Trianta Hotel Apartments

The Trianta Hotel Apartments lines up mountain views from its secluded location.

The pool is the hub of the hotel – it comes with a border of sunloungers so you can make a base for the day. Plus, there’s a shallower section for kids to paddle in and a snack bar that serves drinks and light bites.

If you get down to the pool early enough, breakfasts are served. But, every apartment comes with a kitchenette, so it’s easy to make your own meals.

Overview of Ialyssos

Whether you’re looking for an action-packed break or a place where you can tour historic attractions, Ialyssos is guaranteed to please. When you choose the Trianta Hotel Apartments for your holiday to Rhodes, you’ll be close to a gorgeous beach, plenty of authentic Greek tavernas and some of the finest restaurants on the island.

Tourists are drawn to Ialyssos by the famous Meltemi winds. They make the beach a haven for windsurfers, so whether you’d rather watch or take part, the shores are packed with action. Kit and lessons are available if you’d love to have a go.

Things to do in Ialyssos

At the Trianta Hotel Apartments, you’re right on the edge of Ialyssos’ old town. This means that you have a number of bars, shops and restaurants only a five-minute walk away. If you continue for another five, you’ll come to a sweep of shingle beach.

If you want to try your hand at windsurfing, book a lesson in the morning when the warm breezes are traditionally calmer. Once you’ve got the hang of it, the afternoon winds will help you whizz along the water.

For days out, the buzz of Rhodes Town is a 15-minute drive away. An eclectic mix of designer boutiques, souvenir shops and high-street brands, you can shop until you drop before grabbing an evening meal in the harbour.

A favourite with adrenaline junkies, the beautiful beach in Ialyssos is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break in the sunshine.

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.