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All reviews narrow streets shops and restaurants rooftop restaurants white houses shops selling beautiful place day trip shuttle bus steep hill the main square donkey rides stunning views walk up st paul's bay tourists acropolis beach
You can walk in the narrow strees of the town. There are full of small shops and restaurants. You must walk to the mountain near by, where is located the old Lindos, Very old stones from the ancient greek times. It is posible to hire...More
To me, the village of Lindos is a perfect example of a stunning place ruined by its touristy fame and popularity: once inside the village, you (almost literally) can't see the place because of the crowds.
I guess the Lindos village is totally charming in...More
Spent the day here for my friends birthday. We used the glass bottom boat to get us here from Pefkos, would highly recommend.
We made our way up through narrow cobbled streets on donkeys to the Acropolis. Breath taking views from the top, very interesting...More
Visited twice on recent holiday,plenty of high quality places to eat and drink with stunning views.Had lovely meal in restaurant next to the square.Very hilly but a shuttle bus runs regularly back up to main road.Lots of lovely gift shops,jewellery shops.
Many amazing views,went end...More
Loved Lindos, nestled at the bottom of a hill with the Acropolis on the other side, resulting in narrow wind streets that you could easily get lost in. There is a 10 minute walk from the top car/coach park to the main area at the...More
Clean,vibrant and welcoming village with a wide variety of eateries from simple snacks,crepes and kebabs to fine dining.Beach bars with full english,greek food and cocktails aswell as tea or coffee.Watch out for condensed or evaporated milk in tea .Ask for fresh.
Attractive,atmospheric old village, situated on a hillside leading up to the infamous Coliseum. Plenty of donkey "taxis" to hire, if necessary to get about. Narrow pedestrianised cobbled streets lined by a variety of gift shops and restaurants/ bars many with roof terraces offering stunning views....More
Day trip to Lindos at the end of the season. A beautiful town, with many small winding streets all selling souvenirs, some lovely places to eat and the local people are very friendly, I would not want to visit in high season, as it was...More
The village of Lindos is very pretty, there is a quaint old church if you visit it in shorts you will be given a shawl to cover up your legs as there is a dress code. The inside is very lavishly decorated no photographs allowed...More