Eleni Studios

The Eleni Studios combine the great location with a peaceful atmosphere and comfortable rooms. It’s a short walk from the centre of Lindos and the beach; you can get into town in around 15 minutes. The grounds are lovingly cared for and have a dramatic mountainous backdrop, which you can see from the pool area. The pool is a good size and has a kids-only section, too. The pool bar serves drinks and snacks during the day, and there are regular evening barbecues by the water. The rooms at Eleni Studios are smart and welcoming, with all the essentials you may need. Every studio has a balcony or terrace, and the decor is traditional Grecian style with a mix of terracotta and white.

Overview of Lindos, Rhodes

Stay in the prettiest village during your holidays to Rhodes: Lindos. Not only do you have close access to a number of gorgeous beaches, but you can enjoy great food, lively nightlife and one of the island’s top attractions – the Acropolis. Lindos itself is a small, charming town. You’re more likely to bump into slow-moving donkeys than vehicles, so you can fully immerse yourself in the island’s traditional way of life. Lindos has two beaches, both of which are close to Eleni Studios. Pallas is small, sandy and loved by the locals. You can chill out on the sunbeds, try a range of water sports or venture out on glass-bottomed boats. Lindos Beach is bigger, and has some great waterfront bars and cafés. When the sun sets, sample the lively Lindos nightlife.

Things to do in Lindos, Rhodes

As the Eleni Studios are so close to the centre of Lindos, you can easily explore the town’s main attractions. The restaurant scene is impressive so you can try a variety of venues each evening. The harbour is home to waterfront restaurants that specialise in seafood, while there are several eateries offering rooftop dining further into town. There’s a collection of lovely shops, too – all of which stay open late. You can browse through clothes, pottery, jewellery and shoes, as well as local produce. The must-see attraction has to be the Acropolis. It contains several different ruins, including temples and castles. It’s a steep 30-minute climb up from the village, so why not hail a donkey and enjoy the ride? Just don’t forget to bring a camera! For more historical sights, drive to Rhodes Town. Whether you’re visiting to explore Rhodes’ history or to soak up the Grecian sun, Lindos is a quaint town that delivers the best of Greek culture, traditions and friendliness. The hilly terrain boasts beautiful views, while the warm evenings and cool breezes mean you can enjoy the fun nightlife and popular rooftop restaurants.


Resort Summary

Lindos may be a small resort but it’s jam-packed with plenty to see and do. Historical ruins, a lively nightlife scene and tons of restaurants and shopping venues make it one of Rhodes’ most popular holiday hotspots. This resort is located right by the coast and has a stunning backdrop of hilltop ruins. Lindos is determined to keep this town a historical and cultural site, and has recently passed a preservation order to help maintain the kind of whitewashed charm and narrow, cobbled streets that so many of us imagine when we picture holidays to Greece.

This town has a complex history, with Roman, Turkish, Italian and Byzantine rulers all making their mark on its landscape. Today, you can spot floors made from chochlaki – smooth black and white pebbles – throughout the small streets, and several of the old churches scattered throughout Lindos are decorated with elaborate frescoes of Biblical scenes. History is everywhere.