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Cruises visiting Lindos & all Lindos cruises for  2020

View Lindos 2020 cruises for 1 ships listing 14 cruises from Lindos with today's best deals!

Lindos is a Greek village on the island of Rhodes. This island, lying less than 20 km south of mainland Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, is the largest of the Dodecanese islands of Greece. While the island’s capital, Rhodes (founded 408 BC), became the major city on the island, Lindos preceded it by four centuries as a major trading centre between the Phoenicians and the Greeks. Today Lindos is a picturesque spread of white houses that overlook a protected bay, beach, and fishing vessels. The 400 m curved sandy beach is shaded by as many beach umbrellas.

Overlooking the village and bay, atop a 70m hill, lie the ruins of the acropolis (citadel) built successively by Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Knights of St John, and the Ottomans. The Doric-style Temple of Athena Lindia is evidenced by rebuilt columns, stairs and gateway, and once visited by Alexander the Great. Look for a guide who can explain the origins of various structures – castles, walls and towers – added over the centuries. Look for a relief of a Roman warship (trireme) cut into the rock at the foot of the steps leading up to the acropolis. Some scenes of the well-known film, The Guns of Navarone, were filmed at St Pauls Bay, just south of the town.

Walk around Lindos village and its nearby beaches and coves, perhaps along a three kilometre stretch. The island’s capital Rhodes is about 50 km to the north along a coastal road that passes through three or four villages, and which may be included in a day’s tour. The Rhodes Old Town is worth a visit, with its cobbled lanes, and see the harbour entrance where once, it is said, the Colossus of Rhodes statue straddled the port entrance.

Cruises visiting Lindos in 2020

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22

SEP

Crystal Symphony cruises

7

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$5,564

$795

22

SEP

Crystal Symphony cruises

21

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$12,684

$604

22

SEP

Crystal Symphony cruises

33

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$24,217

$734

22

SEP

Crystal Symphony cruises

46

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$29,482

$641

22

SEP

Crystal Symphony cruises

49

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$28,590

$583

22

SEP

Crystal Symphony cruises

57

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$46,863

$822

21

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

12

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$8,472

$706

21

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

26

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$15,154

$583

21

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

28

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$18,676

$667

21

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

33

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$24,217

$734

21

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

49

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$28,590

$583

25

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

16

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$10,202

$638

25

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

28

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$18,676

$667

25

OCT

Crystal Symphony cruises

49

NIGHTS

Crystal Symphony cruises

$28,590

$583