Rhodes was the region’s largest wine exporter as early as the 7th century BC, owing to its strong maritime presence. Rhodes wines grew in popularity, even after the Knights of St John occupied the island in the early 14th century. The conquest of the island by Suleiman the Magnificent’s Ottoman army in 1522 marked the beginning of a very difficult period in grape cultivation that lasted until the Italians took control of the island in 1912.
Welcome to the enchanting island of Rhodes, where history comes alive, pristine beaches beckon, and exhilarating adventures await. In this comprehensive blog post, we will …
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Looking for a guide to Greek food in Rhodes? You’ve come to the right place! Greek cuisine is renowned for its delicious food, and Rhodes island is no exception. Here’s a quick Rhodes food guide to some of the most popular Greek foods you’ll find on the island.
The Italian occupation of Rhodes during the second world war left a mark on the island’s cuisine. Along with typical meze topped with tzatziki, there’s a wonderful selection of pasta dishes with meat and fried onions. The majority of the recommended eateries are in Old Rhodes town, but there are hidden treasures in Faliraki and Apóllona as well. Continue reading to learn about the greatest places to dine on this Greek island.