Attavyros (Greek: Αττάβυρος) is the highest mountain on the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese in Greece. It rises to a height of 1,215 m. It lies to the south of the village of Embonas.
In Greek mythology Althaemenes founded an altar to Zeus Atabyrios on the mountain. He was said to have chosen the site as the only point on Rhodes from which his homeland of Crete could be seen. The remains of the sanctuary can be seen near the summit.
There's a trail leading to the summit. Attavyros is one of the 1 peaks along the from Embonas to Attaviros.
By elevation Attavyros is
# 4 out of 461 in Aegean # 1 out of 50 in Rhodes Regional Unit
By prominence Attavyros is
# 35 out of 4199 in Greece # 3 out of 461 in Aegean # 1 out of 50 in Rhodes Regional Unit # 63 out of 12621 in the Anatolia # 31 out of 3910 in the Greek Ranges
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