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Beautiful little town. Can be reached by boat (the slow boat or a speed boat) or by car/bus/taxi...We took the speed boat which was cool...1 hr there and 1 hr back with 4 hours in Lindos. The hike up the hill is very steep, cobble...More
When you get dropped off by your coach at the top of the hill and look at what is ahead you seriously wonder if you can do it. Walk down into town and then up to the castle. But yes you can. Make sure you...More
You all know the post cards showing Greek villages of white houses. Well, Lindos is really like that - like a beautiful (very beautiful) post card.
Lindos is truly beautiful on a mountain slope, overlooking a bay of clear blue water, its acropolis high above...More
Our party of 6 was actually staying in the north of the island, in Ialyssos, and the journey to Lindos is not an easy one by public transport - although it is only 30 miles, the bus is reported to take more than 2.1/2 hours...More
If you want the real feel of Greece, go to Lindos!
There is so many little shops and streets you can get lost for hours, then when you want a break stop off at one of the roof top restaurants. There is plenty to choose...More
Gorgeous Greek town,a maze of cobbled streets,loads of shops,restaurants,cafes,bars.
Wonderful views over the bay - visit late afternoon when you miss the crowds (about 5 pm it is really quiet ) and enjoy a meal in the evening on a rooftop !
I've been to Lindos with just my husband and now as a family of four (kids 2 and 4). We were lucky enough to be there during the medieval festival the first time. There was live music and a few guys dressed as knights holding...More
Hi - we stayed at Zoes Hotel, just outside Faliraki. It is a wee bit of a walk to Faliraki (if you want to go there) but there is a bus stop right outside Zoes which will take you to Rhodes Town. I would say a 10 min walk... More
Hi - we stayed at Zoes Hotel, just outside Faliraki. It is a wee bit of a walk to Faliraki (if you want to go there) but there is a bus stop right outside Zoes which will take you to Rhodes Town. I would say a 10 min walk would take you to the main road and you can get a bus to Lindos. Zoes Hotel is a small family run hotel with a beautiful pool area, lovely food (including breakfast) so its just as nice to sit here in the evening/night time as it is going in to Faliraki. Taxis though into Faliraki are not too expensive and the staff will order these for you. This is a very relaxing hotel and even though it was full when we were there (Sept 2019) there were plenty of sunbeds to lie on plus brollies. Sea view as well. Lovely friendly staff.