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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 around the town a real adventure. According to tradition the temple of Athena was founded by Danaus, who came to the island with his 50 daughters to escape the rage of the goddess Hera. Follow the same ancient path that the ancient Rhodians took. When you reach the acropolis you will see a 280 BC relief of a ancient Greek warship carved into the rock, an indication of the naval power of ancient Rhodes.

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From Rhodes Town: Day Trip to Lindos

2. From Rhodes Town: Day Trip to Lindos

Avail of worry-free transportation from Rhodes Town, Ixia or Ialyssos and admire the typical villages and beautiful landscape on the 1-hour drive to Lindos. Get dropped off at a central parking lot on arrival, from where you can stroll to the village square in 5 minutes or take the shuttle bus to arrive in just 2 minutes. Avail of 4 hours of free time to choose what you want to do. Head to the acropolis to see the ruins of the Temple of Athena Lindia, or relax on the sandy beach. Enjoy refreshments in the cafés and restaurants, or buy gifts in the boutique stores. Return to the parking lot at 3:00 PM for the return journey to Rhodes Town, Ixia and Ialyssos.

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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.

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Rhodes: Old City Segway Tour

4. Rhodes: Old City Segway Tour

Ride through the medieval city of Rhodes, discover the main sights and cover more ground than you would on foot with this segway tour. After a quick induction and safety briefing, begin the journey to your first stop, the Palace of the Grand Masters. Admire the architecture of this imposing monument before riding along the medieval Street of the Knights.  See The Church of the Virgin of the Burgh and the Medieval Moat as well as many other secret spots before continuing your journey to Rhodes' modern seaside area. Here, feel the breeze of the Aegean Sea, ride past the famous windmills, and enjoy the view at the Lighthouse of Saint Nicholas which sits at the entrance of the Mandraki harbor. Stop at several locations along the way for photos. If you haven't got a camera your guide can take photos of you and have them sent after the tour at no extra charge. Finally, follow an alternative route back to the starting point to see as much of the city as possible.

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Lindos: 7-Hour Trip From Rhodes Town

5. Lindos: 7-Hour Trip From Rhodes Town

The archaeological site of Lindos is a popular holiday destination, known and loved for its fine beaches and the stately ancient citadel that sits on a steep cliff overlooking the sea. Situated on the southeast coast of Rhodes, Lindos is a must-see for visitors to this Greek island. Meet your driver at your hotel in Rhodes Town and begin the day’s journey with an air-conditioned drive to the Acropolis of Greece. Just 55 kilometers later, enjoy 5 hours of free time to explore Lindos at your own pace.  Climb the hill to the Acropolis of Lindos and relish in breathtaking panoramic views of the surroundings from a height of 300 meters. Wander through the narrow streets of the traditional Greek village. Taste the local cuisine in one of the taverns or swim at one of the most impressive beaches on the island.

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Rhodes: Full–Day 4WD Northern Safari Tour

6. Rhodes: Full–Day 4WD Northern Safari Tour

Start your tour with pick–up from Rhodes center and head towards Kolimbia village, until you reach a traditional village for your first coffee or tea stop. Head off on a German–Italian war route in your 4x4 vehicle and take in the rich historical information, histories and local lifestyle as you pass through the small villages, monasteries and chapels. Enjoy the tranquility of the hidden off–road paths, dense vegetation and natural beauty.  Continue the day tour from east to west Rhodes as you reach the small traditional village of Kritinia. Take a lunch stop at a local tavern in the village square under Plateaus trees. Fully refreshed, continue your tour following an easy asphalt route back to your hotel. Create a memorable day out with the best panoramic views of northern, eastern, and western Rhodes, with amazing photo opportunities to capture every moment, unique hospitality and a professional yet relaxed service.

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Rhodes: Profitis Ilias Sunset Hike

7. Rhodes: Profitis Ilias Sunset Hike

Onboard a private coach, you will set off for the inland part of Rhodes, towards the central-western area. After a picturesque (approx, one hour from Rhodes town) drive, we reach Salakos, a beautiful agricultural village, located on the foothills of the mountain Profitis Ilias. After arriving, you will be invited to discover the third-biggest mountain of the island. The trails ascent as its slopes gradually, with the well-maintained trails also suitable for beginner hikers due to its quality. Most of the hike is under the shade of ilex trees, pine trees, and some olive trees. During the uphill, the views are magnificent towards the Aegean Sea, the coastline of Turkey and some nearby islands. After having arrived at the meadow, you can admire the famous “Elafos and Elafina” (male and female deer in Greek), and former Italian buildings built by Italian Colonists on 1929 and 1932 following an Alpine Style of architecture. You will also visit the “Villa de Vecci” house of the former Italian Governor of Rhodes, and the Byzantine Church of Profitis Elias. Following a short break and a snack, you will begin your descent back to Salakos. At the appropriate point, time will be given to admire the sun going down in the Aegean Sea behind the miniature island of Halki. After arriving back in Salakos, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

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From Rhodes: Boat Trip to Symi Island with Hotel Transfer

8. From Rhodes: Boat Trip to Symi Island with Hotel Transfer

Admire the beauty of the island of Symi on a day trip from Rhodes. After a pick-up from your hotel, head to the harbor, board a boat, and enjoy the cruise. Once in Symi, wander the city and see the natural sponges that live along the coast of the island. Visit one of the countless monasteries or chapels on the island, scale the 400 steps of the Kali Strata and see the rest of the Johanniter fortress, then simply enjoy the incredible view over the city and sea.

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Rhodes Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Bus

9. Rhodes Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour Bus

Explore Rhodes, the island of the Knights. Discover the long history and significant culture which has developed  throughout the years. The island has a rich collection of historical sites and monuments that represent the Greek history and which are worth visiting.  Benefit from this truly unique opportunity to visit the city of Rhodes and become acquainted with several of its sights and points of interest, both within the city and along the trajectory from site to site.  Have the opportunity to stop at the Aquarium, the port of Mandraki, the Government buildings, the New Market, the Old Town with the Palace of the Great Magister, the New Marina, the hill of Monte Smith with the Acropolis of the Ancient city of Rhodes, the Temple of God Apollonas, the Ancient Theatre and the Ancient Stadium. The audio guides on the bus are available in 9 languages, Greek, English, German Italian, Spanish, Russian, French, Turkish and Hebrew.

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Private Tour in The Jewish Quarter & Grand Master's Palace

10. Private Tour in The Jewish Quarter & Grand Master's Palace

The medieval city of Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known throughout the world. Less well known, however, is the Jewish Quarter that once flourished within its walls. This exclusive half-day tour introduces you to the fascinating Jewish heritage of Rhodes Old Town, before taking you back in time to its medieval origins. Start with a stroll through La Juderia, the Jewish Quarter, wandering along the narrow, winding lanes, learning from a local knowledgeable guide as they bring to life the history of La Juderia and the Jewish people who made Rhodes their home.  Along the way, visit notable Jewish landmarks including Alhadeff Park and Alhadeff Street, named after a prominent Jewish family, the Square of the Martyred Jews and its seahorse fountain, and the Holocaust Memorial. You’ll also visit the Kahal Kadosh Synagogue, the oldest synagogue in Greece, and the Jewish Museum of Rhodes.  Next, take a journey back in time to the medieval period. The guide will describe how the battles and sieges fought by the Knights of St. John shaped the town we see today. Admire medieval monuments and walk along the famous Street of the Knights, the best-preserved medieval street in Europe. The tour concludes at the 14th century Palace of the Grand Master, once home to the leader of the Knights of St. John of Rhodes. Today it’s a museum housing medieval furniture, elaborate mosaics, and archaeological exhibits from Rhodes. 

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What people are saying about Rhodes

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 1,477 reviews

Very good staff!!!! Very helpful!!!! Will do it again as soon we are back in Rhodes island!!!!

Worth to use this bus tour. The bus was always on time to pick me up from the stations

We liked the sights a lot. Very nice staff and good driver

Excellent, beautiful places to see. Very good staff

Worth the money, cheapest hop on hop off in Europe