Old town, Rhodes

As night falls over the Aegean, some say, this is when the real fun begins. Perhaps, you want to hang out at that beach bar until the last rays of sunlight disappear, cut a dash in a swanky restaurant or café, enjoy a candlelit meal for two at the seashore or simply party the night away till sunrise. Whatever your choice, you’ll twinkle like the stars on a sultry island evening.

There’s no need to watch the clock when unadulterated pleasure is on the agenda, just stock up on stamina and shake off any lingering inhibitions as you hit the dance floor. It’s impossible not to get carried away by all the enthusiastic revelers that throng the streets and clubs of the high-profile islands. You can’t help but charge up on all those happy night time vibes that radiate throughout the region. Feel the beat, don’t let a single drop of that euphoria slip through the net and when you leave, that easy ‘anything goes’ summer smile feeling will stay with you. Until the next time.

Keep time to the island beat.

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