The largest of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes will take you on a journey from the ultimate beach getaway to the ancient past. The area of Lindos is a great example, combining the attractions of a stunning golden beach and a well-preserved acropolis. Rising above the town, the Lindos Acropolis offers fantastic views of the region, as well as a chance to explore the island's varied history, which you can see in the mixture of Greek, Roman and Byzantine architecture. Then there is Rhodes Town, a unique tale of two cities. The Old Town stands sealed behind towering medieval walls and a deep moat, whilst the New Town flashes a little modern Mediterranean charm with its tavernas and boutiques. Explore the classical, medieval and byzantine buildings that populate the cobblestone laneways of the Old Town during the day, and then bar hop through the New Town at night to really get to know this part of the island. Close to the renowned Prasonisi Beach on the southeast coast of Rhodes, Lachania has an unspoilt natural landscape, a quiet beach and a peaceful village at the foot of mountains. Gaze out across the azure sea from the the comfort of a hot-tub, or get into relaxing in a big way and enjoy a luxury spa treatment.