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The island of Rhodes has a plethora of ancient sites, each with its fascinating history. Of all, the Acropolis of Lindos counts among the most visited ancient sites in all Greece, right up there with Delphi and the Acropolis of Athens. It’s worth seeing for its temples and Hellenic vestiges, but also the mesmerising views of the Bay of St. Paul and the village sprawling down below all the way to the beach.

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Acropolis of Lindos

One of the most visited ancient sites on Rhodes, the Acropolis of Lindos dominates the namesake village from a rocky hill on the coast of the Aegean Sea. It’s an impressive sight above the picturesque village with whitewashed cubic homes that contrast with the aquamarine of the Bay of St. Paul and the cobalt blue of the sea.

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Acropolis of Rhodes

One of the most interesting ancient sites of the island, the Acropolis of Rhodes is in the capital of the island, on Monte Smith. It is a large archaeological site, comprising several points of interest, most of them from the Hellenistic and the Roman periods.

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Medieval old city of Rhodes

The UNESCO-listed site known as the Medieval City of Rhodes is an absolute must-see destination when you vacation on our island. The Knights Hospitaller – officially the Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem – planned the fortified Gothic city when they ruled Rhodes from 1309 to 1523.

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Castle of Kritinia

Erected in 1472 according to plans by Venetian sculptor and architect Giorgio da Sebenico – also known as Giorgio Orsini – the Castle of Kritinia, or Kastellos as the locals call it, is a stunning fortress erected to protect the village against Ottoman attacks.

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