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Day Trip to Lindos with pickup from Rhodes, Ixia, Ialyssos, Kallithea, Faliraki
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Day Trip to Lindos with pickup from Rhodes, Ixia, Ialyssos, Kallithea, Faliraki

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Heading to Lindos from other parts of Rhodes often means choosing between hire cars or the fixed itineraries of tours. This experience provides the best of both of worlds: return coach transport combined with ample free time to enjoy the whitewashed town, its Acropolis, and beach as you wish. A handy Lindos map, Rhodes Town hotel and port transfers; and hotel transfers from Ixia, Ialyssos, and Kallithea are included.
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sleepybexhill wrote a review Oct 2020
Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom1,259 contributions493 helpful votes
It’s a small 14/15 century church with surprisingly intact wall paintings from the same period. Worth the short diversion from the main road. Free and open all day.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Karin and Filip wrote a review Sep 2020
Eeklo, Belgium2,164 contributions266 helpful votes
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Late Byzantine church containing 15th century frescoes. In the beginning of the 20th Century the dome almost collapsed but it was rebuilt by the Italian Regime and because of this restauration the dome has no Frescoes anymore. Very nice and a must see when in Rhodes!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Fussyfi wrote a review Aug 2020
England120 contributions91 helpful votes
A small church by the side of the road with parking opposite. The frescos are old, but beautiful. The church is tranquil and cool. There is a small water feature opposite and when we stopped the local goats were climbing the trees. Free to enter. Active place of worship so please respect this in conduct and attire.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Steve M wrote a review Oct 2019
Perranporth, United Kingdom34 contributions7 helpful votes
Great little stop in the forests in the hillside, natural spring encased in marble in lay-by opposite the church, water tastes great, very different from what you expect. Local farmers sell their olive oil, cheeses, honey and fruit and veg. from their vans and trucks nearby.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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The_Running_Tenor wrote a review Sep 2019
Croydon, United Kingdom292 contributions91 helpful votes
Rhodes Old Town is amazing, but we found Lindos underwhelming. What we wanted was a bit more history and a bit less tourist attraction so after the excellent Ancient Kamiros, we headed into the hills taking the scenic route home. Agios Nikolaos is on the map but our guide book just talked of blurry frescoes. The small church (no more than a chapel really) is off to the side of a very quiet road next to a children's playground with some toilets and wild goats roaming around.Opposite the church there is a small parking area and a water fountain next to an olive tree. The church has that classic Orthodox cruciform shape with a domed roof. Inside, it is almost completely covered in frescoes. Yes they are not in perfect condition but most are clear and the colours are not faded. It's very atmospheric, absolutely free of charge (but hopefully you'll want to donate generously) and we had it to ourselves. A good example of why it's sometimes worth taking the scenic route home; you never know what you'll find. Even if you find nothing of interest, the scenery alone is worth the trip and it will only cost you some fuel.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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