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Tomb of Kleoboulos

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Chichi wrote a review Sep 2019
Graz, Austria12 contributions2 helpful votes
Nice view on the eastern coastline of the island but do not underestimate the hike and bring some water with you. Starting point is above the parking lot of the main beach.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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AlfieMoomin wrote a review Jun 2019
United Kingdom1,225 contributions98 helpful votes
We embarked on this trip to take in the marvellous views of Lindos away from the bustling crowds. We set off early morning 5am to see the sunrise over the tomb & also avoid the high temps The walk is very nice, and doable even for those with not much walking experience. There is a path all the way which at times is rocky - trainers or walking shoes are a must no flip flops! Ensure you take a bottle of water with you. We met a lot of wild goats along the way - at first we were a bit weary but they just moved out of the way A few trees and an old windmill offer some shade. The tomb itself is nothing special, but you are rewarded with fantastic views of Lindos and Vlicha Bays and the sunrise was spectacular. Its took us 40mins each way to walk to the Tomb at a moderate pace. The track picks up behind Lindos main beach, past the arches nightclub and free car parks for the beach. Once you reach the windmill the path fades away however the way to the tomb & the climb up is marked out with red spots painted on the rocks. We really enjoyed the walk but would advise early morning to avoid the intense heat - very few shady spots along the route.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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GusMcC wrote a review May 2019
Dundee, United Kingdom75 contributions17 helpful votes
After many years of procrastinating about doing this trip, unseasonably cloudy weather “forced” my hand. Now firstly don’t attempt this if you don’t like walks as this one is a doozie! Follow the path and when the path disappears, look for the goats as they know the way! All in, it’s about a 7 mile round trip (according to my iPhone) but the views along the way add to the whole reverence of what you are actually doing. You can look and even go inside the tomb if that’s your choice and it’s certainly worth the visit if you feel you can make the trek.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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magnoliasunday wrote a review May 2019
Epsom, United Kingdom378 contributions109 helpful votes
It's a long walk out there and the paths are quite rocky, but the views make it worthwhile, especially if you don't want to be on the beach all day!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Derek P wrote a review Oct 2018
Lanark, United Kingdom204 contributions59 helpful votes
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 a lonely olive tree around halfway. Allow two hours, but take good footwear for walking as the terrain is rocky with loose stones. A lovely walk, more trees would be nice but this is southern Greece!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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