Written by Missy Johnston
Secluded Beach- Rhodes. Greece
Greece boasts a number of islands worth visiting on a private yacht charter, and Rhodes is one that has a lot to offer just about every traveler. From food to water sports to history, Rhodes has plenty to see and do—it’s no wonder vacationers have been stopping by yacht charter in Rhodes for decades.
Kite surfers in Rhodes, Greece
Anchor on the northern side of the island for windsurfing. Then cruise to the southern side, which opens to the Mediterranean Sea. The winds and currents are calmer here, making it ideal for swimming and sunbathing on one of the myriad of beaches from which to choose.
Historic Street in Old Town of Rhodes, Greece
Explore “Old Town,” a walled medieval village, featuring many shops selling Greek jewelry, silver, leather, and high couture. Food lovers can get a taste of international cuisine from the many restaurants offering fare from around the world. We highly recommend Mama Sophia’s Taverna in “Old Town” for a truly authentic meal, but fine dining is, of course, always available from your private chef on board your charter yacht docked in nearby Mandraki Harbor.
Famous Acropolis of Lindos town Rhodes, Greece
Additional tips on what to see and do when visiting Rhodes by yacht charter are available here, and, of course, we would love to share our first-hand knowledge of all that Rhodes has to offer on a private yacht charter. We can custom-tailor the perfect itinerary to make sure your yacht charter to Rhodes meets your every expectation and desire.