Stayed in Afandou many years ago. Fantastic and lovely, superb people and hospitality, love to go back someday! Even I am 74 now with some health issues I will make it!
My wife Elaine and I had our honeymoon in Afandou in August 1989 and we had a wonderful time and the locals were very welcoming. The beach was fantastic. Unfortunately the love of my life passed away in February of this year so Afandou will always have a special place in my heart.
Lindos is a small town with beautiful winding streets. There are many restaurants and bars to linger. Of course, there is also the possibility of shopping. The Acropolis of Lindos is a must-see.
Anyone who has missed Lindos while in Rhodes, has not seen Rhodes. Lindos is always worth a visit, especially in the evening as the atmosphere is wonderful. Note that the Acropolis of Lindos is strenuous to reach, however the climb is really worth it, as it offers a spectacular view of the sea and the beautiful village.
Beautiful village with a great selection of tavernas. Easily missed but well worth a lunch stop at least. Lovely spot at the taverna by the old spring.
You can easily drive through this village and not realize, keep going it isn’t worth turning round for. Seriously we drove about an hour to visit this amazing sounding village. There are two cafes next to each other with an OK view and that’s it. Concrete square houses and no resemblance to any review that I have read. Have a look at the satellite view……
Lindos is definitely one of the must visit places if you are on Rhodes. It is superbly located and hobby photographers will live it! Those beautiful little white houses, the bright blue sky and the acropolis are simply a dream!
Monolithos is a wonderful village. We stopped there to take a rest from a long drive and found ourselves in a place where local products and spirits were sold, and everything was delightful. Just a few Kilometers down the road the castle of Monolithos is one of the main attractions of the island. If you like, you can also co further and pay a visit to the beautify Fournoi beach.
Born in Kalavarda, raised in Australia. Kalavarda is a nice, quiet place to go and relax or visit Johny's tavern where his wife does the fresh cooking, or visit the little "pub" for something stronger to drink and possibly find decent company.
Lived there 87 & 88, been back lots since. The bakery was in the village back then and the smell of baking bread on the way home from acropolis disco, The loveliest place ever, the villagers are what makes Lindos. They are amazing always helpful and friendly, it's like going home. Wonderful beaches people and atmosphere!
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