As we followed our guide on the path to the top on a wet day, he warned us to be careful coming down. The ruins and views were magnificent. As we started to descend we walked gingerly down the stone path with no railing. I...More
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This a must when visiting Lindos, this is a spectacular well preserved temple on a cliffs top location, with very panoramic views. To access it is via a very steep, stepped path, which can be a bit daunting, even in dry conditions. It gives you...More
This has got to be a must on any visit to Rhodes, despite its popularity which, even in October, made a Saturday visit a bit of a crush (metaphorically!). Well-preserved temple in a wonderful clifftop setting (magnificent views) which really gives you an insight into...More
Visiting ancient sights is always magical, these fantastic building dwelling built in very inaccessible areas in the days before heavy machinery, mans ingenuity is amazing.
Great to see such a wonderful piece of archaeological history it gives you a great sense of the past. Some parts have been restored which may upset purists but I liked seeing how it would have been which would have been difficult without and it...More
visited here on a bus trip. the view from the top of the hill is beautiful. you can either walk up the hill or take a donkey ride for something different.
We had booked an excursion which took us to Lindos and then around Old Town Rhodes Town. It was a great excursion but really needed more time in Lindos. You are dropped at the bus park & then have to walk down into Lindos as...More
Rising high above the village of Lindos, the 300 BC Acropolis dominates the skyline. From the main square in the village, prepare for your ascent. Hopefully you are wearing decent walking shoes, carrying a bottle of water and 12 eu, and wearing a hat and...More
The Acropolis of Lindos is 300 steps above the town. The steps are uneven and smooth. They are slippery when dry, can’t imagine what they would be like in the fall/winter rain. You can walk up or take the donkeys up from the the town....More
You cant go to Lindos and not visit the Acropolis, the views are breathtaking !! Make sure you wear good walking shoes with good grip, some areas are extemely slippery where the stones you walk on have been polished by the donkeys and visitors !...More