Lindos Horizon

The Lindos Horizon is high in the hills above Lindos. Stay at this rural retreat and you’ll have widescreen views that stretch all the way down to the sea. Plus, thanks to its out-of-the-way location, you’ll have plenty of peace and quiet.

The pool’s an oblong number for serious swimming or just bobbing around for a quick dip. It on a curved sun terrace with a snack bar, loungers and parasols. And there’s a separate pool for little ones to cool off in.

Overview of Lindos

A highlight of many holidays to Rhodes, Lindos provides the perfect blend of old and new. A thriving resort, Lindos may only be small, but it’s packed to the rafters with sandy beaches, historical architecture and exciting nightlife.

During a stay in Lindos Horizon, wander out to the cobbled streets, explore the late-night markets and sample local cuisine in this charming resort.

Things to do in Lindos

Although Lindos Horizon is in a tranquil and sedate area, you’re only a 15-minute walk from the bars and restaurants in the centre of Lindos.

The resort is incredibly popular with water lovers. Plus, the two beaches are only a 20-minute walk downhill from the hotel – and Pallas Beach has a water sports centre for upping your heart rate.

The Lindos Acropolis is the most famous structure in Lindos, so hear here to explore a temple honouring Athena and the remains of a 14th-century fortress.

When you take a trip to Lindos, you’ll feel like you’ve hit the holiday destination jackpot. Here, temple-loads of history, beautiful beaches and thriving nightlife combine to offer you the holiday of a lifetime.


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.