Labranda Blue Bay Resort

The Labranda Blue Bay Resort offers so many perks for guests. For starters, you’ll find a stunning beachfront location and seven pools, six restaurants and three bars. Plus, there’s a flume-filled water park. With so much to see and do, the whole family will love every minute here.

After you’ve had your fill of activities and food during the day, the evening’s entertainment begins. Starting with a mini disco for the little ones, it moves into everything from quizzes to dance shows. Plus, two bars stay open late for drinks.

Overview of Ialyssos

With 300 days of sunshine each year, Rhodes is a popular destination with families looking for a break in the sun. With ancient culture, cosmopolitan cities and expansive beaches, there’s something for everyone on a holiday to Rhodes.

Perfect for windsurfers, sightseers and sun seekers, Ialyssos is a small, relaxed town with a gorgeous beach, authentic tavernas and world-class hotels like the Labranda Blue Bay Resort.

Things to do in Ialyssos

You can’t get much closer to the beach than at the Labranda Blue Bay Resort. There’s a honey-coloured stretch of sand directly at the bottom of the gardens.

Surrounded by cafes, restaurants and low-key bars, you can spend your days relaxing on the beach’s pebbles and enjoying the fine facilities. Plus, because there’s a constant warm breeze here, windsurfing is common. You can try your hand with the help of the instructors on the beach.

A visit to the Unesco-listed Rhodes Town, a 20-minute drive along the coast, is a must. Within the fortress walls, you’ll find medieval sites and the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes.

From a gorgeous beach to traditional tavernas, a stay in Ialyssos offers everything you could possibly want from a sun-filled break. A small and relaxed town, Ialyssos will mesmerise you, capturing your heart in the process.

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.