Lindos Villas on the Greek island of Rhodes sit just below the acropolis of Lindos which dates to the 4th century BC. The villas themselves are in the heart of the ancient fishing village and have spectacular panoramic views of the harbour and the Aegean Sea.
The collection comprises of two traditional whitewashed properties as well as a private villa - the Captain's house - which is one of the finest in Lindos and dates back to the 16th century. The houses feature original Lindian architecture, intricate mosaic pebble floors – Hohlaki – and beautifully carved doorways – Pyliones.
Villa Beatrice and Villa Rosa have access to the largest private garden in Lindos. Formed from an ancient terraced olive grove, it is planted with orange and lemon trees, bougainvillea, hibiscus vines, irises, butterfly plants and night-scented jasmine. The gardens provide a magnificent backdrop from which to enjoy the breath-taking views over the rooftops of Lindos, out to the jewel-like sea, the ancient tomb of the Greek poet Cleobulus and the distant coastline beyond.
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