The lovely town of Lindos lies on the island's east side, 50 km from Rhodes town, and has about 1,000 inhabitants. On its picturesque streets, the renovated "Captain's residences" of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries with the unique exterior and interior decoration, catch one's attention. One of the residences houses the Ioannidis folk collection, which includes noteworthy articles of domestic use. The acropolis of ancient Lindos stands on a triangular rock, bearing witness to the town's glorious past. On its top are fortification walls of the Castle of the Knignts, remains of the Byzantine church of Agios Ioannis, and a small temple of Lindian Athena. At the town's harbour stand the ancient theatre and the gymnasium. Of special note are: Kleovoulos's tomb, which was turned into the church of Agios Aimilianos, the 14th century church of the Virgin with the exquisitely carved wooden screen at the main square, and the chapel of Agios Pavlos at the port of the same name. Lindos, along with the neighbouring beaches, attract many holiday-makers during the summer months.