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What a pretty little village set in a nice little bay. Stunning views from the acropolis at the top of the hill but a long steep climb to get there. You can use donkeys to get there but not my thing. The town itself has...More
We visited here for a few hours whilst in Rhodes. We arrived around 9:45am and it wasn’t that busy and it was nice to walk around. As it got later it got extremely busy and was difficult to walk around with people and donkeys rushing...More
We’ve been coming to this lovely place off and on for years, we got married below the acropolis at st Demetrius chapel and our children had many a happy holiday there. It breaks my heart that it has now become an overpriced day tripper tourist...More
Don't be put off by the two and a half hour each way boat trip .go on the glaros 1 the top deck has bean bags to chill on so board early.swim stops each way also. the village is stunning little shops in the tiny...More
We visited Lindos on Monday , it was a long bus ride but worth every minute! The little town is amazing with narrow streets that leads to the beach with sand and clear water you could see the sea life !
If you go on a coach your dropped off at the top of a steep road but can get a bus up and down.
Lots of shops with unique crafts on sale.plenty of cafes bars and ice cream parlour to break up the walk up...More
First off my wife and I agree about the donkeys .We truly wish they were treated better.However the place itself is full of interesting nightlife ,bars etc ,and wonderful little places to purchase souvenirs.While most of the items are similar in taste you can find...More
Very panoramic! However, I do not like the treatment they give the donkeys. But if you can abstract from that, take a walk in the narrow streets of the town, and remember some water, because it gets HOT between the buildings!