The port of Rhodes is the first tourist postcard that the visitor finds in front of the time to dock with the ferry. It's located near the historic center and has numerous services nearby: tourist offices, bus stations, car parks, restaurants, bars, car & scooter rentals and hotels.
Guaranteed connections with mainland Greece and the other islands of the Dodecanese all year round, while during the summer there are also trips to the Cyclades, Crete and Turkey.
Two curiosities: some studies say that the port of Mandraki, now used by private boats, was the place where in the 3rd century BC. the Colossus of Rhodes was erected, a bronze statue of the god Elio, a so-called Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Also, near the Pier of St. Nicola, three ancient mills used to grind wheat are still visible.
From Rhodes-Diagoras airport it's possible to reach the center of the island by bus in about 30/35 minutes . The stop is right outside the airport. The port is not far from the bus station in the centre. Of course, at the station you'll find useful information for the other lines, as well as any return information. Instead, by taxi or car it takes 20/25 minutes to reach the port.
Near the port of Rhodes there are numerous services: tourist offices, bus stations, parking lots, restaurants, bars, car & scooter rentals and hotels.