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The ancient town of Lindos, 45 km to the south of the city of Rhodes, with its narrow streets and white houses, was founded by the Dorians in the 10th century B.C. In the 8th century, it had already become a major trading centre, due to its geographical position between Greece and the Middle East. Archaeological finds on the Acropolis of Lindos reveal the ancient town’s great wealth. The Doric 4th-century temple was devoted to Athena Lindia. The Propylaea (gateways) of the Sanctuary consist of a staircase and five door openings. You will have the chance to see the relief of an ancient warship, called trireme, at the foot of the staircase. Two towers of the medieval knight’s castle are well-preserved. Outside the castle, on the southwest side of the moat, an ancient theatre used to stand. Today its only remains are some rows of seats and part of the auditorium.
It is believed that the theatre could hold 1,800 spectators. Notice the majestic houses dating to the 16th -18th centuries, built by rich seamen, and make a stop to the church of Panagia with its amazing frescoes.
Ticket price for the Acropolis: 6 euros
Opening hours: Tu-Su 08:00-14:30

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Along with Lindos and Iallisos, Kamiros was an important urban centre on the island in ancient times. Built amphitheatrically on a hill, overlooking the Aegean, the ancient city’s road planning and its aqueduct can be seen today. Located 30 km SW of Rhodes.

Opening hours: 08:00-19:40, Mo 08:00-14:40
Ticket price: 4 euros


A walk in this quaint bay, standing under the Kallithea baths is amply worth it, thanks to the art-deco building, commissioned by the Italians in 1929 with its impressive rotunda and ornate stone decorations.


Overlooking the little village of Monolithos in SW Rhodes, the homonymous castle –built on a 236 m promontory- was built in the 15th century by the Knights. To reach it, climb the path to its gates.


No trip to Rhodes would be complete without a taste of the incomparable local produce. Honey and olive oil, local cheeses and ouzo, will provide one more memorable experience. Jewelry and ceramics of the highest quality, as well as exquisite local wines, are to be found in the city’s shops.