Where is Villa Panagos?
Villa Panagos is situated in Faliraki, 12km from the city of Rhodes, and 20km from the Diagoras airport.
We offer transfer for groups and individuals from the airport, and it takes 20 minutes from the airport to Villa Panagos.
How do you live?
The Villa Panagos house is a self-service and self-catering rental.
The house consists of 6 fresh and airy studios which sleeps 2 guests, all equipped with their own kitchenette, toilet and shower. All the studios have free WiFi and AC.
On the third floor is an apartment, 90sqm, which sleeps 4-6 guests. The apartment is fully equipped, and can also be used as an infoplace.
Villa Panagos garden
Optional services that we offer:
*Different breakfasts, served in a nice surrounding - every morning during your stay
*Guided tour in the garden and info about herbs (free)
*Greek specialities - Dinners - Greek Evening - Ancient Greek Evening - Medieval Evening
*Licensed guided tours in your language.
*Rent a car with a driver, from 6 to 20 guests
-The sandy, 3,5 km long Faliraki beach, which is within a 10 min walk from Villa Panagos
-The Medieval Town of Rhodes with the Medieval Castle, Knights buildings and protected by UNESCO
-Anthony Quinn Bay
-Rhodes Town and the surroundings
and a lot of beautiful small villages and beaches
-Neighbourisland such as Symi, Tilos and Halki
Welcome to Villa Panagos!
Villa Panagos - Studios and Apartment is very popular for they who want to spend their time at a peaceful place but still close to it all.
Welcome to Rhodes, the capital of the Dodecanese, an island which is ideal not only for those who want to relax - but also for those looking for bright green hills and rich green valleys.
Add in the numerous cultural and archaeological sites - the perfect destination!
There are museums on the island that cover the diverse history of the island.
Museum of Ceramic Art
If you love ceramic art and pottery, you won’t want to miss the Museum of Ceramic Art, which is located in Afandou, Greece. What’s neat about this museum is that it gives you a chance to learn about the history of pottery in Greece and how it is being used today. Pottery was an important part of Ancient Greece and it served the practical purpose of storing things like wine and olive oil. They were also treated as art. There are many fine examples of pottery here.
Visit the Bee Museum in Pastida, unique in Greece and see;
-Bees amazing world in transparent observetion hives
-The traditions and history of beekeeping in Rhodes
-How honey is obtained (from the bee to our table)
Hve a walk in the bees garden and learn the Rhodian herbs and flowera´s which bees visit. The Museum has a selling point of bee natural products.