Mosque of Süleyman
The hora bears many legacies of its Ottoman past. During Turkish times churches were converted to mosques, and many more Muslim houses...
Landmark 19th-century clocktower.
Hammam Turkish Baths
Uber stylish bar hidden in the Old Town down a back alley; expect moody, low-lit ambience, buffed cement floors, the stars in panorama...
Petaladika might look like just another tourist trap, tucked into a corner just off the main drag, but it has quickly established itself...
Sokratous · interesting places nearby
Muslim Library information
After the Ottomans captured Rhodes in 1522, the Old Town acquired a considerable crop of Muslim monuments, with many churches being converted to mosques. Sadly, this peaceful little library, founded in 1794, is the only Muslim site currently open to visitors and, with just a handful of minimally captioned exhibits in its one room, there’s little to see. It can only be hoped that the pink-domed Mosque of Süleyman opposite, and the hammam nearby, will re-open soon.