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Rhodes Town: Scenic Cruise to Lindos with Swim Stops

1. 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 free time, head back to the boat and sail to the final destination of the day, Tsambika Bay. Jump off the boat into the bay’s crystal clear water and go snorkeling in search of colorful marine life. At the end of a magical day, marvel at the last of the sea views as you head back to Rhodes.

Rhodes: Medieval Highlights E-bike Tour with Sunset

2. Rhodes: Medieval Highlights E-bike Tour with Sunset

Explore Rhode’s most iconic landmarks in a comfortable and fun way on this e-bike sightseeing tour. Experience the old and the new town beauties and admire an unforgettable sunset. Visit the greatest hits, enjoy frequent stops to take photos, and benefit from the personalized commentary of your local guide. See the most picturesque spots of Rhodes and save your vacation time. Enjoy the rush of air on your face without having to pedal too hard. Start the tour from the town hall of Rhodes just opposite the port of Mandraki. Cycle alongside the medieval walls and admire several gates such as the Liberty Gate and the Sea Gate. Enter the narrow streets of the old town and see important sights, climb the knights' street and end up at the palace of the Grand Master, next to the mosque of the Suleyman and the clocktower. Explore the lesser-visited parts of the old town and explore hidden secrets and myths. Ride across the moat and reach the windmills and the fortress of St. Nicholas where we will discover where the Colossus of Rhodes once stood. Head towards Monte Smith to reach the Acropolis of Rhodes, the ancient theatre and the ancient Olympic Stadium. Enjoy the beautiful panoramic view of Rhodes and the sunset in the evening from an amazing location.

Rhodes: Explore the New and Medieval City on Trikkes

3. Rhodes: Explore the New and Medieval City on Trikkes

Ride your Trikke through Mandraki Harbor to see the Dama-dama-dama “Deers”, the Lighthouse, the medieval Walls, the Windmills, and where the statue of Colossus was built. Then, go by Trikke under bridges, past medieval towers, and to admire the medieval moat. Along the way, you can enjoy shady spots that provide a welcome relief from the heat of the day. Feel like a true adventurer as you visit historic sites and travel back into the past. Crossing the narrow streets in the heart of the old town, you will visit Sokratous Street and the Castellania building. Go past the Archeological Museum, Panaghia Bourgou Church, and Ibrahim Pasha Mosque. Appreciate the architectural beauty of the city on this Trikke tour.

Rhodes: Sunset RIB Cruise with Champagne

4. Rhodes: Sunset RIB Cruise with Champagne

Soak up the sunset views of Rhodes on this luxurious small-group cruise starting in Farilaki. Board a safe and fast RIB vessel with a total of 7 people and relax as you recharge during this sea adventure. Hop aboard your cruise vessel in the Faliraki area in Rhodes. Meet your experienced host and driver before setting off on your journey. Sail out into the open sea from the eastern coast and cross over to the western side of Rhodes. See secluded bays, enjoy the city views as the boat sails right outside of Rhodes town, and marvel at the harbor views where the Colossus of Rhodes used to stand. Take panoramic photos of the gulf and the Saint Nicholas fortress, which turns into a beautiful golden color as the sun hides for the day. When the sun starts to set, enjoy a cool glass of champagne and snack on seasonal fruit while you watch the sun sink behind the horizon.

Rhodes: New and Old Town Guided Tour

5. Rhodes: New and Old Town Guided Tour

Immerse yourself in 2 worlds on a guided tour of Rhodes' Old and New Towns. After getting picked up from your hotel, head to the New Town. Here, admire the beauty of the Acropolis before continuing to the harbor of Mandraki, where you can admire Italian architecture and soak up the relaxed atmosphere. You will also have the chance to see the Aquarium and Elli beach. Next, continue to the Old Town and learn all about the island's medieval history from your guide. Take a stroll along the Street of the Knights of Rhodes and marvel at the architecture of the Grand Masters Palace. In Old Town, you'll have an hour of free time to take photographs, relax at a cafe, buy souvenirs, or explore the secrets of the city on your own. If you would like to visit the archeological museum your guide can arrange it. There you can admire artifacts found on Rhodes and neighboring islands. Afterward, you'll pass through Monte Smith where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city, the seashore, and the impressive ruins of the ancient stadium and amphitheater of the Temple of Apollo. Get dropped off back at your hotel at the end of the day.

Rhodes Town and Lindos: Private Minibus Tour

6. Rhodes Town and Lindos: Private Minibus Tour

Start the tour with a nice introduction to Rhodes Island and a relaxing drive along the East Coast towards Lindos village, located about an hour from Rhodes Town. See a typical countryside landscape with olive tree groves, small villages, and beautiful bays. Check out the highest spot on Rhodes Island, Attaviros Mountain, and marvel at the attractive resorts. Upon arrival in Lindos, admire one of the most impressive sites of the island. There will be stops to capture the panoramic view of Lindos, as well as to visit the famed St. Paul’s Bay, situated at the backside of the village. Afterwards, enjoy free time to explore Lindos village with help from the map provided by your tour driver, which will contain historical information and directions for navigating the area. Lindos is a must-see site with a great cosmopolitan feel, labyrinthine streets, white-washed houses, religious and ancient monuments, cozy restaurants, and stylish boutiques. Take a leisurely walk, check out local crafts, snap great photos, sample ice cream or fresh orange juice, or head to the Acropolis of Lindos and tour the archaeological site. Meet your driver again and continue to the next stop, the capital city of Rhodes Town. Enjoy a panoramic drive, along the way observing all the town’s major administrative buildings like the Town Hall, the Court, Prefecture Offices, Central Post, National Theatre, and the Main Church. Stop by the Lighthouse of St. Nicholas Fortress, located next to the Colossus site and the Mandraki Port’s windmills. Then, drive to the highest part of the city, also known as Mount Smith, where the Acropolis of Rhodes and the Temple of Apollo are situated. Stop for photos to capture the unforgettable view overlooking Rhodes Town, the northernmost point of Rhodes Island, and the coastline of Asia Minor. After the tour, return to your accommodation or continue your day in Medieval Rhodes Town.

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This bike tour with electric bicycles is highly recommended. The fresh breeze while cycling is really nice. They are new bikes that are of super quality. The bike tour also takes place in a small group, so you can easily ask questions to the 2 guides. They recommend you all the fun places/events. During the tour they also take pictures of everyone that they send them via email afterwards. At the end of the tour we also shared songs so that we could still ask our questions during our vacation. I can recommend everyone to do this tour because you really come to beautiful places in Rhodes.

The description is consistent with reality and this cruise is definitely worth the detour. The 2 swims are just a great moment of happiness (remember to take masks and snorkels). As for Lindos, to appreciate the 3 hours there, you have to start by climbing directly to the Acropolis (you are there in 20 minutes and after that you have to queue a bit to enter) - The cost is 12 euros per person but this visit is a must. Then you go back down to the village to stroll for a few minutes and enjoy a restaurant by the beach.

At first i felt a bit shaky on the trikke. But the tour guide was so motivating and really cared about our safety. He explained us every next more difficult move and told us how it would be the bet way to do it. He was great and after a few minutes i felt safe on the trikke and could enjoy the views, which were also great. My favorite part was the non touristic place in the old town. Christine

This is a lovely, fun way to enjoy an evening. With the wind in your hair, and thanks to very nice electric bikes, cycling about is no sweat. You see the main sights in and around Rhodes old town. The guides have a wealth of knowledge. There really is no better way to get to know Rhodes. The evening tour includes a cycle up to a viewing point to take in a beautiful sunset.

Absolutely recommendable, very nice guides, you can learn a lot about the history of the city/island in a short time and you can reach the most important sights very quickly by bike, and you can also get through a few streets away from tourism. The view of the sunset over the city was to die for!