Rhodes's most popular attraction. Lindos is a small village. Below it there is a
beach and above there is the Acropolis hill where you can climb .
Pefkos. Apart from summer homes belonging to people from Lindos, this relatively low
profile resort area is made up of small hotels and rooms to let, occupied chiefly by groups
of Scandinavians, British, Germans and Austrians. Admire the pine trees towering above
the village as you swim at the small but beautiful beach. The main streets of Pefkos
(or Pefki), back from the shore, have everything: mini market, pharmacy, cafés, bars,
Lardos, is a pretty village with a fountain of spa water adoring the centre, in the middle
of the village, and surrounded by tavernas, cafes, bars and shops. The Italian architecture
is a ligancy of MussoLardos, is a pretty village with a fountain of spa water adoring the
centre, in the middle of the village, and surrounded by tavernas, cafes, bars and shops.
The Italian architecture is a ligancy of Mussolini's days. Excellent walks can be taken
through the olive and lemon groves, on the small path leading from the village.
Kiotari. Here you will find large, luxury hotels, a few well-run restaurants and tavernas,
a shopping centre with more or less anything you need (mini markets, bakeries,
patisseries and cash machines) - these are the main features of what is in fact the most
contemporary and stylish tourist resort on Rhodes. Kiotari has grown up over the last
ten years along an impressive, vast beach, but does not suffer from the same tourist
saturation which has negatively affected many of the other traditional resorts of Rhodes.