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Reviewed 4 days ago

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 October,very busy ,even though end of season.
Lovely place to visit and pick up some souvenirs,have a good meal in stunning surroundings.Very friendly ,welcoming people wherever we went and no pressure from anyone to buy anything.

Thank Louise T
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Reviewed 4 days ago

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 front of Lindos itself (where the ‘roundabout tree’ is – toilets there if needed). Taxis can take you for 4 Euros (5 Euros if ships are in port at Rhodes). A bus also ferries people but was jam packed – I think only those who can’t make the walk, or are short of time should consider these.
The village is a mix of restaurants and bars, shops, churches and you could easily enjoy an hour wandering through these. Most people pass by on the way to the Acropolis, but a break in a bar with a view is worthwhile. Pretty flowers and white walls are the theme, but look out for the donkey trains taking tourists up to the Acropolis for (I think it was) 8 Euros if you can handle the smell. I am told the donkeys are healthy and well cared for, so they need to earn a living, and if you are a bit unsteady on your feet, it may give the day an added excitement.
As the streets have a lot of steps and can be slippery after rain, it is vital to wear good shoes in Lindos.

Thank RAPCopperfields
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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.

Thank JUNE M
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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. Usually very busy with tourists. A must visit!

, Narrow pedestrianised streets, many cobbled lined by a variety of gifts shops and restauants/bars,many with terraced rooftops offering stunning views.

Thank armart
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Reviewed 1 week ago

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 quite busy when we were there.

Thank Touzeau900
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stayed here for our daughters wedding. Lovely place, magical setting.lots to see , history and beaches.

Thank carolyn30shetland
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

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 as light destroys the painted interior. You can however buy post cards.There are restaurant/bars if you want to sit have a meal and relax. The streets are narrow and with white washed houses very lovely place well worth a visit.

Thank Dawn F
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited the magical location of Lindos on several occasions in the past but this time was far better. We visited last week in October and the place was a delight ... it was quiet ! In the height of season this place gets mental but at the end of the season the place is amazing. Small narrows cobbled streets were quiet, car park quiet and shops and restaurants were still open. If you get a chance regardless of the time of year this is one place you must visit if your in Rhodes

Thank Leedstraveller2011
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lindos is full of small little streets. Plenty of restaurants, boasting their open air garden dining on their flat roofs. Very enjoyable. Good quality food we found. Usual shops, but more expensive than the capital Rhodos. We went end of season and enjoyed walking about. Very popular coach tour destination. I would guess it will be very crowded at height of season, so you wouldn't enjoy the buildings. Do visit the Acropolis. If you don't want to climb the hill, donkey rides are available to the top

Thank John G
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A delightful village full of shops and great eateries. A wonderful place to look round whilst on holiday and the welcoming atmosphere is excellent.

Thank LpoolChris
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