I\'m not going to beat about the bush..... \'Dogshit\' everywhere, so watch your step.
Also watch your step when crossing the road. Pedestrian crossings mean nothing more to the locals, than a place to park a car, sometimes two abreast.
Entertainment is best found around the harbour area.
Take a trip on the little street train, it\'s very good.
A trip to \'Symi\' is a must do, (but go by the \'Sea Star\' hydro foil). It\'s much faster.
By far the best trip (imho) is the \'Orca\', a quirky space-age looking glass bottom boat. Nice for looking at the pretty fishes etc., but boy... wait \'til it gets on full throttle once out of the harbour. It goes like a \'Bat out of Hell\', up ...
to 40 knots max. Now that\'s fast! Grrrrreat. Best seats are at the back outside, believe me.Read More
Beach at Rhodes. Windy and shingly on the western side. Much calmer on the Eastern side. Very crowded and charged for beds and brollies. Not as clean as English beaches.
Visit the \'Old Town\'. Very touristy on the outer perimeter and much better as you work your way in and get yourself lost.
Haggle and haggle again, you might just pick up a bargain.