Summer Holidays to Lardos
Lardos Sun Holidays Review and Guide
All Rhodian villages have a claim on beauty so it can be a difficult time deciding on a preference so what does a summer holiday to Lardos have to recommend it? Let’s start with the village. It’s a pretty mix of traditional Greek low rise whitewashed houses with tiled roofs and brightly coloured doors with some interesting Italian architecture thanks to Mussolini’s invasion in WWII. There’s a fountain of spa water in the central square and on a Lardos summer holiday you certainly won’t be short of places to eat and drink thanks to a good selection of tavernas, cafes and bars. Next it’s to the beach because naturally, no summer holiday to Lardos would be complete with the excellent stretch of shingle/sand that gently shelves into crystal clear waters, perfectly safe for swimmers of all ages. Getting to the beach is a delightful stroll through olive and lemon groves. The immediate environments also contribute to the charm of a Lardos summer holiday. Not far from the village are the foundation ruins of the Byzantine castle and amid the typical gorgeous Rhodes scenery you’ll find the Monastery Ipseni. The lovely small convent is open to the public and the nuns are happy to guide Lardos summer holiday visitors around the buildings and pretty gardens. If all these commendations are not enough to tempt you to a summer holiday in Lardos, there’s also the beautiful small town of Lindos nearby which complement the attractions of the village nicely.
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There’s a fountain of spa water in the central square and on a Lardos summer holiday you certainly won’t be short of places to eat and drink thanks to a good selection of tavernas, cafes and bars.
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