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Along the picturesque coastline of Rhodes, located in the Dodecanese region of Greece, sits an elegant all inclusive resort


Along the picturesque coastline of Rhodes, located in the Dodecanese region of Greece, sits an elegant all inclusive resort


Along the picturesque coastline of Rhodes, located in the Dodecanese region of Greece, sits an elegant all inclusive resort


Along the picturesque coastline of Rhodes, located in the Dodecanese region of Greece, sits an elegant all inclusive resort


The Breathtaking South Aegean Penninsula

The Port Royal Villas & Spa is situated along the Eastern peninsula of Rhodes, in Kolymbia; a prime, waterfront location, around 30 km from the airport and 28 km from the city of Rhodes.

Its coastal mid point makes it ideal as an excursion ‘take off and explore’ site. Easily accessible by car, taxi or local bus make sure you visit and marvel at the sugar cubed architecture of ancient Lindos, the natural beauty of Seven Springs and the Valley of the Butterflies, the ancient monasteries

and UNESCO World Heritage medieval old town, the sandy beaches of Tsampika and Agathi.

The island has a magnetic beauty that fills the heart and sooths the soul. After a day of making memories, you return to the refined luxury that makes Port Royal Villas & Spa an exceptional Hotel.

On your down-days relax and kick back on the hotels’ tranquil beach or lounge and bathe in the glorious sunshine by the impressive pool.

Useful Information

Population of Rhodes Island: 115,490

Official Language & Religion: Greek, Greek Orthodox

Climate: Mediterranean, mostly sunny

Location: South Aegean, Capital of the Dodecanese Islands

Map of Rhodes Island


How to Reach Port Royal Villas & Spa

Diagoras International Airport is 30km from the hotel. If you require transport from the airport please contact our reception team who will be happy to help.

Otherwise, we would recommend hiring a car. Make sure to follow the main avenue Rhodes – Lindou in the direction of Lindos. Drive along the high way for approximately 28km until the area of Kolymbia. As you approach Kolymbia take the far left lane and turn left at the traffic

lights. Follow the road, which leads to the village centre, through Eucalyptus road with tall eucalyptus trees, that offer a spectacular view leading up to the entrance of Port Royal Villas & Spa.

Alternatively, you can take a taxi from the airport (approx. € 55), which are available 24hrs. The journey will take approximately 30 minutes.

Useful Links



Aegean Airlines

Blue Star Ferries

Ryan Air

Open Seas

Thomas Cook



Rhodes Taxi Service


Explore the Magnificent Island of Rhodes

Rhodes is a very special place, it was considered the centre of the world for trade and industry during the Hellenistic era. It is magnetic, soulful, event spiritual and its many facets can enthuse the most discerning traveller.

Vibrant nightlife can be found in Rhodes town, Lindos or Faliraki with an abundance of bars, nightclubs, pubs and restaurants.

The island has countless places that are waiting for its visitor to discover. Its rich culture, historic and ancient ruins, magnificent medieval old town and traditional monastery and churches are truly worth a visit.

Restaurants that serve international, Mediterranean and Greek cuisine, try a traditional taverna to experience what and how the locals eat.

Attend theatrical performances, film showings, art events and concerts, local festivals (Film, Medieval) and traditional feasts.

Go on a day cruise or yacht trip to the nearest islands or to the opposite coasts. For the more adventurous try a self-drive jeep safari or try rock climbing.

Enjoy all types of sports, either individually or in groups (horse riding, golf, water sports etc.). The island has something for everyone!

Rhodes Island

Rhodes, a Greek island on the eastern edge of the Mediterranean,is a fascinating land, full of contrasts. It is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and the island group’s historical capital. Historically, Rhodes was famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The Medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage site. Picturesque villages, lush landscapes, rocky and wild coastlines and long sandy beaches all fuse with historical monuments. With the luxury of an excellent climate for most of the year, Rhodes is one of the most popular destinations in Greece.


The City of Rhodes

The stunning city of Rhodes is both modern and medieval. The modern part of the city provides excellent shopping, restaurants & bars, theatres, banks, medical care, public transport and more. The ancient Medieval Old Town still stands in excellent condition, with impressive architecture, cobbled streets, towers and bridges. The imposing Palace of the Grand Master, with its eighty huge halls, dominates the old city. The main harbour is adorned with two deer statues at the point where it’s suggested the Colossus of Rhodes once stood.


The most popular beaches on the island are Elli Beach, Glyfada, Ixia, Ialyssos, the 5km long sandy beach of Faliraki, Tsampika, the beaches and coves of Lindos, the rocky beach in Kallithea, Ladiko, Prasonisi, Kiotari, Koskinou, Agios Pavlos and Kremasti.

Enquire at reception for assistance in reaching any of the beaches around the island.


Main Attractions

Acropolis of Lindos

Ancient temple of Lindia Athena

Chapel of St. Paul

Monastery of Panagia Tsampika

Golgotha Hill & Filerimos

Valley of the Butterflies

Ancient city of Kameiros

Ancient city of Ialysos

Ruins of the Temple of Venus

The Archaeological Museum

Church of Panagia tis Nikis

Church of Evangelistria

Acropolis of Ancient Rhodes

The Muslim library

The Suleiman baths and mosques of Recep Pasha and Murat Reis