Lindos
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Our most recommended Lindos Cruises & Boat Tours

  • From Rhodes City: Boat Day Trip to Lindos

    1. From Rhodes City: Boat Day Trip to Lindos

    On this tour, you will visit the stunningly beautiful village of Lindos by boat. On the way back, the boat will make stops at Anthony Quinn's Bay for photos and both Tsambika's and Lindos's emerald bays so you can relax and go for a swim. The boat departs at 8:50 AM from Mandraki port and returns at approximately 5:30 PM. Lindos is a magnificent acropolis on an imposing rock. On the top of the rock stands a centuries-old acropolis, proudly overlooking the archipelagos. The acropolis bears silent witness to Lindos’ glorious past, a major naval power of ancient times which reputedly had a population of 17,000. The view of Lindos village, with its cubic houses sprawling down the hillside under the acropolis, is one of the most photographed scenes in Greece. The whitewashed labyrinth of little alleyways was deliberately designed to confuse pirates, today this layout makes wandering aroun...

    +1 hour free time in Lindos would be very useful, but the whole trip was perfect. Congratulations to the crew.

  • Rhodes Town: High-Speed Boat Trip to Lindos

    2. Rhodes Town: High-Speed Boat Trip to Lindos

    With a late departure from Rhodes City, your Rhodes to Lindos journey time takes just 1 hour, providing you with 4 hours' sightseeing time in the village of Lindos. This boat trip is the ideal solution to best visit and experience Lindos, which is considered the "jewel of Rhodes". Leaving Mandraki Harbour, where the Colossos of Rhodes was said to have stood, delight in the details of the amazing east coast of the island. Pass Kallithea, Faliraki, Anthony Quinn, and Tsambika, to name just a few of the amazing bays. From the jetty in Lindos' main bay, take a donkey or a Shank's pony to the top of the dominant Acropolis to discover its breath-taking views. Following this, descend to the traditional village of Lindos where you will be free to meander amongst the shaded cobbled streets and whitewashed buildings, before you descend further down to the golden sandy beaches. Once at these bea...

    A speedy, picturesque way to get to Lindos. Just don't sit on the upper deck, land- side, on the way back - you'll get very wet!!

  • East Coast of Rhodes Sea Kayaking and Snorkeling Activity

    3. East Coast of Rhodes Sea Kayaking and Snorkeling Activity

    Go sea kayaking from Kathara Beach, in the Faliraki area. From there, you’ll paddle alongside secluded beaches and spectacular rock formations that contribute to the emerald green color of the waters around you. During this 5-hour activity, there will be multiple opportunities for swimming and snorkeling at Ladiko and Traounou Beach, followed by a delicious homemade picnic at Traounou Beach. On the return trip, take your time and enjoy the tranquility of your surroundings. After arriving back at the starting point, some time will be given to relax and have a shower at the nearby taverna/beach bar. Finally, you’ll be transferred back to your pickup location, if you choose the tour option with transfers.

    Absolutely amazing and unforgettable experience. The guides are so fun, helpful and knowledgeable and they really make the experience special. They provided us with a picnic lunch with fresh ingredients and traditional Greek food, of which there was plenty to go around. We even finished the day with a race and a beer. We used the hotel transfers which was so efficient and handy. Definitely the best thing we’ve done in Rhodes and would definitely recommend!

  • Rhodes Town: Scenic Cruise to Lindos with Swim Stops

    4. Rhodes Town: Scenic Cruise to Lindos with Swim Stops

    The day begins with pickup from your accommodation, or the nearest pickup point, in Rhodes Town. Head down to Mandraki Port and hop onboard your boat for the day then set sail along the east coast of the island. Admire unparalleled views of the iconic Dama Dama Deer Statues, St. Nicholas Lighthouse, the Church of Evangelismos, and more. Pass by the resorts of Kallithea and Faliraki before arriving at the idyllic Anthony Quinn Bay. Enjoy a 20 minute stopover to cool off from the heat with a refreshing swim in the sea. Back on the boat, soak up the sunshine and the sea breeze as you continue onto Lindos Village. Arrive at the village and spend the next three hours exploring at your own pace, using your complimentary village map. Relax on one of the village’s white sandy beaches, or wander through the labyrinth of streets and alleyways where you can get a sense of local life. After your f...

    So scenic and relaxing. Remember to hurry to the roof or the front end of the ship to grab the best seats!

  • Rhodes: Stand-Up Paddle and Snorkel Adventure

    5. Rhodes: Stand-Up Paddle and Snorkel Adventure

    Discover what it feels like to stand up on water during an amazing stand-up paddleboard adventure off the east coast of Rhodes. Get an introductory lesson and the chance to warm up in the small village of Stegna. Then, when everybody feels comfortable and confident to start, journey alongside the cliff-lined coast and get stunning views of unique sites that are only accessible from the sea. Marvel at the marine life at the half-way point as you get the option to explore a secret cave full of fish during a snorkeling activity. Dive into the water from the tall cliffs if you feel brave! Then, paddle on to a secluded bay to enjoy a traditional Greek snack and go for another dip with your snorkel gear. Alternatively, relax on the beach and top up your tan before you head back to Stegna at a relaxed pace.

    Had a fantastic day paddle boarding, snorkelling and cliff jumping! Friendly and enthusiastic instructors, and a really nice sport once you get the hang of it (complete novice here but managed to stay on my feet for quite some time!). After cliff jumping we also got to swim through some caves and had photos taken. We had spare time at the end and where shown how to do some tricks on the boards too - great fun!

  • Lindos: Submarine Cruise with Swimming Stop at Navarone Bay

    6. Lindos: Submarine Cruise with Swimming Stop at Navarone Bay

    Enjoy the view of the Acropolis of Lindos and St. Paul's Bay from the top deck of the boat. Then go down below into the submarine section of the vessel and take a glimpse at the local marine life. Try your hand at feeding fish and take stunning photos of the reef of Lindos from the underwater chamber. Feel safe and relaxed in a dry environment with airconditioning and use the free WiFi on the boat to upload your selfies and stories on the spot. At the end of the cruise, make a stop for 30 minutes at the Navarone's Bay and enjoy swimming in crystal-clear green water.

    Taken to some great places for pictures and a swim in the bay. We got to see some fish under the boat being feed. The tour guides were great with the tour and helping everyone. I would bring some drinks with you as it does get very hot.

  • Lindos: Submarine Cruise with Swim Stop in Navarone Bay

    7. Lindos: Submarine Cruise with Swim Stop in Navarone Bay

    Meet your local guide at Vlicha Beach to board your semi-submarine cruise. Admire views of the ancient city as you head out to sea, or head below deck to catch a glimpse of life underwater where huge portholes look out to the seabed. As you cruise through the Aegean Sea, your tour guide will share stories about the coastline and its ancient history. Sail past Kleovoulos’ Tomb, Lindos Beach, and the chapel at St Paul's Bay. Just around the corner, look up for an incredible view of the ancient Acropolis. As you cruise past the reef at Lion’s Head Cove, catch sight of the local sea life from one of the giant portholes below deck. Your final stop is at the stunning Navarone Bay where you can take a swim in the crystal-clear waters.

  • From Rhodes Town: Private Yacht Cruise to Lindos with Lunch

    8. From Rhodes Town: Private Yacht Cruise to Lindos with Lunch

    Discover Lindos, which is sometimes known as 'the Pearl of Rhodes'. The crossing to Lindos features some of the most beautiful coastlines on the island of Rhodes. Once onboard, work on your suntan on the deck. Relax with a cold beer and delicious snacks. Ride on atop a donkey up to the ancient citadel. Once on the top of the hill, take in the panoramic views of the surrounding area. The sojourn in Lindos will last approximately 3 hours. During the crossing back to Rhodes, there will be a short stopover for swimming at Tsambika’s Beach.

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What people are saying about Lindos

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 55 reviews

This was a very high-end experience. From the bus pick up to the drop off, everything was carefully thought-through and organised so as to be extremely pleasurable. The guides are excellent teachers and had the right balance of encouragement and sense of fun. The group stops every now and then to look at something and learn some new information about what we are seeing. I felt really safe the whole time. And although we were much older than the others in our group, that didn’t matter at all. I would totally recommend this trip. It’s most fun if you are two people together but the one single person seemed to have a good time too.

Easy going, informative and helpful crews. The trip was a balance of fun in the water, historical information, and a lively picnic on the beach. We really enjoyed it! Highly recommend and well worth the money.

Amazing trip! The organisation was really good and our team of guides was super friendly we had lots of fun and learned a lot about the island, too! 5 stars!

+1 hour free time in Lindos would be very useful, but the whole trip was perfect. Congratulations to the crew.

It was Great:) I would appreciate more hours in Lindos