In the southeast Aegean, ten miles from the Asia Minor coast lies Rhodes, the largest island of the Dodecanese. With a very mild climate and the longest duration of sunlight in the whole of Greece, Rhodes is named the island of the sun. It is an island with a long and rich history, inhabited since the Neolithic era. It’s culture and strategic location, as the crossroad of three continents, has endowed it with the traditions and heritage of many diverse civilizations, without changing its genuine Greek identity. Through its history, the island was concurred by the Phoenicians, the Minoan Cretans, the Dorians, the Romans and the Ottomans. In the town centre there is an intact medieval town, within imposing Venetian walls, with a fence ditch with bridges and towers. In antiquity, Rhodes was the host for one of the seven miracles of the world; the giant statue of the “Kolossos of Rodos”. With an intense nightlife, selection of quaint restaurants, great shopping, Rhodes is an ideal choice for business or pleasure in the Mediterranean. The genuine hospitality, the mild climate, natural beauties, historic monuments, Rhodian traditions, cosmopolitan character of the island, up-scale services and hotel accommodation make it the perfect conference or incentive destination.