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

Tour is approx.
5 hours long.
Prices are available
on request.
We'll take a scenic drive along the coast from Rhodes Town to Lindos, where we will visit the acropolis and ancient and medival remains at this stunning site.

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. Leaving the harbor area, drive to Lindos along the picturesque eastern coastline, scattered with whitewashed villages.

This enchanting site was home to an ancient naval power and a center of the Knights of Saint John in the 14th Century. Within the Medieval walls, the Acropolis of Lindos stands 400 feet above the sea. From the acropolis, you have breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and St. Paul’s Bay, where the apostle cast anchor on route to Ephesus.

Proceed on foot up to the Great Staircase leading from the Hellenistic portico to the Temple of Athena, one of the most important Temples of the Ancient Greek World.

After visiting the acropolis, you will have some free time to browse the interesting little shops that line the narrow streets of this attractive village.

Continue back to Rhodes Town and the port to rejoin your cruise.  

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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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