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Flights to Rhodes.

Rhodes international airport Diagoras, can always be reached by airlines, via Athens, Salonika, Crete, Mykonos and other local airports.

From Athens Eleftherios Venizelos airport (30 Kms. from the town), Olympic Airways and Aegean Airlines have connections with Rodos throughout the year (about 1 hour’s flight) and the same is for Thessaloniki airport (about 1 h 40m’ flight). Read more...

Ferry boats to Rhodes.

The Island of Rodos is connected to Athens(Piraeus port) all year long, ferry boats from several companies operate on this route. The distance from Piraeus to Rodos is about 250 sea miles and the trip is about 8 to 12 hours long, depending from the type of boat and how many times it stops before reaching Rodos. Connections to the other islands of the Dodecanese are more frequent in
the summertime. Read more


BY PLANE

BY SHIP

Rhodes can be reached by plane or by sea. DIAGORAS international airport is open all the year round and ships and ferries get every day to its commercial port coming from the continent.

Two quays are already able to receive pleasure crafts; a third quay is being built. Furthermore, Rodos is connected with all the islands of the Aegean Sea. The route to Salonika goes through the islands lying in the north of Rodos, such as Kos, Patmos, Syros and Samos. The island of sun is also connected to Crete, via Paros and Santorini.
In addition, there are also direct connections with Salonika and the larger islands in the north-east of the Aegean Sea, such as Limnos, Mytilini (Lesbos), Chios and Ikaria.
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