Accessible Archeological Sites - Accessible Tourism in Rhodes
 

Archaeological sites

Rhodes has a wealth of archaeological sites that make your every visit a journey back through history. You can tour ancient temples, castles and fortresses, theatres, stadiums and cities.

Modern life unfolds amongst archaeological spaces and monuments of unparalleled beauty and an ever-changing variety of landscapes that will captivate and leave you with indelible memories.

At Accessible Rhodes, we believe in your need to have easy and safe access to the island's archaeological sites. Our team has undertaken thorough reviews of their accessibility and collected reliable details and information essential to ensuring your safe access and the use of appropriate equipment.

Some of Rhodes’ accessible sights:

Medieval city
  • Church of Agios Panteleimonas: Interior is accessible, steps at entrance
  • Museum of Modern Greek Art: Step at entrance, gravel road
  • Church of Agioi Apostoloi complex (14th-15th century) and old poorhouse (imaret) (18th-20th century): Step at entrance, gravel road
  • Three windmills: Visible from the road
  • Rhodes Archaeological Museum: Entrance with 2 wide steps, pebble and dirt floor, toilets are not accessible, gravel road
  • Municipal Clinic: Accessible
  • The Folklore Museum and Armoury: Interior is accessible, step at entrance, gravel road
  • The ruins of St John’s Church in the collachium (Muslim school): Interior is accessible, step at entrance
  • 4th Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities of Agia Paraskevi (15th century): Interior is accessible, step at entrance, gravel road
  • Spanish inn: Interior is accessible, step at entrance, gravel road
  • English inn: Interior is accessible, step at entrance
  • Castellania - Public Library: Interior is accessible, steps at entrance, paving stones with joints
  • “Melina Merkouri” Medieval Moat Theatre: Dirt road all along entry, grass on either side
  • Grand Master’s Palace