Although it doesn't get as much recognition as other Greek Islands such as Santorini or Corfu, Rhodes is a great stop for those who appreciate architecture.
Rhodes Town, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is home to the Place of the Grand Master, one of the most popular attractions on the entire island. On the tip of the island, Rhodes Town is possible to reach by bus or by ferry from one of the other Greek Islands.
The city has been able to maintain its original structure from the 14th century, and even restaurants and shops are housed in the old structures, blending the old and new worlds.
After touring the structures of Rhodes Town, travelers can head down to some of the island's famed beaches. Akti Miaouli Beach is located right within the town's limits, so travelers will not have to hike far. Located within walking distance of city center, the beach is a small strip of land that is covered in gray pebbles and has gotten a lot of attention from tourists looking to relax over the years.