Bus Trip to Lindos Village & Seven Springs

Bus Trip to Lindos Village & Seven Springs

From US$ 31.71 per person

On this day trip you will visit 2 places on Rhodes Island: first, you go to 7 Springs for 45 minutes and, after, you visit Lindos village for 3 hours.

About this activity

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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 6 hours
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Pickup included
Customers can be picked up from their hotels or very close to their hotels.
Wheelchair accessible


  • Relax in a true oasis at 7 Springs
  • Explore the lake at 7 Springs by walking through a narrow tunnel
  • Discover why Lindos village is one of the most popular locations in Greece
Full description
First, visit 7 Springs, 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, 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.
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrance fees
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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What to bring

  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimwear
  • Towel
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3.9 /5

based on 135 reviews

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We were picked up on time ( a bit earlier actually) and then the others before taking us to seven springs. He told us to follow a path that took us through a one way tunnel which is dark and filled with cool water. So wear shorts and have your phone torch and spare rubber shoes slippers to hand. There are no signs at the end of the tunnel apart from waterfall which was serene and lovely. As the stop is only 45 mins long we had no time to explore but then got lost on the way back. There is a shortcut to the waterfalls from the car park but the trip is only for medium to fit people. Lindos was lovely with the narrow pebbled streets and houses. The beach was Sandy and long. Plenty of places to eat. Again no signs to the main set off point. An enjoyable trip.

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August 18, 2021

The minibus was great, aircon working efficiently. The driver was punctual and friendly. Covid-19 safety measures were in place but unfortunately nearly half of them didn't wear masks during our drive although the driver told them to and gave free masks. Not the tour operator fault nor drivers fault, just some selfish tourists abroad.

July 30, 2021

Lovely half day trip

You will be picked up at your hotel and driven towards Lindos. Nice and beautiful town with a lot of shops. You choose whether you want to go up 255 stairs to the acropolis, entrance to this is not included in the trip. Afterwards we were driven to Seven springs. We thought there were seven springs, but there is only one, so do not, as we did, look for more ;-) Nice place with peacocks and ducks, but a little difficult to pass for the poor (I was on crutches) That walking through the tunnel to the waterfall was a very special experience. After 20-30 meters it is pitch dark and the tunnel becomes narrower at some point. Make sure you wear a pair of shoes or beach sandals, because there are pebbles in the water on the narrow path you walk on. Also, make sure, especially if you are short-legged, to wear shorts, it had just rained when we were there, so there was more water in the tunnel than otherwise. At least my knee-length trousers ended up being wet at the end of the tunnel :-)

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October 21, 2019

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