Lindos Princess Beach Hotel

Just as its name suggests, the Lindos Princess Beach Hotel is tucked right up against the beach. As a bonus, it even has its own private stretch of sand.

The pool scene’s a real highlight of the hotel. A huge lagoon-like number’s the star of the show. It even comes with bridges that arch over the surface and a bar at one side. If you let the kids call the shots, you’ll end up at one of the splash pools that line the beach!

Throughout the day, you’ll have a choice of four restaurants to dine in. The main restaurant’s a buffet number, but a la carte joints provide a change of pace.

Overview of Lardos

The traditional Greek village of Lardos is home to numerous historical buildings, whitewashed churches and authentic Greek restaurants. Plus, it’s an incredibly idyllic setting for your holiday to Rhodes.

Holidays in Lardos are spent lounging on the sandy beach, exploring the centre of the village and enjoying some beautiful Greek food. There’s not much in the way of nightlife, but there’s still plenty to see and enjoy. When you do fancy a big night out, Lindos is only 15 minutes away.

Things to do in Lardos

Down on the front near the Lindos Princess Beach Hotel, the shallow waters are the perfect place for kids to paddle. Plus, the clear waters are popular with snorkellers. If you’d rather explore the village, then you can visit the remains of a Byzantine castle or the monastery of Panagia Ypseni, which is still in use today.

Lardos’s centre is the perfect place for an evening meal. It has an incredibly authentic Greek atmosphere, with a laid-back and relaxed vibe. In the central square, whitewashed restaurants are everywhere you look. Most specialise in Greek, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, but there’s something to suit every taste and budget.

With a stay at the Lindos Princess Beach Hotel, you can experience the very best of Lardos – and you’ll soon fall in love with its traditional Greek charm.

Resort Summary

This beach and town resort is set at the base of craggy mountains and oozes an authentic Greek atmosphere with its laid-back, relaxed vibe. It’s a small village but is still home to some fantastic historic structures and popular bars and restaurants in whitewashed buildings, all contributing to a truly Greek feeling throughout the resort. The area is surrounded by stunning natural terrain including long stretches of olive groves, rural paths and hilltops ideal for hiking and cycling.

Lardos has plenty to offer any holidaymakers wanting a relaxing getaway in a traditional Greek town, as it’s complete with all the amenities and facilities of the larger resorts. If you have kids there’s no shortage of things for them to do in Lardos, like racing around at Lardons Go-Karts and hitching a ride across the waves on Sabina’s speed boats.