Greece is home to hundreds of well-known monuments and archaeological sites, most of which can be found in travel guides. However, this article aims to provide a more in depth look into Greece’s lesser-known landmarks, its castle-towns, which are rarely mentioned in the conventional tour guides. The towns that will be uncovered further down, made it through all the wars and natural disasters Greece endured over the centuries. Today, they are more or less well-preserved towns ideal for anyone who wants to experience a different and unique sight.
The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights, Rhodes
There are countless eye-catching gems within the old town of the island of Rhodes. The most prominent one is the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights. This fortress was built in the 14thcentury by the Knights of St. John and has survived all the invasions Rhodes has had to endure