Trianda is always buzzing with activity
Trianda holidays can offer a wide variety of entertainment during the day and on an evening. There are bars and traditional tavernas on the beachfront to enjoy a light refreshment during the day, and the nightlife in Trianda is based in the village just a ten minute walk from the beachfront where you will find a modest selection of bars, restaurants and clubs to enjoy. For more choice of nightlife, why not pop along to Rhodes Town only six miles along the coast where you will find plenty more bars, restaurants and clubs.
Late deals to Trianda have a strong, traditional Greek vibe about them, the traditional tree lined village square is a great place to meet the locals and sample the Greek lifestyle or even venture slightly further behind the resort and discover the olive groves and citrus orchards with the beautiful surrounding countryside. Some of the popular Trianda excursions to explore the history and culture of the area include Ialysos which was one of the first three cities dating back to 1500. It is here you will find one of the islands most important archaeological sites which lie on the Filerimos hill, the temples of Zeus and Athena.
Another excursion you can embark on is a visit to the fourteenth century church of the Knights of St.John which is a must see. If you are wanting adventurous water sports or relaxing days or even a mixture of both of these with a sample of the local history then a last minute holiday to Trianda is perfect for you. Book your late deals to Trianda at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
– Enjoy a leisurely boat ride over to the neighbouring island of Symi, a traditional little thing that simply oozes Greek charm and character.
– Enjoy the character of the Old Town and the hustle and bustle of the New Town before waiting for the sun to set and taking a romantic evening cruise around the harbour.
– Turkey is within easy reach when you are on late deals to Rhodes, why not take an excursion for a taste of Turkish delight and a browse round the colourful markets of Marmaris.