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Weddings in Lindos

Rhodes has almost 300 days of sunlight each year, so your Rhodes wedding will almost likely have better weather than your home wedding! It is the biggest of the Dodecanese islands (1400 square kilometres), located 18 kilometres southwest of Turkey.It is well-known for housing the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well.The island has a long history and is situated at the crossroads of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Its inhabitants date back to 4000 BC and include included Persians, Romans, Turks, and Italians. The Acropolis of Lindos, the Acropolis of Rhodes, the Temple of Apollo, the Governor's Palace, Rhodes Old Town, the Palace of the Grand Masters, ancient Ialysos, and ancient Kamiros are among the island's historical monuments.

Weddings in Rhodes may be held in a variety of unique settings. The most popular location in Rhodes is St Paul's Bay in Lindos, which is located at the foot of the Acropolis and is sometimes booked months in advance. Kallithea Springs, with its beautiful architecture and peaceful environment, is one of our favourite destinations. Filerimos is a good option for couples seeking for magnificent views of the island. There are also numerous classic chapels in lovely natural settings outdoors where weddings may be held, and we can now provide beach weddings as well!

Wedding receptions in Rhodes may be held in a range of traditional Greek tavernas located in the ancient centres of Lindos and Rhodes town, as well as along the sea. Another popular choice is a taverna with views of the Acropolis, which is particularly impressive when illuminated at night. A reception in the grounds of a luxury hotel or a romantic supper for two at one of the island's most exclusive restaurants are other options.  

 

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