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The church is hidden in the winding streets on Lindos. It was a fascinating experience, this ancient church is well worth a visit.
No photos allowed inside and no shorts etc. They do offer a wrap for men and women at the door to cover...More
You are not allowed to enter this church if your legs are uncovered. There is a basket of wraps that you can drape around yourself. A rather unsympathetic priest orders you to remove hats and adjust your leg coverings. The main interior justifies the church's...More
I will start by saying I am a Christian and attend church every week. If someone came to our church wearing a bikini and acted in a disrespectful way, we would probably not be too happy. But someone wearing modest knee length shorts and a...More
A small church tucked away in the lanes tolling bells at 9am, this was charming, very old and very impressive.
It’s small so you won’t need much time and you can’t take photos. Oh and no shorts or short tops are allowed so you have...More
Since Lindos is commonly overcrowded, this is a little place to catch short silence and tranquility. In addition, the interior of church is magnificent (it is forbidden to take photos). In the courtyard at the entrance to church there are some clothes available to to...More
This quaint little church is located in the centre of Lindos which has some beautiful displays, the church part itself has a beautiful ceiling. The only criticism is that although it bans photography I saw loads of tourists talking photos and videos on mobile phones.i...More
A truly beautiful church in the heart of the village. Be prepared to cover any bare skin with sarongs and headscarves, although a plentiful supply is available to borrow just outside the church.
Inside no photography is allowed so take the time to enjoy and...More