Delfinia Resort Hotel
Delfinia is located in the laid back resort of Kolympia, on the Greek island of Rhodes, offering a range of room types to cater for the needs of different travellers. There are plenty of on-site facilities for families with separate swimming pools for kids, waterslides for guests of all ages and food options created especially for your little companions. Meanwhile grown ups can maintain their fitness regime in the well-equipped gym.
The Elia restaurant offers a rich buffet, made from local ingredients, with four themed nights per week. Your taste buds will need to remember their passport before they are transported to Italy and Mexico but they can stay put for the Greek and seafood nights. Meals and snacks are available from 7:30am to 9:15pm as part of the all-inclusive service. If you’ve been out partying the night before you may wish to take advantage of the light breakfast service, available from the pool bar until 11am. Pita gyros are served here at lunchtime, ideal if you haven’t worked up the appetite for another full meal yet. Post-dinner drinks are served up until 11pm.
Rooms are equipped with air conditioning, WiFi, a TV, a safe, a fridge, a hairdryer and your own balcony. The family options can accommodate up to two adults and three little guests. Maybe you have one kid who loves swimming and another who prefers to watch TV instead? In which case you should consider a sharing or private pool upgrade. If you’re holidaying with the extended family, you might want to book the two bedroom suite, which can accommodate up to four grown ups and six little guests.
Nearby is Kolymbia Beach, with the shallow waters of the Aegean offering a safe place to paddle or swim. If you prefer to stay dry, boat trips depart nearby or you can climb Kolymbia Hill for breathtaking views of the bay. In the evening you’ll find a wide range of bars, restaurants and tavernas all keen to entice you through their doors.
A short drive away is Faethon Miniature Horses Farm, where you can see a number of rare breeds. After visiting you'll understand why on Greek carvings the proportions of soldiers riding horses don't always look as you expect.
Greece consumes more olive oil per capita than any other country. If you want to discover how the product is made, then an olive oil factory is just 10 minutes’ drive away. Why not buy some to take home for your friends and family?
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Kolymbia, Rhodes, Greece
Address: 85103, Kolymbia, TRASLADOS, Rhodes, Greece
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