On this sea kayak Rhodes adventure, you’ll have the opportunity to paddle in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean sea while admiring the wonderful coastline and the temple of Lidian Athena (4th century BC).
With a private transfer arranged, you will arrive at the starting point of the sea kayaking activity, Vlicha Beach – located on the east side of the island, close to the town of Lindos. You’ll paddle across the coastline, passing by beautiful rock formations and hidden caves.
You’ll then explore St Paul’s Bay – nominated as one of the most beautiful bays of Europe, and pass through an otherworldly “sea canyon”, until reaching Lindos, with its small cubic whitewashed houses. You’ll enjoy a tasty nutritious lunch at a seaside tavern on the beach with delicious homemade Greek dishes.
Then (optional) you’ll start hiking uphill wandering through the city’s small and picturesque alleys. Here, you’ll learn about and visit Athina’s Temple, and then paddle back to the starting location, enchanted by the calmness of the scenery. Before closing the day, there’s a short stop for snorkeling in a totally secluded bay to conclude this spectacular sea kayak Rhodes adventure.
- English speaking Trekking Hellas Guide (Certified by BCU)
- All necessary equipment for the operation of the activity
- Lunch in a tavern
- Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off
- Entrance fee to Lindos (Athena’s temple) upon purchase of option 2
- Snorkeling Equipment (mask & tube)
- 09.00: Pick up from your hotel or another lodging
- 10.00 – 10.30: Kayak fitting and briefing of the activity
- 10.30 – 13.30: Paddling
- 13.30 – 14.30: Lunch
- 14.30 – 15.30: Optional visit to Lindos Archaeological site or free time to explore
- 15.30 – 17.30: Paddling back to base (with a stop to snorkel!)
- 17.45: Transfer back to your hotel or lodging
Tour Departs at:
Your hotel or other lodging. There is an extra charge for hotel pick up from Pefkos, Kiotari, or Gennadi. $5.58 (5 euros) extra per person round route.
$135.45 [120 euros] for 4-6 participants
$169.33 [150 euros] for 2-3
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