Conference Venue

The island of Rhodes, Greece, is the capital of the Dodecanese islands, the fourth largest Greek island, and a very popular Greek tourist destination.

It combines a rich history, impressive medieval architecture, magnificent beaches, and a beautiful natural landscape. Rhodes has been inhabited by many different settlers and communities since the Stone Age and the Old Town of Rhodes, with its stone-paved streets and elegant villas, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

How to get to Rhodes

Flights to Rhodes 

Rhodes International Airport “Diagoras” is one of the four busiest airports in Greece. It is served by flights from Athens, Thessaloniki and other places, and in summer by flights from many European countries. The flight time from Athens to Rhodes is about 50 minutes.

Flights to Rhodes

Ferries to Rhodes

You can easily reach Rhodes by ferry from Athens (port of Piraeus), as there are connections about 4 to 5 times a week. However, the journey takes between 16 and 18 hours.

Apart from Athens, Rhodes is also connected to Kos, Patmos, Leros, Simi and other islands by ferries. There are also some ferries connecting Rhodes with Heraklion and Karpathos, almost 3 times a week.

Finally, you can also easily reach Rhodes from Marmaris in Turkey.

Conference Venue

The 16th GEORAMAN2024 conference will be held at the Department of Mediterranean Studies of the University of the Aegean in Rhodes, Greece.

The Department of Mediterranean Studies (DMS) is part of the School of Humanities of the University of the Aegean. It is housed in two large, renovated buildings near the Medieval Town of Rhodes and has classrooms, laboratories, libraries and faculty offices.

“7th March” Campus Building
University of the Aegean
1, Dimokratias Avenue
85132 Rhodes

Map of Rhodes