians - since the sharp rocks both in and out of the water are not ideal for families with young children or elderly people. You will find people here only in July and August - during the rest of the year the water is so much too cold for most people. [less]
Glystra Beach
Glystra beach is the next bay just after Lardos beach. A sheltered bay, backed by Pine Trees and Olive groves. Beautiful fine sand and shallow waters make it ideal for snorkelling, perfect for families with children. Sunbeds, umbrellas and pedaloes , are available to hire. Feeling thirsty? there is a family run canteen providing snacks and drinks just to the back of the beach. Perfect choice if you fancy a lazy day at the beach!
Haraki Beach
The sight of children searching for shells among the pebbles, couples gazing out to sea from the alconies of their rented rooms, sun-burned mothers wheeling push-chairs up and down - this attractive little bay definetly offers a family atmosphere. It is mainly visited by tourists renting rooms nearby, but families of local people also come out with their umbrellas and settle themselves on the no-charge section in the centre of the beach. The right-hand [more] side of the beach has large pebbles, while to the left there is sand.
If you choose to swim at the far right end of the beach you will have a good view of the Feraklos castle. Along the promenade with the rented rooms there are mini-markets, cafes, and a foreign press agency. [less]
Kalathos Beach
Kalathos Beach a 20 minute walk from the village. Rarely crowded, this beautiful tranquil beach is some 2 ½ miles long with a mixture of sand, fine shingle and pebbles. A long the shore are a couple of restaurants and a canteen. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available to hire or if you prefer you can find your own private secluded spot.
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Food & Drink in Rhodes
On the Greek island of Rhodes, eating out is a social occasion, to be enjoyed with friends and family, especially in the summer months. As an island, you can expect a fair amount of fresh seafood such as octopus, sea bass and small shrimps from nearby Symi readily available and served in most tavernas.

Greeks are the masters of charcoal. The famous Souvlaki, grilled meats wrapped in pitta bread with a lashing of tzatziki is hard to beat. They have perfected the meatier dishes using their favourite herbs and mixed spices which are prepared early in the morning and slow cooked to perfection.

Local Markets - Rhodes
Markets
For weekend fruit and vegetables, the market in Zefiros (just outside Rhodes Town) runs from 7am to 2pm on a Saturday morning and you will find it just before you get to the new marina.

You will also find pop up stalls on the outer skirts of the resorts offering homemade produce such as olive oil and thyme honey as well as fresh seasonal fruits.

Local fisherman set sail, well before the sun rises! So expect to find lots of fresh fish in the nearby village of Lardos.


Speciality Dishes - Rhodes Speciality Dishes - Rhodes
Speciality Dishes
Greek food is something that's to be enjoyed throughout the entire day, and as such, the Greek culinary styles vary from larger, fuller meals to see you through the slightly cooler evenings to traditional Greek salads, tzatziki dips and mezze plates to fill you up during the day. There are plenty of in-between dishes too, with dolmades (stuffed vine leaves) and saganaki cheese (see below for recipe) as well as fresh pitta breads accompanying much of the cuisine.

Rhodes is home to many of these dishes and much more besides, but be sure to try the following local delicacies too (and remember that you can find out more about Rhodes in our dedicated destination guide here.)



Kleftico – a rich lamb dish that's slow-cooked with wine, gravy and shallots, and usually served with roast potatoes or mash.

Feta sti Shara – grilled feta cheese that's topped with tomatoes, seasoned with pepper and oregano and briefly baked in foil.

Psari Ahnisto – fresh grouper fish that's steamed with lemon juice, oregano and olive oil.

Local Recipes
Greek food is so delicious, there's no reason why you can't treat your palette to a taste of it before you leave home, or continue enjoying it once you return from your trip!

With that in mind, a lovely, simple starter is the aforementioned saganaki cheese. This speciality cheese is grilled and tastes best served with a squeeze of lemon and crispy, toasted pitta breads - perfect as a starter! For a tasty main course, be sure to whip up some dolmades. Served with rice or roast potatoes and a sauce of your choice, they make for a delicious meal!

Saganaki
Saganaki - Rhodes
For the saganaki cheese appetiser to feed six, you'll need:
  • 1lb of krinos kefalograviera cheese, though kasseri or graviera cheese work well as replacements if you can't get hold of the krinos kefalograviera
  • Plain flour
  • Two tablespoons of olive oil
  • Two lemons, cut into wedges
Firstly, cut the cheese into rectangular strips, making sure they’re wider than they are thick. Next, you need to flour the cheese. To do this, take each strip and run it under the cold tap and coat lightly with the flour. Once you're happy you've coated each of the strips, heat the oil in a frying pan or the more traditional saganaki pan, and fry the cheese until all the strips are golden brown on both sides. Lightly drain as you lift the cheese from the pan, and serve promptly with the lemon and toasted pitta breads.

Dolmades
Dolmades - Rhodes
For the dolmades, you'll need:
  • 120g of cooked long grain rice
  • 250g of minced lamb, though beef can work too
  • One small onion, chopped
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree
  • 250g of preserved, dried vine leaves
  • Two tomatoes, sliced
  • Two garlic cloves, sliced
  • One juiced lemon
  • Chopped parsley
  • One chopped celery stick
  • Dried oregano
  • Salt and pepper, to season
After preheating your oven to 180°C, make the filling by combining the rice, meat, herbs, onion, celery and a pinch of salt and pepper, and then fold in the tomato puree. Carefully placing one vine leaf on the plate, fill the leaf with some of the mixture in the centre near the leaf's stem, and fold both sides of the leaf into the middle over the filling before rolling it into the desired cylindrical shape. Repeat until all your mixture is used!

Place your chopped tomato slices on the bottom of an oven proof dish, and place your filled vine leaves on top. Push the garlic slices between the dolamdes, and sprinkle with lemon juice before adding 150ml of cold water and covering with foil. Bake for 45 minutes, and add extra water if necessary.

 
 
 

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