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Holiday Villas in Paradisi

Located on the Northwest coast of Rhodes, the traditional village of Paradisi is home to centuries-old architecture and offers a true Greek experience. Life here has a relaxed atmosphere, centering around the sociable village square where locals and tourists gather to enjoy the cafes and restaurants. The village is perfectly positioned to explore the villages dotted along the west coast and is ideally set just a short transfer from the airport.

Exploring Paradisi on Villa Holidays

Paradisi is well-known for its bakeries, and you’ll also find plenty of fresh produce on offer plus a local supermarket to keep your villa well stocked. The nearby village of Kremasti hosts a weekly famer's market every Sunday. Or, visit the local villages of Tholos, Sorini and Fanes, all selling their fresh produce.

Paradisi square is home to selection of local tavernas, great for enjoying a traditional meal in a laidback environment. Further along the west coast you’ll find plenty of fish tavernas and excellent grill houses serving delicious Greek food. Or, venture inland to the nearby village of Pastida for a fun night of dancing and good local wines.

The west coast is a mixture of shingle, sand and pebbles, and offers great opportunities for wind and kite surfing. Paradisi has a small shingle beach, or head further up the coast to the uncrowded beaches between Kremasti and Tholos. Take a drive south of Paradisi and you’ll find Soroni Beach, with it’s clear and fresh waters, plus the unspoiled beaches of Kamiros Skala.

Just south of Paradisi, the Farm of Rhodes petting zoo and the Valley of Butterflies are popular attractions for the whole family to enjoy. At the northern tip of the island, around 25 minutes away by car, you'll find Rhodes Aquarium, where children will love getting up close with a variety of marine life.

There are many Byzantine churches that can be found in Paradisi and it’s surrounding area, worthy of taking some time to explore. Further south, the 16th century Kritinia Castle offers stunning sea views.

Be sure to take a trip to Rhodes Town, the island’s capital, where you’ll find a modern shopping district and superb dining options. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Rhodes Old Town is steeped in history. Take a trip to Monte Smith, the highest point in Rhodes Town, with panoramic views over the town below, the Aegean Sea and nearby islands. You can also see relics of ancient Greece including a theatre, stadium and temple dedicated to Apollo.