How can I get to Lindia Athena Luxury Villas from Rhodes Airport?
Our villas are located within a five minutes’ drive from the magical village of Lindos, and it takes about an hour to get to the villas from Rhodes airport. There are 2 ways you can come to the villas.
- There are taxis conveniently lined up outside Rhodes Airport
- There are several car rental companies at the airport where you can rent a car and start a true journey’s experience driving to the south of Rhodes where you can meet all the magical beaches.
Distance to the villas: 56 km
What time are Check In and Check Out at Lindia Athena Luxury Villas?
Check In time is at 15:00
Check Out time is at 12:00
Is there Wi-Fi at Lindia Athena Luxury Villas?
We offer Free Wi-Fi in all areas of the villas. Please ask for access code.
Are Lindia Athena Luxury Villas family friendly?
Lindia Athena Luxury Villas is a family friendly establishment, so children of all ages are welcome.
Where can I eat?
Our villas, as mentioned, are just a five minutes’ drive from Lindos village, where you can taste traditional Greek and local dishes in many exceptional gourmet restaurants or traditional taverns. You can also find small taverns in Vlycha beach, where Lindia Athena Luxury villas are located. Super markets are also located two minutes’ drive from the villas.
Where is the nearest taxi station to Lindia Athena Luxury Villas?
The nearest Taxi Station to Lindia Athena Luxury Villas is in the outskirts of Lindos village. The price list for taxi fare is available at any tourist information office. Note that when you call for a taxi, there is a standard pick up charge rate.
Where is the closest beach?
There several beaches close to Lindia Athena Luxury Villas. The magnificent view of your villa is the Vlycha Beach, which is one of the most popular beaches on the island of Rhodes. It has sun beds, umbrellas, beach service along with cafes and restaurants. St Paul’s bay also is a famous beach in Lindos, which has a mixture of sand and pebbles, with sunbeds, umbrellas, beach service and with restaurants and cafes nearby.
What is the power voltage in Greece?
The power voltage in Greece is 220Volt. Ask our receptionist for a power adaptor if your country has a different power system.
What is the currency used in Greece?
The EURO is the official currency of Greece, which is a member of the European Union.