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    Acandia Harbour

    This is the third and southernmost harbour of the City of Rhodes. Since ancient times, the role of this harbour had been complementary, used as it was whenever the military and the trade harbour were congested. In present times, the Acandia Harbour continues to be complementary, especially since 2009 it has been radically revamped to […]

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    Commercial Harbour

    Designated in ancient times as the “Great Port”, the Commercial Harbour of Rhodes extends from the De Naillac Pier and all the way to the Marine Gate of the Medieval City. Having from the onset been used as commercial harbour, it is still admitting passenger ships and ferry boat as well as cruise ships, private […]

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    The Mandraki Harbour

    This is the northernmost of all three harbours of the City of Rhodes. Clad between the Mole of the Windmills and the Fort of St. Nicholas, this harbour had already existed in ancient times, more often than not designated as “the minor harbour” or “military harbour”, reminiscent of the use made of it by the […]