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Bus Trip to Lindos Village & Seven Springs

1. Bus Trip to Lindos Village & Seven Springs

First, visit 7 Springs for 1 hour, which offers a cool, magical landscape at a real oasis, swamped in greenery. Water flows out from the springs all year around, and ends up in a small lake. You can get to the lake by walking through a narrow tunnel. The second stop after 7 springs is Lindos village, which is the most popular sightseeing destination in Rhodes. Discover its charming atmosphere, friendly inhabitants, and lovely sandy beaches. During your stay in Lindos for 3 hours, you can explore the village by strolling through the small narrow streets dotted with wonderful souvenir shops, cafes, and restaurants. If you prefer ancient sites, then a visit to the Acropolis is a must - the view from the top is breathtaking.

From Rhodes: Lindos Round-Trip Bus Transfer with Free Time

2. From Rhodes: Lindos Round-Trip Bus Transfer with Free Time

The archaeological site of Lindos is a popular holiday destination, known and loved for its fine beaches and the stately ancient citadel that sits on a steep cliff overlooking the sea. Situated on the southeast coast of Rhodes, Lindos is a must-see for visitors to this Greek island. Meet your driver at your hotel in Rhodes Town and begin the day’s journey with an air-conditioned drive to the Acropolis of Greece. Just 55 kilometers later, enjoy 5 hours of free time to explore Lindos at your own pace.  Climb the hill to the Acropolis of Lindos and relish in breathtaking panoramic views of the surroundings from a height of 300 meters. Wander through the narrow streets of the traditional Greek village. Taste the local cuisine in one of the taverns or swim at one of the most impressive beaches on the island.

Rhodes: Wine, Lindos Villages, and Butterfly Valley Day Trip

3. Rhodes: Wine, Lindos Villages, and Butterfly Valley Day Trip

Expereince the sights and flavors of Rhodes on a guided bus day trip with hotel transfers from select cities. Stroll through the streets of Lindos, sample local flavors and wines in Stafyllos, eat like a Greek with lunch at a restaurant, and uncover the colors of Butterfly Valley.  Enjoy the convenience of pickup from your hotel in Rhodes, Ialysos, Koskinou, Paradeisi, Kremasti, or Faliraki.  Hop aboard a comfortable bus and stay cool and connected with air-conditioning and onboard WIFI. Relax on the scenic drive to the village of Lindos. Walk through the narrow streets and catch glimpses of the sea between charming, whitewashed buildings. Have free time to purchase tickets to the clifftop acropolis where you can admire ancient Greek architecture including a Temple of Athena. Pass by picturesque villages and thorugh dense forests as you make your way to the mountains of Rhodes. Strop for panoramic views across the island and out over sea where islands are scattered in the deep blue Aegean. Drive to the village of Stafyllos to try some Greek wines, honey, and olive oil. Visit the award-winning restaurant "Elias" to be served characteristic traditional Rhodesian flavors for lunch. Enjoy unlimited wine with your dining experience. Finally, head to a green valley full of the rare (Panaxia Quadripunctaria) butterfly. Soak in the atmosphere of this natural park full of babbling streams, small waterfalls, and lakes. Go for a stroll on a wooden path and cross over quaint bridges in this idyllic landscape. Return to your accommodation in the evening.

Rhodes: Island Tour by Bus

4. Rhodes: Island Tour by Bus

Discover the most important attractions of Rhodes with the assistance of a guide who will provide you with a comprehensive update on the history and culture of the island. Stop at the Valley of the Butterflies, a world-renowned site of exceptional scenic beauty. Witness a valley that has lavishly grown with the plane and pine trees, crossed by gargling streams, and peopled by innumerous butterflies often resting by the thousands along the tree trunks. Head to the village of Embonas, famous for its vineyards and top-quality wineries yielding some of the island’s best wines – yours to taste and enjoy. Move on to the village of Sianna for some history and a visit to the ruins of the fort of Monolithos. Immediately afterward, the journey will take you to the island’s southernmost tip, known as cape Prasonisi, connected to Rhodes through a narrow strip of sandy land, forming two exotic beachfronts on either side. On the trip back, Lindos awaits to enchant you with its truly impressive citadel and the breathtaking, 'birdseye' views from above.

Hiking Tour Exploring Lindos

5. Hiking Tour Exploring Lindos

Discover Lindos in an unusual way, by hiking to the historical archeological site, the Acropolis of Lindos. Hike through the old pine trees and unexpected greenery, before exploring the ancient site. See it from many different angles and take the option to go inside. The hiking tour starts in the area of Vlicha, a beach located close to Lindos, on the East coast of Rhodes. Set off on the trail, and leave behind the buzz of the busy main road as you head towards the west on a dirt track. Very soon, find yourself hiking in the shade of old pine trees. The greenery here is a pleasant surprise when you think of how rocky and barren the land around Lindos is, as seen from the road. Pass the imposing limestone mountainsides and on the way, visit an impressive cave. It is here in the area of the cave that you can see how the people of Lindos once provided for themselves agriculturally. Discover an unusual way of visiting such an important historical archaeological site. You will never forget your first glimpse of it from on high, surrounded by the magnificent colors of the Mediterranean Sea. The colors are even more breathtaking when as you look down onto Navarone Bay, where you look in wonderment at the blues and greens of the water there. Once in Lindos. you have time to explore the narrow lanes from up close and visit the archaeological site if you wish. On the way back, take a different route, allowing you to admire Lindos from yet another angle. Enjoy a visit to an intriguing little church, nestled among the rocks. Here, you can admire another popular beach on the island, Vlicha, and views all along the coast towards the north of the island.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 216 reviews

If you are looking for an ancient ruin, a small cute village to drink some coffee and buy some souvenirs or a sandy and calm beach, than Lindos is definitely worth a visit for you. The driver was on time to pick you up from/near your hotel and the 1 hour ride doesn't seem long at all. Tip If you want to see the Acropolis, make sure to do it first. The other tour busses will arrive soon and the queue can get pretty long. Or just book an online ticket ;)

I really liked 7 springs and a nice walk that ended in a dark tunnel and you definitely have to wear waterproof shoes. Lindos Village very beautiful sandy beach and warm water.. Super... But the walk from the bus stop starts uphill and very steep and after that it's quite difficult to walk back up. would like to spend more time in that beautiful village because 3 hours is not enough.

Very nice roundtrip, the guide (Karl-Heinz) was super knowledgable about the history of Rhodos, very interesting to learn so much about the history of the island

Loved seven springs a lot. Much time is allotted to Lindos visiting, for me was too much, but that's only my opinion. A bit hard to find the bus on big parkings.

Very punctual pick up and much easier than getting the local bus - well worth the extra money and a lot less than a taxi!