- Dodecanese Islands
- Rhodes Shore Excursion: Lindos half day city tour
- Tour Guide
- 1 Day
The Rhodes excursion includes licensed Guides and deluxe motor coaches or private air-conditioned taxis and commences with a one-hour scenic drive along the East Coast of the Island, which passes through different landscapes and many villages. At the village of Archangelos, the guests will enjoy a visit to a pottery factory, for a demonstration of handmade pottery being crafted at a Potter’s wheel.
At Lindos the ‘Jewel of the Island’ with the most attractive village on Rhodes, the guests will enjoy a guided visit of the Acropolis, which includes the Great Stoa, the Temple of Athena Lindia of the 4th century BC, the ancient theatre and the few remains of the temple of Dionysus. The view from the rock of the Acropolis, which rises shear 115m above the sea, is unique. The excursion continues through the picturesque medieval village, built amphitheatrically around the foot of the steep rock leading to the acropolis. The guests will see traditionally built white stone houses with their decorated pebble stone floors, many dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries, taking you back to another era.
The final visit is to the 15th century medieval church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, with its octagonal dome, unusual belfry, carved iconostasis and 17th century wall paintings (guiding inside the church is not allowed).
- Admire the beauty of the East Coast of Rhodes
- Visit a pottery factory in Archangelos village
- Visit the Acropolis of Lindos
- Walk in the Medieval City of Lindos
- Enjoy the services of a very experienced professional guide
- Professional English speaking guide
- Transportation by a luxury taxi or mini bus
- Entrance fees
- All taxes
- Lunch and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Personal expenses
The selling price is for min 2 persons.
For Sunday and Public Holidays a supplement of 140 € will apply. For more info, please contact us.
You can choose to do this tour at 08.00 am or at 13.30 pm.
|From 2019-04-01 To 2020-03-31|