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RHODES TOUR: OLD TOWN & LINDOS - Full Day, arrive any day (Supplement applies to Sundays and holidays.)
Pick-up and drop-off at Rhodes port

Tour is approx.
8 hours long.
Price is $775 per person in a party of two.

For larger parties, please see complete price table below.
Explore this historical island with your private guide. Walk back in time in Medieval Rhodes Town, visit the stunning acropolis at ancient Lindos and much more!

This private Rhodes shore excursion tour is guaranteed to operate with a minimum of 2 passengers.

You will be met at the port to begin your tour.

Drive along the east coast of Rhodes to Lindos, the most beautiful village on the island. The village has been declared a monument for preservation and so has been able to retain most of its traditional color and charm. Above the white homes of Lindos and the blue of the Aegean rises the acropolis, sacred to the goddess Athena Lyndia and a mighty fortress.
The ancient sanctuary is built on ascending terraces, with the Temple of Athena Lyndia (4th century BCE) at the highest point. Also within the acropolis are the remains of a Byzantine Church and the fortification of the Knights of St. John. From the top you can look down on St. Paul’s Bay, where it is said the apostle first set foot on the island in the year 52 CE.


Down from the acropolis, there will be time to walk the narrow streets of Lindos, visit its medieval church, shop or sit to have a cool drink in one of many cafes.

Board your touring vehicle for the medieval Old Town of Rhodes. Take a walking tour to see the Street of Knights and the mighty Grand Master’s Palace.

After touring Old Town, you will have time to browse some of the many shops.

At the end of the day, you will transferred to the port to join your cruise.



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This shore excursion is yours to design. If you wish to see or do something that is not covered here, let us know!

We offer private, custom shore excursions in Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco and Jordan as well as Greece!

One of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World was the Colossus of Rhodes, a statue of the sun god Helios that stood 100 feet tall at the entrance of the Rhodes harbor. The statue was built to celebrate the island's victory against siege by Antigonus I Monophthalmus, one of the generals of Alexander the Great. The statue was largely composed of reforged, abandoned siege weapons. The statue stood for only 56 years and was destroyed by an earthquake in 226BCE.

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January 1, 2017-December 31, 2018*


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