The village of Lindos is so quintessentially Greek, you'll be forgiven for feeling that you've stepped back in time. But behind the whitewashed walls you will find that traditional meets modern in a truly rare combination which continues to draw both day trippers and package holidaymakers back year upon year.
The sugar cube houses and buildings of Lindos lie nestled on the hillside which leads up to the famous Acropolis. Its dominant presence overlooks the winding alleys and the stunning coastline and is an ever present reminder of Lindos's dramatic and powerful History.
Lindos also boasts some of the most beautiful beaches on the Island. Lindos main beach, Pallas Beach and St. Paul's Bay all contribute to the visitors numbers to the resort and its clear, shallow and welcoming waters are often home to many a sailing boat and yacht who can't resist the charm of the resort. St. Paul's Bay is also home to the famous St. Paul's Chapel which hosts hundreds of weddings every year and is one of the most popular destination wedding locations in the world and with the Acropolis and Lindian coastline as the backdrop its clear to see why.
In the Village itself you will find that traditional tavernas, modern restaurants, bars, craft shops, jewellers and even night clubs all reside happily side by side. The diversity and ever welcoming Lindian culture is the reason that most visitors return year after year to the resort. Accommodation in Lindos varies from simple studio apartments to traditional Lindian Villas and even boutique Hotels. Extending outwards to the overlooking area of Krana, guests now have the option of staying just out of resort and yet still experiencing the attractions that Lindos has to offer.