Party in historic Rhodes
Rhodes is the largest of all the Dodecanese Islands, and there’s a wide selection of places to party here. You’ll find sophisticated bars in Rhodes Town and a louder nightlife scene in the resorts of Faliraki, and Lindos. Just outside Rhodes Town is the Paradiso Beach Club, an enormous – 4,500-capacity – open-air club with sea views.
Faliraki is the most popular beach resort on the island. There’s five kilometres of spacious beach to chill out on during the day, and an equivalent amount of space full of bars and clubs to rave it up come nightfall. Nights out start on Bar Street, where you’ll find a selection of karaoke bars and cocktail lounges with great drinks offers. If you want to party until sunrise, head to Club Street where you’ll be greeted with a selection of foam, paint and UV parties at all sorts of venues. Just follow the music.
Overlooked by its ancient Acropolis, the whitewashed village of Lindos, located on Rhodes’ south-east coast, offers both relaxed, laid-back evenings and intense, extreme nights out. You’ll find a selection of rooftop bars with stunning vistas where you can sip elegant cocktails all evening – and more raucous venues like the open-air Amphitheatre Boutique Club, where you can party from 10pm until 6am.
The nightlife in Rhodes Town is a perfect balance of chilled out piano bars and wild nightclubs. If you enjoy classical and modern music concerts you’ll find a host of events across the summer and if you’re feeling lucky head to the Casino of Rhodes for an alternative night out.
For traditional Greek music, head to Rhodes Town’s Blue Lagoon. Styled in a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ theme, you’ll find everyone from youngsters to grandparents dancing. Or cool down with a refreshing cocktail at Sand, a cocktail and sushi bar that plays jazz and blues music and serves delicious frozen cocktails.