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Approach the Rhodes Island

There are two ways to approach the island of Rhodes.

  • By Airplane


    Diagoras International Airport (airport code RHO) is located on the Greek Isle of Rhodes near the city of Paradissi. The airport is 13 kilometers southwest of the city of Rhodes and is linked by bus service, taxis and car rentals. The airport's new terminal was completed in 2005. The 4th busiest airport in Greece visited by around 1.800.000 passengers from abroad and 400.000 from Greece and served by over 50 air carriers, although most have only seasonal service. Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air have year-round service to several locations throughout Greece along with service to other cities in Europe. Located in the southeast Mediterranean Sea, Rhodes is a major sea port with links to Athens, Crete, Cyprus and Turkey.
    Direct international flights
    There are regular international flights to and from Italy, England, Germany and Israel, mostly during the summer, as well as a big number of chartered flights to and from all around the world. Please contact your travel agent for more details.

    The IATA code is RHO.

    Rhodes Diagoras Airport
    85106 Rodos
    Greece
    Tel.: (011 30)224 108 8900

  • By Ship


    The Ship Company Blue Star Ferries, with services on a daily bases from and to the Piraeus port offer a comfortable voyage with 50% reduction to the passengers and their cars.
    In addition many daily ferries offer easy access to the Turkish coast line from the port of Marmaris to the port to Rhodes.
    Crete Island through Heraklion and Sitia ports connect the two big islands.