On the southeastern shore of the island of Rhodes, Greece you’ll find another Acropolis–in the town of Lindos.
As the name implies in Spanish, it is breathtakingly beautiful.
The Acropolis of Lindos is an ancient archaeological site and a town overlooking a pristine bay.
To get to the ruins of the Acropolis you’ll walk through paths lined with stores and souvenir shops.
Once you get to the top of the Acropolis, you’ll be amazed by the surviving historical structures.
The views from the top are also spectacular.
The Acropolis offers a picturesque panoramic of the surrounding harbors and coastline.
The region of Lindos itself goes back more than 3000 years.
If you visit during the summer months, be ready to perspirate as it gets really hot, but there’s a way to get up to and down from the Acropolis without breaking a sweat.
You can take the taxi from Lindos which in this case is a donkey ride.
For another great Greek historical site to visit, The Great Escape Plan presents you the Acropolis of Lindos in Rhodes.