People think of Rhodes as a summer destination but if you are a new home owner here on the island or considering buying a “summer” home it’s worth knowing that winter in Rhodes is just as much fun as the summer. Temperatures are lower and it’s a great time to explore. The Lindos Acropolis is… Read more »
Receiving thousands of tourists every year, enjoying spectacular views and unique surroundings, Lindos offers top-notch dining options. Prepared to pamper all your senses, making for a memorable dining experience, we have personally visited the very best of them and here is our view. Melenos Lindos Tucked away from the busy streets of Lindos, the restaurant… Read more »
Nearby the picturesque village of Archipoli, surrounded by fragrant pine trees, a true art retreat can be found. It’s a tranquil and harmonious place in the middle of a forest, not only for artists and art lovers, but for anyone who is looking to free their mind and appreciate peace and calmness of nature. The… Read more »
Same as every year, the town will soon dress up in the latest medieval fashion and the streets get filled with wizards, fairies, stilt walkers and fire eaters. Knights of Saint John, too, will be there to show off their shining armour. The rumour has it, there will also be a dragon hunt. The Medieval… Read more »
No matter what your reasons for traveling, our properties for sale such as Acropolis Views and Acropolis Panorama are sure to inspire at least one life-changing journey in Lindos. Just bring a willingness to let go.
In many cultures pomegranates symbolize friendship and loyalty, innocence and purity, success and power or nature and fertility, but in Greece, the smashing of a pomegranate on New Year’s Eve is a traditional custom and it is given another meaning. The tradition has it that a few minutes before midnight on 31st December of every… Read more »
Although Greeks use similar ingredients to other countries, vegetables, fish and meat, it’s the way they cook them and the methods they use that define them as Greek cuisine. Liberal use of olive oil while cooking or drizzled over salads and toasted bread will make you think of Greece. It’s the first ingredient we think… Read more »
It is my favourite pastime this time of the year: A late afternoon walk along the picturesque seaside promenade of Rhodes town. Temperature is around 20-22 C, the colours of the surrounding landscape and nature pretty intense and the scent of the blossomed city parks filling the air around me. As I come close to… Read more »
The UCI Gran Fondo World Series is a succession of UCI-sanctioned cycling races held all over the world. Every year 15 authorised events take place to affirm the top 25% in each age group in order to qualify for the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships. The first European qualifier event for 2016 took place on… Read more »
If you could choose to live in a concrete jungle or a piece of paradise, preserved as nature intended, which would you prefer? Protected areas means limited industry of factories and pollution, leaving beaches and seas cleaner. This in turn attracts property investment buyers, seeking a place of sanctuary, with clean air and panoramic habitat.