Seven Springs (Epta Piges)
Seven Springs (Epta Piges)
Seven Springs (Epta Piges)

Seven Springs (Epta Piges) Tours and Tickets

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One of Rhodes’ most tranquil spots, the Seven Springs (Epta Piges) comprises seven natural springs that feed into a small man-made lake, built by the island’s Italian occupants to provide water to the nearby villages. The springs offer a welcome relief from the Mediterranean heat, as well as a habitat for a surprising variety of wildlife.

  • Archangelos, Rhodes, 851 02

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Q:Do you have to pay to get into Seven Springs?
A:No, there is no entry fee to get into Seven Springs. It’s a natural area on Rhodes where you can swim or walk through the narrow, dark tunnel leading to the man-made lake. Parking is free. A restaurant and souvenir shop are located here, as well.
Q:How long is the walk at Seven Springs, Rhodes?
A:The popular walking trail at Seven Springs, Rhodes, is an easy 0.8-mile (1.4-kilometer) loop that takes around 25 minutes to complete. Part of the trail takes you through a 492-foot (150-meter) tunnel, but there’s an alternative above-ground path if you’d rather not go into the dark, narrow tunnel.
Q:Can you swim at Seven Springs, Rhodes?
A:Yes, you can swim in the freshwater lake at Seven Springs, Rhodes, and cool off from the summer heat here, as the water temperatures are quite cold year-round. If you don’t want to go for a full swim, cool your feet on the walk through ankle-deep water in the tunnel.
Q:Is Seven Springs in Rhodes worth a visit?
A:Yes, Seven Springs in Rhodes is worth visiting if you are looking for a refreshing escape in a beautiful natural setting. You can swim in the freshwater lake and walk through the dark, narrow tunnels. It can be quite crowded, however, especially on a hot summer’s day.
Q:Is Seven Springs in Lindos?
A:No, Seven Springs is not in the village of Lindos. It is near the village of Kolympia, about 15 miles (25 kilometers) north of Lindos. Rhodes is not a big island, and you can visit Lindos and Seven Springs on the same day. Guided tours sometimes combine the two places.
Q:How long is the tunnel at Seven Springs?
A:The narrow, dark tunnel at Seven Springs is about 492 feet (150 meters) long and 6.5 feet (2.5 meters) high. You’ll be walking through ankle-deep water, so bring along your sense of adventure. The tunnel was built in 1931 and channels water from the springs and Loutanis River.