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Lovely visit and views are outstanding, quite steep in places and bit slippery on way down. Cruel how donkeys are used to carry people up and down and a charge of 12 euros once get so far up which was quite expensive
It’s well worth a visit , but really busy and quite touristy now, with all that brings.
Advice is to get there early or very late. Heed this as it was packed at 10am! Walk up to the acropolis is fine if you are active...More
The first thing to say is go as early as possible - any later than 1pm and the site would be impossibly hot - it is surrounded by white housing and very open. Most people seemed to want to post for selfies and there is...More
We got the bus from Rhodes town. Took about 1.5 hours. Lindos is a lovely village and the views coming in on the bus are amazing. The Acropolis is well worth a visit if you’re on the island and trumps Rhodes’ one with its location,...More
We took one of the boat trips from Rhodes town to Lindos which gave us about 3 hours there. Arriving at 11 we decided to head straight to the acropolis. It was 30° heat and we made it up in about 10 mins with the...More
It's a small Acropolis, but very lovely, many ruins and nice sculpted stones, in the entrance a sculpted ship in the stone; the view around in stunning, the ambiance wonderful; quite and if you like mythology and history, it's the right place; Lindos village is...More
As I am into Greek mythology and history i loved this place and think it's a must see. As the place is in ruins I recommend going with a tour guide to explain the structure of the acropolis and the amount of invasions Greece have...More
If on Rhodes you must visit Last nods Acropolis. Fantastic views from the top. You don’t have to go back n organised trips. There is a good bus service frequently from Rhodes New Town and much cheaper than organised trips. Also you can book boat...More
Response from Leximillion | Reviewed this property |
The village is also on the same cliff, so before you go bro it yo see a few views of the cliffs and beach, but if you ignore those and then just go to the village you might be ok (I Don’t have a fear if heights, so I am not... More
The village is also on the same cliff, so before you go bro it yo see a few views of the cliffs and beach, but if you ignore those and then just go to the village you might be ok (I Don’t have a fear if heights, so I am not the best advisor on this). Inside Lindos village less of an issue for people with heights as you don’t see or realise you are on the same cliff when you walk around. If you are at all claustrophobic Lindos village could be an issue as the streets are quite narrow and a little crowded.
Response from Rebeckah B | Reviewed this property |
I don't think that you would get a lot out of going to Lindos for the Acropolis if your wife needs to access via her mobility scooter. There are too many stairs and they are unavoidable to access the site. However, you could... More
I don't think that you would get a lot out of going to Lindos for the Acropolis if your wife needs to access via her mobility scooter. There are too many stairs and they are unavoidable to access the site. However, you could still enjoy some of the streets of Lindos town. If you are close by and happy to take the trip there, then the visit might be worthwhile without the Acropolis portion.