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Our Guide to Rhodes

Rhodes Marina

The historic Mandraki or Rhodes marina was once the site of the Colossus of Rhodes, and is a short walk from the old town of Rhodes, where there are a mix of shops, bars and cosy restaurants, and there are some notable ice-cream parlours. 

The marina has 600 berths, and offers free wifi to visitors, as well as the usual electricity, water and fuel.  The marina is well sheltered, and offers a great base for exploring the Dodecanese islands.


Like most of Greece, Rhodes has a long and brilliant history.  From being the home of the Colossus of Rhodes in 300 BC (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world), getting visited by Saint Paul, to the medieval old town being built by the Knights Templar in the 1300's, Rhodes has been an important city for over 2,000 years!

Nowadays, it is a very popular tourist island - offering the crazy (but less so in recent years) nightlife of Faliraki for youngsters, resorts of outstanding beauty for more sedate travellers, and historic relics to unearth for those that enjoy culture over sunshine.

Things to see and do

Aside from the great history of Rhodes itself, there are long and sandy beaches with plenty of great tavernas, bars and almost guaranteed sunshine which make Rhodes a desirable place to spend the day and night.  

Along with sailing, there are other beach and watersports to try, rustic villages to peruse, and reefs to snorkel.

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Where to Sail

There are tens of islands in the Dodecanese, of varying degrees of development: from thriving tourist spots like Kos, to secluded bays that you can only access by boat and which, if you didn't know better, you could imagine you are the first person ever to have visited.  Symi is popular on the cruising circuit because it is a very cute and colourful coastal town.

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Marina Details

Address: Rhodes Marina, Australia str, 85100, Rhodes, Greece
Long / Latitude: N 36° 26.16' E 28° 14.26'
Telephone: 0030 22414 40970
Fax: 0030 22414 40979
VHF: Channel 9
Walk-ashore berths: 600

Bottled gas, Electrical supply, First aid, Fresh water, Fuel: Diesel, Fuel: Petrol, Internet café, Laundry facilities, Parking, Pub / Restaurant, Shop / Supermarket, Showers, Toilets, Telephone, Trolleys, Visitors berths, Wi Fi

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Getting to the Marina

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Being a fairly remote island, the easiest way to get to Rhodes is by air.

Rhodes airport is the fourth busiest airport in Greece, and receives flights directly to most of Europe, and indeed, the wider world.  The airport is a 20 minute taxi ride from the marina (25 euros), or there are public bus services (frequency varies during the year: check out for more information).

Rhodes can also be reached by sea from nearby Kos and Marmaris.

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