Olive Tree Farm Rhodes started in 1990. Michalis bought the land, on the top of a small mountain. Olive’s trees were planted. After couple of years we produced olive oil. In 2009, we moved in and we started the farm, with dogs, cats, donkeys, a horse, ducks and chickens. Eight years later, tourists were welcomed in the studio and the house.
Today, Olive Tree Farm Rhodes is one of the beloved places to stay in Rhodes. In 2019, we started to make our essential oils, of herbs from our land, and we have more projects to come.
We, Michalis and I Emma are both graduated from the Swiss Tourism Management School of Sierre, Switzerland. We have also a professional background in communication and guests’ relation.
What to see & do
We are situated only 25 kilometers from the citadel of Rhodes, built by the Hospitalliers, one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We are twenty kilometers away from Lindos, the butterfly valley. Afandou Beach, a beautiful six kilometers long beach, is a five minutes drive from Olive Tree Farm. You can also wander in the center of the Island, on paths in forest or visit old castles or archeological sites.
Don’t just stay, make it an experience
Olive Tree Farm is not only a nice studio to rent, a cute house to live in. We want your holidays to be a great experience, with wonderful memories. Our tips make your stay so special, visit places outside the tourist track, spend time with our animals, and participate in one of our experience, discovering the Greek life.
Relax / Renew / Revive
Hosting full of Tradition
Welcome to our studio and house, our land and the sea view. A Greek word “filoxenia”, means to welcome our tourists as friends. We wish you to feel at home, as part of our life and family.
First of all, we like to give a touch of Greek style to our homes, a hint of the nature around. With a welcome small snack, or flowers from our garden, olives made here… a walk through our garden and you meet our family: our dogs, cats, chickens, donkeys, and the horse.