Lindos Nature & adventure

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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.

Rhodes: Stand-Up Paddle and Snorkel Adventure

2. Rhodes: Stand-Up Paddle and Snorkel Adventure

Discover what it feels like to stand up on water during an amazing stand-up paddleboard adventure off the east coast of Rhodes. Get an introductory lesson and the chance to warm up in the small village of Stegna. Then, when everybody feels comfortable and confident to start, journey alongside the cliff-lined coast and get stunning views of unique sites that are only accessible from the sea. Marvel at the marine life at the half-way point as you get the option to explore a secret cave full of fish during a snorkeling activity. Dive into the water from the tall cliffs if you feel brave! Then, paddle on to a secluded bay to enjoy a traditional Greek snack and go for another dip with your snorkel gear. Alternatively, relax on the beach and top up your tan before you head back to Stegna at a relaxed pace.

Other Sightseeing Options in Lindos

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What people are saying about Lindos

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 478 reviews

Bus picked us up from our hotel (near Kallithea) exactly on time. Pick up time was communicated by email and phone the day before. Minibus was clean and well maintained. We had about an hour at the Springs and the walk from the bus to the tunnel was about 10 mins. Flip-flops or water shoes would be good for waking in the tunnel, but it can be done barefoot. 3 hours in Lindos was enough time to see the town and the acropolis and get some lunch. Recommend buying tickets for the acropolis in advance in the busy summer months as there was a long queue to buy on the door which you can walk right past if you have them already. Just to know, this isn't a guided tour, just transport, which was great for us. The driver gave us maps at the springs and Lindos if you needed them.

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 trip! Half an hour longer at the springs would have been nice because it is a very special experience and we would have liked to have explored it more intensively. Lindos is absolutely worth seeing. We strolled leisurely through the side streets and found a restaurant off the beaten track where we could enjoy the unique view of the beautiful bay.

A really lovely day out - though I absolutely recommend doing this trip early on in your holiday when you still have energy because it is exhausting! Completely worth it though.

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.