About Rhodes

Rhodes (or Rodos) is an island in the Aegean Sea and the largest of the Dodecanese Island complex. It is located at the southeastern edge of the Aegean sea, facing the shores of Asia Minor. The population of the island exceeds 110.000 and it covers an area of 1398 square kilometers. It is one of the largest and most beautiful Greek islands. Its landscape mainly comprises of hills and low mountains, which in their majority are covered with pine trees. The climate is subtropical and healthy. Refreshing westerly winds moderate the summer heat, while the winter is nearly always mild, with long periods of sunshine.

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