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Ixia Introduction

Ixia lying five kilometres south-west of Rhodes Town is a very popular resort offering some of the best accommodation on the island along with excellent leisure facilities. Being close to the airport it benefits from a very short transfer time. Its long shingle beach is rather windy in the summer and is therefore perfect for wind surfing, sailing and para-sailing. Ixia is an ideal base from which to explore Rhodes Town and the rest of the island.

Why Go To Ixia

Ixia is a very pleasant resort which has spread along the stretch of shingle beach. Wherever you stay in Ixia you are always close to the sea. The windy nature of the beach makes it a haven for water sports enthusiasts. The evenings are fairly lively but for those who want more, Rhodes Town is just a short ride away.

An Ixia holiday appeals to a wide variety of people including families and water sports enthusiasts. Its close proximity to Rhodes Town makes it popular with those who wish to combine a beach holiday with some cultural sightseeing.

When To Go To Ixia

The most popular time to visit Ixia is in the summer although the season does extend from March to November when the temperature range is from twenty to thirty degrees centigrade.

Ixia - The Place

Ixia is a popular resort attracting many thousands of British tourists every year. It has a reputation for having some of the best accommodation on the island and also a comprehensive range of leisure facilities. Being close to Rhodes Town adds to its attraction.

The long shingle beach is fairly windy during the summer months creating ideal conditions for water sports including wind surfing, sailing, jet skiing and para-gliding. Although the beach is good for water sports care must be taken with children and weak swimmers as the waves can be quite heavy at times.

Opposite the beach are a good range of bars, tavernas, restaurants and shops. There are also one or two discos.

Since Ixia is a purpose built resort it has little of historic interest but being so close to Rhodes Town with its wonderful medieval heart and its ancient remains is more than adequate compensation.

The sunsets in Ixia are renowned for their beauty and they are a perfect accompaniment to a traditional meal in a waterfront restaurant.

An Ixia holiday offers a guarantee of summer sun, first class accommodation, a variety of water sports and good restaurants.

Ixia Nightlife

There are many bars and restaurants in Ixia as well as a few discos. There are some lively spots but generally speaking Ixia nightlife is fairly low-key when compared with Rhodes Town or Faliraki.

Ixia Shopping

Although Ixia has a variety of shops it cannot compete with Rhodes Town. If you are a serious shopper hop on a bus or take a short taxi ride to the old town’s Turkish quarter. Here you will find luxury goods, fashion boutiques and jewellers while outside the walls are numerous craft, gift and souvenir shops where holiday mementoes can be purchased.

Ixia Eating

Ixia has a large number of restaurants serving a wide variety of food which caters for most tastes. There is everything from traditional Greek food to international cuisine. The local wines are very pleasant and are excellent value. Children are always very welcome even in the more exclusive restaurants and their tastes and portion size are accommodated.