Three quarters of Kos Island is covered by long, sandy sea shores. They can be visited
by any means of transport. Within the coastal resorts, these are accessible on foot. There
is a variety of beaches ranging from long sandy, short shingle to black volcanic
throughout the island of Kos.
This beach has both sand and pebbles. Well organised with sunbeds and umbrellas
and sea sports. It has clear waters and is ideal for snorkelling. With many traditional taverns
serving a variety of local and international dishes for every taste, it is worth a visit.
The beach is covered with black sand (volcanic). It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
The locals adore it; it is quiet, therefore it is usually the main preference of families. This beach is for skillful swimmers
as the sea deepens abruptly. There is also a tavern serving traditional Greek food.
After Agios Fokas Beach, an impressive rocky landscape at the far side of Kos
town lies the beach of Therma. The waters reputably bear healing properties as they
are rich in Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur and Sodium. These elements are
the basis in cures for skin related problems, arthritic, rheumatic diseases, injuries etc. The
temperature of the waters vary between 30-50 degrees Celsius. A pod has been made
surrounded by rocks, allowing the sea water in and hence cooling the hot waters.
The Therma can be visited by bus, car and bicycle.
Mylos beach is another great beach. It has white, fine, clean sand. Also awarded with the
blue flag by the European Commission. The keywords for this beach are: Mylos Beach bar,
great music, young at heart, fun, drinks, various live performances at night.
The beach of Lambi is located in Kos Town and stretches for 1 kilometre. It is an organised
sandy beach with sunbeds and umbrellas as well as various restaurants, snack bars and cafes.
The name of the beach means "abandoned boat yard" (karnayio). The sea is shallow, the
beach is clean and sandy. It's a quiet beach, with a small tavern serving traditional dishes.
The beach of Tigaki is 13 kilometers from the centre of Kos Town. It is one of the most
beautiful and popular beaches in Kos Island. It has a long sandy beach extending over 10
kilometers with crystal shallow waters. There is an abundance of greenery and flowers around.
There is also the usual flourish of restaurants, taverns, bars, shops and amenities such as water
sports, sunbeds and umbrellas.
The beach of Marmari is 15 kiometers from the center of Kos Town. It is 5 kilometres
from the village of Pyli. This beach is similar to Tigaki beach but less crowded. It
has taverns with traditional Greek mezedes and fresh fish.
It reminds you of a tropical location. You can rent beds and umbrellas, or simply bring
your own towel. It's a quiet beach with fine sand. The waters are very clean, and are ideal for
windsurfing. Fans of water sports can enjoy them in the big hotels nearby. There is a
beach bar offering food, drinks, and playing relaxing music.
The beach of Mastichari has white sand, and its emerald waters remind you of an exotic
place. Mastichari beach is 3 kilometers north-west of Antimachia. The little port of the
village has daily boat trips to the island of Kalymnos. The village of Mastichari has the
usual assortment of restaurants, tavernas, cafes and shops.
The beach of Kardamena is located on the west coast of Kos Island. It stretches from the
villages port for over 3 kilometres. It has fine white sand and crystalline emerald waters.
In Kardamena there are well organised beaches, with clean waters, many restaurants,
bars, cafes and shops.
Nice waters, golden sand, less crowded.
Crowded, nice waters, golden sand, organised water sports, restaurant-bar, a
big variety of water sports.
A bay full of rocks. Once you drive left, down the mountain, you will get to the beach
which is white and sandy. There are sunbeds and umbrellas, or simply bring your own towel.
On the way to Kefalos, turn right and you will reach the Beach of Limnionas. The
beach consists of fine white sand. The water is usually wavy and rocks are to be found.
There is a tavern serving fresh fish.
Before you reach Club Mediterrane, go down on your left. Cool, crystal clear waters
await you, occasionally stony, but thereafter the sea becomes magical.
Rental sunbeds and umbrellas are available but not necessary.
It is a beach that is also visited by the locals. There is food for every taste, including fresh fish.
There is also organised water sports on this beach. The sea is sandy in some areas,
and stony in some others. Worth a visit.
After Kefalos we arrive at the beach of Agios Theologos. It is all white sand and crystal
clear waters. There are usually few people at this beach. It's more or less the end of the
island. Great atmosphere when there is a full moon ...
We are a family-run self-catering accommodation situated 3 km from the centre of Kos Town in the area of Iraklis which is part of Psalidi.
We offer Studios, One-Bedroom Apartments and Two-Bedroom Apartments catering for two to four persons. Our place is 300 metres away from the beach, opposite a bus stop, 1 km away from the Marina, close to restaurants, mini markets, supermarkets and popular windsurfing centres. There is a snack bar by the pool where you can order breakfast, or snacks throughout the day; drinks are served day and night. With many amenities at hand, we offer our guests a relaxed environment, a friendly atmosphere and all the information for a holiday to remember!
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