Monday 16 July 2018

Rhodes Island; Lindos

If you missed my first day in Rhodes, you can check it out here. The second day we went to Lindos. I was the only one who thought about taking their driver's license so I was the driver, but traffic was very easy.

The distance between Rhodes and Lindos is about the same as Rhodes and Marmaris, my home town :)

It was an adorable little town on a hill, with on top a castle.
We did not go to the castle as it was hot and a long steep hill.

As an animal lover I could not bear to make use of these poor donkeys... Most tourists thought the same but still plenty were making use of them, not impressed about that.

The town itself was clean and adorable, very well kept and definitely worth a visit.

I loved all the various doors.

And again such beautiful mosaics with pebbles, I would love to do it with our entry, but am afraid I would loose my patience midway.

I was glad to see that the donkey guides at least were walking too, and not using a donkey as well, so that they were suffering a bit too, yes I know I'm cruel and mean.

I loved all the cute details, and I love how these places definitely know that tourists come to the charming places and not new modernized buildings.

I really hope to visit the other Greek islands soon as well, I wish I had started visiting them before :)

Maybe another time I'll climb up to the castle, I'm sure the view is amazing.

I also hope to dive one day here, see if there is much difference from across :)

Even though I did not want to make use of the donkeys I did make use of these poor fishes. My tired feet did appreciate it although they were not very thorough lol.


  1. Incredible that you didn't visited before, it is of so close!
    Loved the look of it, must have been really nice to visit!

    1. I'm kicking myself now, but it is so close that I thought I can always go :D

  2. This makes me want to go on holiday even more ><

  3. We have been there, it was great, but really hot on the way to the castle!