Monte Smith Hill is at a 3 km distance from Rhodes Town. It looms over the city, which is amphitheatrically built at its edge. In the past it was called Agios Stefanos Hill and there was the Upper Acropolis of ancient Rhodes. Its ruins are preserved to this day. The ruins of the temple of Pythian Apollo are also preserved, as well as parts of the temples of Poliada Athena and Zeus and a little further down the Stadium of Diagoras and the small marble open-air Theater.The view from the top of the hill is really breathtaking, both to the old and new city of Rhodes, as well as to the sea, the nearby islands and the coasts of Asia Minor. A walk on the hill especially at the sunset is enchanting.