By CityOfRhodes.com 2022
The largest of the Dodecanese islands. Rhodes is a Greek island in the South Aegean Sea. It is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and Greece's fourth-largest after Crete, Evia, and Lesbos (Lesbos). For decades, it has been one of Greece's most popular tourist destinations both nationally and worldwide due to its ancient history, natural environment, beautiful beaches, as well as modern tourism amenities.
Rhodes is a Greek island with 300 days of brilliant sunshine each year. Rhodes has up to 13 hours of sunshine per day during the summer, when it's the warmest season. The average temperature in June and September is 25°C, peaking at 27°C in August.