Information Package

Conference Venue

Sheraton Rhodes Resort | Ialyssos Avenue, 85100 Rhodes, Greece

Registration & Hotel Accommodation

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137,00 €

Reservations must be made no later than 21 September 2023

there is a city tax rate of 4€/night paid during check out

Conference Registration Fee

Delegate fees
Members of EfVET
650€​one delegate
Non-EfVET Members​
850€​ ***
Partner fee - Honorary Member
290€​wife, husband, or partner
50 € reduction on the fee for every additional participant from the same organisation

The registration fee includes attendance at the conference, all materials (documentation and welcome package), coffee breaks, the pre-conference reception and dinner on Wednesday 25 October, the lunches on Thursday and Friday, the reception on Thursday 26 October, the Gala Dinner on Friday 27 October, the lunch and excursions on Saturday 28 October for participants. The fee does not cover travel and accommodation expenses.

Round tables

The Roundtable sessions at EfVET International Conference in Rhodes introduce a procedure structured into 2 phases. EfVET offers European projects the opportunity to disseminate progress, results, and products of project outcomes and sustainability Conference delegates to walk around and quickly gain an overall understanding of all initiatives presented. 3 sessions of 30 minutes each.

Please register by completing this eform

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Welcome and Registration desk

Registration starts at 12h on Wednesday 25 October 2023, with the conference scheduled to start at 09h sharp on Thursday 26 October 2023. Please collect your delegate badge, conference bags, and literature from the registration desk on arrival, which will be the main information point for the event and be manned for 3 days. Welcome reception from 19:30h to 23.30 followed by dinner.


Rhodes is accessible by water and air services.

To Rhodes

  1. Reachable by plane from the Greek mainland (regular direct flights from Athens and Thessaloniki) or from other European countries (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Italy, etc.)
  2. Reachable via ferry from the Greek mainland (Athens Piraeus) and some of the nearby islands (Santorini and Crete).

From Diagoras Airport to Sheraton Rhodes Resort

Get on the Bus 50 or Bus 30 (direction West Coast Bus Station) at the airport, and get off at the bus station ‘Hotel Lito’. 4min walk from the Sheraton.

More information on bus stations, tickets and schedules…

From Sheraton Rhodes Resort to Diagoras Airport

Walk 4min to ‘Hotel Lito’ bus station and get on the Bus 50 (direction Rhodos Airport Theologos) or Bus 30 (Rodos Airport). Get off at the bus station ‘Diagoras Airport’.

More information on bus stations, tickets and schedules…

Gala Dinner

The Gala Dinner will take place on Friday 27 October at Sheraton Hotel. More details are to be announced in the following period.

Cultural Excursion and lunch

IALYSOS was one of the three famous ancient cities on Rhodes. In the surrounding area remains of occupation have been found back to the end of the 3rd millennium BC and there are also settlements and cemeteries dating from the Minoan-Mycenaen period. Later, during historical times, the authority of the city extended over the entire north part of the island. The precise location of Ialysos itself in Archaic and Classical times is unknow, however, the “city” probably consisted of rural settlements sharing a common organisation and a common acropolis on the hill of Philerimos.

The building remains of ancient Ialysos discovered to date are mainly on the Philerimos hill, which was given this name in Byzantine times. Its earliest known name was Achaia, which is further evidence for the presence of Greeks in this area during the Mycenaean period. Strabo calls the hill Ochyroma. From very early times the hill was, in fact, used as a strong point and as a place of worship.

About Rhodes

Also known as the “Knights’ Island”, Rhodes Island has a population of about 98.000 inhabitants. It is the most touristic island among the Dodecanese islands, welcoming a great amount of package tour or individual tourists attracted by the high level of rich history, sunshine, sandy beaches, unspoiled villages, mountains, forests, and impressive medieval architecture of the island.

The biggest asset of Rhodes is its capital (the City of Rhodes). It is a medieval city, the largest inhabited medieval town in Europe, and its fortifications are considered as the finest example of medieval architecture. The Old Town of Rhodes with its stone-paved alleys and elegant mansions is a listed World Heritage Site.


City center is located about 50min by walk and 6min by car from the Sheraton Rhodes Resort.

To reach the city center, take Bus 50 (direction West Coast Bus Station) and get off at the terminus (10th station from ‘Hotel Lito’ station).

To return from the city center take Bus 50 (direction Rhodes Airport Theologos) and get off at ‘Hotel Lito’ station (10th station from ‘West Coast Bus Station’ station).

More information on bus stations, tickets, and schedules…

Eat and drink

There are only a handful of restaurants in the near vicinity of the Sheraton Rhodes Resort.

The city center and its surrounding area, on the other hand, is full of restaurants and cafes. There are several top-quality restaurants to choose from as well as cozy meeting places. You can enjoy the abundance of foods and drinks made from locally produced ingredients.

Did you know that Rhodes is equally famous for its locally produced wine, cheese, olive oil, vegetable and freshly-made pasta? The main feature of the traditional diet in Rhodes is the variety of foods, the predominant food types being legumes, cereal, wild greens, olive oil, fish, fresh fruit and vegetables. 

Discover Rhodes and Activities

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Please contact EfVET Conference Team

Panagiotis G.