Triton Holidays & DMC S.A. not only arrange classic shore excursions but provides tailor-made, off-the-beaten track excursions. With our carefully selected guest-friendly professional Guides and modern transportation, we guarantee amazing and memorable excursions.
- Vineyards and Wineries – Visit the vineyards and wineries, and taste our amazing wines of which some are exported worldwide!
- Greek Cooking Classes – Learn to be an expert cook and enjoy your creation with some top quality wine
- Authentic Villages – visit the villages and experience their simple life and healthy Mediterranean diet dating back to ancient times
- Museums – Enjoy our many museums located in the New and Old Town
- The Museum of Modern Art
- The Archaeological Museum
- The Folklore Museum
- The Art Gallery
- The Jewish Museum
- Honey and Bee Museum
- Lindos with its majestic Acropolis and amazing medieval village. A must to see as it is the ‘Jewel of the Island.’ You will also visit St. Paul’s Bay, where it is reported the Apostle landing during a storm, on his way to Asia Minor.
- The Medieval City, Grand Master’s Palace and Street of the Knights. A visit back in time. Medieval Rhodes during the 13th to 15th centuries! Today it is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- The unique Butterfly Valley and Monastery of Kalopetra, located at the top of the Valley. It is the site of the only natural forest of Liquidambar Orientalis (Oriental Sweet gum trees) in Europe. There are much more than butterflies to be seen in this Valley. Come and enjoy beauty and nature!
- Filerimos Monastery built by the Knights of St. John during the 15th On the exterior walls of the church dedicated to St. George, many frescoes are visible. Starting at the entrance of the monastery gate is the path of Golgotha, which, with its various stations depicting the Passion of Christ, is also worth a visit.
- Ancient Kamiros with its ruins and excavations. The Acropolis of this city was excavated by
- Alfred Biliotti and Auguste Salzmann, between 1852 and 1864. Many of the finds from their digs are now kept in the British Museum in London. In 1928 the Italian Archaeological School began a systematic excavation of the area together with restoration work which continued until the end of the Second World War.