to Rhodes island

City Center

60 km – 37 miles


59 km – 37 miles or


On the beach

Situated in the southeastern corner of the Aegean Sea, Rhodes Island is a timeless holiday destination in Greece. Spectacular stretches of sand, emerald waters, beautiful historical sights, an inspiring medieval town, and unlimited options for dining, entertainment and leisure, promise unforgettable travel experiences for couples, honeymooners, families, and groups alike.


Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa lies in Kiotari, a stylish and contemporary seaside resort in the southeast of Rhodes Island. Situated right at the waterfront, Mayia offers immediate access to a beautiful secluded beach, part of the vast Kiotari beach, and is ideal for tranquil and rejuvenating vacations. Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa is 60 km from Rhodes Town – about an hour’s drive – and 68 km from “Diagoras” International Airport of Rhodes.

Don’t miss the chance to explore the nearby villages, such as Asklipio famed for the Byzantine castle, or Lindos, celebrated for its imposing Acropolis. Other charming nearby villages such as Lachania, Profilia, and Lardos, are really worth a visit.


With its vast shoreline, diverse inland, pristine landscapes, unique historical monuments and picturesque traditional villages, the island of Rhodes holds something for all travellers. On the western coast of Rhodes Island lies the village of Monolithos with the remains of an impressive fortress. Drive up the hill, and just below the fortress take the steps leading to the castle and the 15th century chapels. The panoramic views from the top are breathtaking.

Discover the beach of Prasonissi, the best spot on the island for kite and wind surfing, and if you are a nature aficionado head to the wonderful Valley of Butterflies. It is a park of unique natural beauty which is home to millions of butterflies. Lake Gadoura is also a pristine spot perfect for bird watching and walks in nature.


One of the quaintest villages in Rhodes is Lindos, located at a distance of 15 km from Kiotari. Amphitheatrically built, the village overlooks a charming bay with crystal clear waters and a sandy beach. Take a walk in the cobbled alleys, browse the beautiful shops and head up the hill to visit the Acropolis, amongst the most renowned archaeological sites in the Dodecanese.

With great dining options and a vibrant nightlife, Lindos is a pulsing spot where you can sample Greek cuisine and sip your favourite drink in one of the local bars.


A walk within the walls of Rhodes Old Town will take you on a journey back in time. Stroll around the cobblestone streets and explore the narrow alleys and bustling squares lined with open-air restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops.

The Palace of the Grand Master is the most significant monument in the Old Town, a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you head towards the north of the upper town you will discover the ruins of the Temple of Aphrodite, dating back to the third century BC.