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There is a faint rocky path from the main beach car park all the way to Kleoboulos's tomb, with super views all the way, including views back across Lindos bay to the acropolis. Take plenty of water - no shade until the windmill, except for...More
Despite the high temperatures of August, we embarked on this trip to escape the crowded Lindos beach and explore what looked like an interesting area. The walk is indeed very nice, with gorgeous views on Lindos castle and the sea. We met a lot of...More
This is the ruin you can see at the end of the peninsular. Its a good hours walk each way but makes a nice change from hedonistic pastimes. Not a lot to see that you can't see with binoculars from your terrace or balcony but...More
Firstly the footpath for this walk is easy to pick up. Venture down towards the beach and located it to the left hand side of the car park just as the road bends sharp to the right and down to the beach.
The walk is...More
It’s a fairly straight forward hike along the peninsula. About 4K all told. The start isn’t difficult to find and the path, whilst not over-used, is always visible. Scenery is magnificent. The path takes you through wild thyme, alive with honey bees, past an ancient...More
It is kind of far away if You want to walk from Lindos, and I didn't have much time, so I borrowed a canoe for 5 Euros on the beach and paddled there, climbed up, looked around and got back to the beach. All in...More
As such, the tomb is nothing special but it at least gives you an opportunity to escape the crowds at Lindos. Next to that, the path to the tomb is taking you off the beaten track. It's quite and peaceful. Although the walk is only...More
All daylight visitors to Lindos can see the tomb at the end of the point across the inlet from the Acropolis. There is a derelict windmill half way along the point and the tomb is right at the end - it looks like a pillbox...More
We're booked for two weeks in Lindos in April. We've been many times before, but usually only had a week, and mostly stayed put other than an occasional trip to Rhodes town on the local bus, As we have more time, I'd like to explore further afield, but I'd rather use the local buses than hire a car - is that possible? How reliable are the timetables, as it's so early in the season? Any recommendations of where to go? Olympic usually do some trips, but I prefer to DIY and save money (got to...More
March 15, 2017|
Thanks very much to both of you for your suggestions. We're going for the Easter holidays, so right in the middle of April but maybe they'll be more buses in the second week, we'll keep checking. Staying one or two nights in Rhodes Town is certainly something to consider, and I will check out the agents in the village. As you say there might not be enough demand for trips to run, but then we love it when it's quiet in Lindos, so maybe we won't want to tear ourselves away!