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Are you looking for information, ideas, and inspiration to create the best Rhodes holiday experience? Manos Going Rhodes Guide is your go-to source for our insights, uncovering hidden gems, illuminating must-see attractions and activities, offering top recommendations, and providing essential tips. Gain access to detailed information about sites and invaluable local tips. Let our guide be your compass to a truly unforgettable adventure and share your stories and feedback with us!
Recommendations

Rhodes Low-season Travel Guide

Let us encourage you to consider visiting our island during winter or early spring because we believe that Rhodes can turn out to be an ideal off-season destination for travelers looking for authentic experiences, enjoying solitude at the most popular tourist sites, and benefiting from great low-season offers.

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Attractions

Lindos Traditional White Houses

Lindos village is most well known for its little white cube houses around the rock of the Acropolis.

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Beaches & Resorts

St. Paul’s Bay

The bay of Aghios Pavlos (St. Paul), with crystal clear waters and fine golden sand, is situated at the homonymous small cave, a few hundred meters south of the Acropolis of Lindos.

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Attractions

Ancient Theatre of Lindos

The ancient theatre of Lindos is considered to be the most important monumental building in the …

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Museums

Lindos Church of the Assumption

The Byzantine parish church of Lindos is dedicated to Virgin Mary. It is an oblong building …

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Recommendations

Best things to do in LINDOS

LINDOS is one of the most popular and picturesque villages of Rhodes island. In all guidebooks …

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Towns & Villages

Lindos Village

Lindos village is one of Rhodes’ top attractions! Out of the three ancient city-states, it is …

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Archaeological Sites

Acropolis of Lindos

The Acropolis of Lindos is the most important archaeological site on Rhodes, a natural citadel fortified by the Greeks, the Romans, the Byzantines, the Knights of St John and the Ottomans.

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