National Road Rhodes Lindos 23.5 km

Kolymbia, 85103, Rhodes, Greece

T. +30 2103232562


Kolymbia Village
  • 1. Prasonisi
  • 2. Agios Pavlos
  • 3. Afandou
  • 4. Filerimos Hill
  • 5. Kallithea Springs
  • 6. Valley of Butterflies
  • 7. Epta Piges (Seven Springs)
  • 8. Lindos Acropolis
  • 9. Medieval City of Rhodes
  • 1. Agathi
  • 2. Tsambika
  • 3. Traganou
  • 4. Kokkini Ammos
  • 5. Anthony Quinn
  • 6. Kolymbia
  • 1. Rhodes Airport
  • 2. Rhodes Port

Elegant Villas with private pools in the heart of Rhodes

Perfectly located within walking distance (3.6 km, 5 minutes by car) from the cosmopolitan Kolymbia Beach, right in the middle of the route between the world-famous sights of the Medieval City of Rhodes (26 minutes by car) and the ancient Acropolis of Lindos (31 minutes by car), Kolymbia Village is not just an oasis of affordable luxury and privacy with a total area of 32,000 sq.m.

In addition, its crossroads location makes it an ideal starting point for exploring the largest island of the Dodecanese, which knows how to charm its visitors with its rich history and dozens of impressive beaches.

Specifically, Kolymbia Village is just an eight-minute drive from both the natural beauty panorama of the Seven Springs and the beautiful beaches of Afandou and Tsambika and only a twelve-minute drive from the idyllic beaches of Anthony Quinn and Traganou and the internationally renowned Faliraki area with its vibrant nightlife.

Furthermore, just five minutes away from Kolymbia Village, you can find both a supermarket and a tavern with local traditional cuisine.

Discover even more sights and hidden spots with the assistance of Kolymbia Village's experienced concierge. At your disposal to help book day trips by car or boat or to help you choose an activity (trekking, horseback riding, diving ) or specialized tour (architectural, gastronomic) that you desire.

Useful distances

Rhodes International Airport 16.1 km
Lindos Acropolis 20 km
Valley of the Butterflies 11.2 km
Anthony Quinn Bay 8.5 km
Seven Springs 4.8 km
The Medieval City of Rhodes, a living monument for humanity

Europe's largest inhabited medieval city, which rightly appears on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, should be your first and last stop in any exploration of the island. In the once refuge of the Knights of St. John (1309-1522), time seems to have stopped still several centuries ago. Walk along the well-preserved medieval walls, gates and the atmospheric Street of the Knights. Visit the imposing Palace of the Grand Master (now housing the Byzantine Museum) and the Hospital built by the Knights (currently housing the Archaeological Museum). Be sure to stop at one of the dozens of excellent cafes and restaurants. And feel the living connection with antiquity by taking a picture of the bronze deer in the old port, where the feet of the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, are thought to have been located.

The famous beaches next to Kolymbia Village

While we appreciate the challenge of getting away from the refreshing coolness of your private pool, located on the balcony or terrace of your private villa in Kolymbia Village, the only thing certain is that the area's beaches will prove worthwhile. The windless beach of Kolymbia (3.6km, 6 minutes by car) and the pebbled Afandou, which is Rhodes largest beach (8.4 km, 12 minutes by car), stretch right in front of you.

Also nearby, you will find the pebbled and quiet Traganou beach (11.5km, 16 minutes by car) and the well known Anthony Quinn beach. The latter became famous as the shooting location of the 1961 movie "The Guns of Navarone", starring the namesake actor (13.4km, 18 minutes by car). Respectively, in the direction of Lindos, the first beach you will encounter is wonderful Tsambika with the golden sand and the breathtaking view from the famous monastery, which is perched high on the rock (5.1 km, 8 minutes by car).

Seven Springs (Epta Piges), nature's miracle

Just a 6-minute drive from Kolymbia Village (4.4 km) you can find Rhodes's most famous nature lovers destination. These are seven natural springs that gush water, which becomes a small river and ends in an artificial lake. The water flows through a narrow 150-meter tunnel built by the Italians in the 1920s to facilitate water transfer to the artificial lake. A genuinely fairytale setting full of pines and plane trees that is worth experiencing.

Prasonisi, the windsurfers paradise

Located in the southernmost part of the island, it is famous for the strong winds that prevail here and, at the same time, is a critical habitat and protected Natura 2000 are. It is incredibly photogenic in the summer when a narrow strip of sand (500 meters long) connects it with Rhodes and divides the Carpathian Sea in two.

Lindos, the Acropolis of Rhodes

A breathtaking listed village located on the southeast side of the island with narrow cobbled streets, houses with paved courtyards with intricate pebble designs and imposing captain's homes. At the top stands the majestic Acropolis of Lindos with the ruins of the 4th century BC Athena Lindia temple, the Propylaea and the Byzantine church of Agios Ioannis. From the Acropolis, you will admire from above the small port of Apostolos Pavlos that is nestled in the rocks.