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Ialissos, Overall a good family destination

Written by Bryan
We stayed in Ialissos. If I were on my honeymoon or single, I would choose another island (or perhaps I would choose another part of Rhodes), but for a family with small children, or a wind/kite surfer, or people who don't want to be in a total party spot, Ialissos works just fine.
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Emergency Line for Visitors

There are no emergency telephone devices along the highway in Rhodes. In case of an emergency you should use your cell phone.

Dial 112. The number 112 is the same emergency number as found in other European countries and it is a toll-free 24 hour line. Callers to 112 will be able to receive information in English, French and Greek regarding ambulance services, fire brigade, police and the coast guard. Operators will stay on the line in case the tourist requires translation assistance.

Emergency roadside help and information may be reached by dialling 104 for vehicle assistance and towing services, 100 for police, 166 for an ambulance, and 199 for the fire brigade.



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