: Rhodes Diagoras
: Rhodes Town
The villa is situated on the edge of Pylona in a former olive grove dating back to at least the 19th century. In Pylona you will find 4 small cafes / tavernas, frequented by the locals and a small village store. In the 1990s an ancient Mycenaean Cemetery was discovered on the edge of Pylona.
Just a 2 minute drive from the village you will find a supermarket that will cater for all of your holiday requirements.
The expansive, shingle Vliha Beach is just a 5 minute drive from Villa Hestia.
Alternatively, a 10 minute drive will take you to the glorious sandy beach of Glystra.
At both beaches there is plenty of parking at the edge of the beaches. Even in the height of summer the beaches provides plenty of space and does not feel crowded.
Lindos was one of the three ancient states of Rhodes, with the acropolis dominating the hill overlooking the village. It is now one of the prettiest and most photographed villages in Greece, boasting some of the hottest summer temperatures.
Other Activities: jet ski and water sports