Iberostar Lindos Royal

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Vliha Bay, Lindos, 85107, Greece
Lindos Royal Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 281% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Where to snorkel in Greece?

by LauraEllen

Can anyone recommend where to go snorkeling in Greece? We need a safe place to snorkel with kids. Want to see lots of fish! Oh, and would like to be somewhere where we can see ancient ruins on an easy day trip too. Please be specific - I need names of beaches, nearby towns, resorts or hotels, etc. Any advice is greatly appreciated!

Re: Re: Where to snorkel in Greece?

by Mariajoy

St Pauls Bay, Lindos, Rhodes - with Lindos Acropolis. Tiny little beach which the bathers share with local fishermen -(so get there early) but the snorkelling - oh it is just so amazing - There were lots of children there too playing around on the rocks and some bobbing about in the water which is clear and warm and the little fish are everywhere, absolutely magical! I was there last year and have just started building a Rhodes page. If I were to go again I would stay in Lindos and spend longer on this beach.

Re: Re: Where to snorkel in Greece?

by LauraEllen

Thank you so much! I've been thinking about Rhodes (I like Corfu too, but we want to see some ancient ruins!) Have been trying to decide whether to stay closer to Lindos or Kallithea. Anyone else have any thoughts about which way to go?

Re: Re: Where to snorkel in Greece?

by Mariajoy

I suggest you stay wherever you like and hire a car then have the freedom to go where you want. Check out the Lindos Royal Village hotel - not sure about prices but it look gorgeous.

Re: Where to snorkel in Greece?

by StefanosS

I agree that Rhodes is a very good choice. If you think of late July or August, you have to book accomodation now, because of the Olympics. Rhodes is a little bit far from Athens but it is one of the most loved destinations. It is a very beautiful and interesting island with remains of both antiquity and medieval ages.

For accomodation have a look at:

Thessaloniki, Greece

Travel Tips for Lindos

The Acropolis.

by Maurizioago

I wasn't impressed by this fortress. Perhaps because I know very little about ancient history.

The acropolis is built on a rock overlooking Lindos. It is surrounded by well preserved walls built by the knights (and later restored). Inside the walls you can see several remains of ancient temples. They were restored by the Italians during their occupation of the island. Today this site is still under construction. It is said the restoration done by the Italians wasn't properly done.

I enjoyed much the landscape from the acropolis. You can see most of the town from there.

There are two ways to reach the acropolis. One is by climbing lots of stairs. Another is going there by donkey.

Sidestreets III

by steventilly

Down one of the sidestreets is this old bakery. It was closed for siesta at the time we passed it so we couldn't go in. That's unfortunate because I love these old Greek bakeries, just one small room with an oven in it, acting as both the bakery and the shop.


by sandysmith

Something else that caughht my eye from the vantage point of the acropolis was this strucure above the highest house in the village, on an area known as Krana Hill. With my camera zoom I saw that it was some type of necropolis or tomb - simmilar to those seen near Fethiye in Turkey. Research later revealed that the tomb had belonged to a wealthy hellenistic family.

Lindos Bay, Main Beach II

by steventilly

Just a nice arty shot of a boat in Lindos Bay. It helps to show how clear the water is here. Lindos Bay is also very gently shelving, you can walk a good way out and still be able to touch the bottom (well obviously, or else you couldn't walk!).


by miman


The streets of Lindos are a maze of continuous buildings, chiefly with interior courtyards. Most of the houses have flat roofs, but some variety of types can be seen among the buildings that have not been affected by time and changes of use and shape. The material used in their construction is either the local quarried poros stone or field stones which have been plastered and whitewashed. The houses of Lindos all have features in common, but they can be divided into different classes: simple ones resembling the country cottages of the island, houses with a courtyard, and mansions.


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Address: Vliha Bay, Lindos, 85107, Greece