Rhodes nightlife - Rhodes Cafes, Clubs, Bars
Rhodes’ nightlife is famously vibrant, with a smorgasbord of bars, pubs and clubs around Rhodes Town, Faliraki and Trianta (Ialyssos). There must be some 100 nightclubs on Rhodes so you're sure to find one to your liking!
Faliraki has long had a reputation of ‘the Ibiza of Greece’ and it’s not undeserved. A major league beach resort where the fun just never stops, right up there with San Antonio in Ibiza, and Ayia Napa in Cyprus. Action both day and night is what Faliraki is all about. It is buzzing until long after midnight so you can party until dawn! So lads and ladettes, if your idea of a holiday is a non-stop 'get down and shake your funky brown body all night long' party, this is definitely the place for you to be! Every night is Saturday night in Faliraki!! You won't get a lot of sleep but you're going to love it so much, you won't want to go back home!
The capital, Rhodes Town, has its fair share of nightlife too, along with some fine restaurants for a more leisurely evening. The harbour is lined with bars and tavernas. New Town has a particularly generous selection of clubs and discos as well as the traditional bouzouki - Greek music venues. There’s a casino in Rhodes Town too if you fancy a little flutter and want to try your hand at roulette or blackjack! For those looking for a little culture-oriented experience there is the internationally acclaimed Traditional Folk Dance Theatre in the Old Town holding performances May through early October. The show, featuring a group of highly spririted men and women, performing traditional dances from different areas of Greece, is always lively and thoroughly entertaining so you are bound to enjoy it. There is also the sound-and-light (son et lumiere) presentation in the Old Town, just off Mandraki. This amazing art show attracts quite a number of visitors and since It is held in the lush gardens of the Palace of the Grand Masters so it might be quite a pleasurable thing to do on a warm evening.
Lindos can be pretty lively too in high season, though its surrounding bays are very tranquil and the resort as a rule does not attract the louder elements of the tourist trade. Nevertheless, it has plenty of bars, restaurants and tavernas, some of which rest on the rooftops and offer fantastic night views over the resort. Don’t miss the opportunity to check out some of the chic nightspots along the steeply winding narrow streets of Lindos when there! Mind you though, regulations control the noise levels.