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a place with a long religious History

The Church is built on an ancient Athena Temple from pre Christian era. Ruins of this temple are... read more

Reviewed October 6, 2017
Syosset, New York
Stunning view

Enjoyed our visit here, views from the cross were amazing, the cross was locked up not sure I would... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2017
Watford, United Kingdom
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“winding road” (4 reviews)
“huge cross” (6 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Filerimos 851 01, Greece
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Reviewed October 6, 2017

The Church is built on an ancient Athena Temple from pre Christian era. Ruins of this temple are still visible on the site. The Monastery itself was built during the time of Templars. The Architecture is noticeably not Greek.

Thank ZachariahN
Reviewed October 2, 2017

Enjoyed our visit here, views from the cross were amazing, the cross was locked up not sure I would have wanted to climb up the steep steps inside anyway. The monastery was very nice & I am glad I went not sure it's worth €6...More

Thank Annieknig
Reviewed September 20, 2017

We walked from our holiday accommodation in Ialyssos, just under 3 miles uphill. Worth it for the views alone as well as the history, numerous peacocks and one of the best frappes on the island from the small snack bar. The local bus also runs...More

Thank ginette249
Reviewed September 3, 2017

At the summit of Mt. Filerimos, the chapel of St. George was originally built in the 15th century by the Knights of Saint John, who had conquered Rhodes at that time. The peak is crowned by the Church of Our Lady, which is built over...More

Thank UncleGus32
Reviewed August 26, 2017

On the top of Filerimos Hill is a setting that is a paradise for history lovers and keen photographers. The views are stunning, whereby you can look 360 degrees. Looking northwest towards the north of the island you see the tip (Rhodes Town) and south...More

1  Thank AaronWoodruff1
Reviewed August 25, 2017

Firstly, it is quite tricky to get to if you haven't hired a car or are part of a coach group. There is one bus er day that goes, otherwise it is a taxi. We stayed in Ixia and it was 12euro from our hotel....More

2  Thank Smiley_scribe
Reviewed August 15, 2017 via mobile

I think it is not worth to pay 6euro per person. But the cross you can visit for free. From there opens beautiful panorama. Also here you will find a lot of peacocks.

Thank bigbugz
Reviewed August 13, 2017 via mobile

A gorgeous little cloistered square with original monks' cells surrounding provide a tangible sense of place and history.

Thank dughall
Reviewed August 12, 2017 via mobile

We hired a quad and decided to just drive wherever on the island. We saw a sign for 'Doric Fountains or spring, can't remember which. So we followed the sign up and up in to the mountain. We got to the top and found a...More

Thank Andi932015
Reviewed August 5, 2017 via mobile

Nice place but small, the cross is not too old, only since 1992 so not historical. The church and bizantine fortress were nice, but too small and you could see them only from outside. 6 € were a little bit too much to pay for...More

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