Atlantica Princess Hotel

Just a stone’s throw from the beach, the Atlantica Princess Hotel has calming sea views and plenty of beach activities right on its doorstep. Rooms are decorated in calming neutral tones, with air-conditioning from mid-May to mid-September and a garden or sea view. Kids will enjoy the splash pool, playground and kids’ club, while grown-ups can enjoy cocktails at the poolside taverna, a mini disco and a wealth of sporting activities – think water polo, archery and table tennis.

Overview of Ialyssos, Rhodes

Ialyssos is the perfect place to relax if you’re looking for the quieter side to Rhodes. On the island’s west coast, this tranquil little village boasts amazing views and green landscape, a pebble beach and a host of tavernas on the waterfront – everything you need for a laid-back escape when you stay at the Atlantica Princess Hotel. Nearby Ixia, which is about 10 minutes’ bus ride away, has a sandy coastline, while the very lively town of Faliraki is very close by should you fancy a place with a bit more buzz.

Things to do in Ialyssos, Rhodes

Rhodes Town, just a short drive away from the Atlantica Princess Hotel, is the place to go for shopping. There are well-known high-street stores alongside street and market vendors selling handmade souvenirs and pottery. Enjoy a meander around Rhodes Town, the oldest inhabited medieval town in Europe. And step back in time as you navigate your way through fortresses until you reach the famous Street of Knights, home to a museum with fascinating archaeological treasures from this region. If you’re considering holidays to Rhodes, the small village of Ialyssos is perfect for slow, laidback days to unwind on the beach, with more lively evenings just a short walk or drive away in the nearby towns of Faliraki and Rhodes.


Resort Summary

Life in Ialyssos revolves around its beach. Surrounded by hotels, cafes, restaurants and low-key bars, you can spend the day on its pebbles and enjoy tasty, authentic food and fine facilities. Evenings tend to be quite relaxed, but there’s usually always a quiz or karaoke night on. Ialyssos’ beach is a firm favourite with windsurfers, who turn up to ride the famous meltemi winds. If you prefer sand to pebbles, take the 10-minute bus journey down the road to Ixia where there’s a stretch of sand that’s perfect for sunbathers.

If you’re after retail therapy, head into Rhodes Town. You’ll find an eclectic combination of designer boutiques, souvenir shops and high-street brands, so you can shop til you drop. For the best shops in town, visit Sokratous Street and Mandraki Harbour.