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Kardamena is one of the most popular resorts in Greece, particularly with young Brits looking for a lively and entertaining holiday. Once a small fishing village, the town is now very commercialised with scores of English-style pubs and restaurants, and tightly packed apartment blocks. A wide variety of watersports can be organised from the long sandy beach and the Kardamena resort is well-placed for those who want to explore the island's fascinating interior.

Kardamena is packed with shops offering everything from designer clothes to tacky holiday souvenirs. Most are located around the main square. Good buys include the local jewellery and sponge (from the Nisyros volcano). For those in self-catering apartments, there are some good supermarkets offering most of the well-known brands. The two largest, both called Louis, are situated in the main square and by the bridge at the top of Main Bar Street. There are also some interesting local markets, including one on Bodrum, across the water in Turkey (Tuesdays).

There is a wide choice of restaurants in Kardamena to suit all tastes, from Indian and traditional Greek to fast food joints and cafes offering full English breakfasts and Premiership football. Even those with a penchant for good home food should try the local fare, at least once. Many of the best Greek restaurants are clustered on the seafront.

It's not quite Ibiza, but the nightlife in Kardamena is still fairly intense, with dozens of bars and clubs catering to all musical tastes, from indie classics to cheesy pop. The main nightclubs stay open until about 4am during the week, and 6am at weekends, during the warmer months. The nightlife is vibrant and fun and definitely dominated by tourists.

The main beach in Kardamena is ideal for both lazy days in the sun and for watersports - everything from pedalos to jet skiing and banana rides can be organised, as well as scuba diving and snorkelling. Other beaches with watersports are Banana Beach and Sovereign Beach. The aptly-named Bubble Beach is popular, and nearby Helona Beach has Blue Flag status.

There are fascinating historical sites scattered around the island to see while on holiday, particularly in the capital Kos Town, 40 minutes away. Further afield, boat tours can be arranged to the spectacular volcanic island of Nisyros and to Rhodes (though be aware the journey takes almost three hours).

When most people think of Kos, they envision sun drenched beaches and thousands of young tourists on package holidays, but there is more to Kos than meets the eye, with some wonderful sightseeing opportunities on offer.

History buffs will enjoy a day trip to the dramatic and beautiful Patmos, the island where the exiled St John the Evangelist wrote the Biblical Book of Revelations. Asclepieion, south of Kos Town, was the sacred healing temple where the physician Hippocrates is said to have taught students. The hot sulphur springs at Agia Irini or the hot sea water pools at Agios Fokos are also worth a visit to take a therapeutic dip.

Take a stroll around the old harbour area opposite Dolphins Square to view the sculptures by Alexandros Alwyn, and the huge Tree of Hippocrates, which is located in front of the entrance to Knights Castle, one of Kos Town's most famous attractions and a really exciting, and extensive, ruin to explore. The ruins of a Hellenistic Temple dedicated to Hercules and the Roman Odeon are also located here, and the Archaeological Museum in the Plateia Eleftherias will captivate visitor's imaginations.

On a less historical note, the warm Aegean Sea is perfect for watersports: waterskiing, jet skiing, and parasailing are ideal for adventurous adults, while pedalos and banana boats are popular with older children. Kos is known as having some of the best sandy, golden beaches in Greece, including Kefalos, Kardamena, and Lambi. For those looking for outdoor activities beyond the beach, hiking on the mountain of Dikaios is a must, while the more relaxed option of biking around the towns is a safe and scenic way to see Kos's local life.

The Anastasia is a small family run hotel situated 1.5 km from the centre of Kos Town surrounded by mini-markets, cafeterias and restaurants. The apartments are equipped with bath/shower, kitchenette, telephone and balcony or terrace. The hotel has a..
Facilities and services include a 24 hrs reception, restaurant, lounge bar, outdoor pool (closed during winter season), children pool and parking. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, kitchenette, fridge and TV. Address: Marmari, 85300, Kos Island,..
Frosini hotel is located 100 m from the beach, in the outskirts of Kos town, the capital of the Island, 1, 5 km from the centre and close to bars, restaurants and the public transport. The airport is 23 km from the hotel. The hotel facilities and services..
Hotel Hermes is located in a quiet area in Marmari, just 900 m from the marvellous beach and not far from bars and small Greek taverns in the resort¿s centre. There is a public bus service running every 30 minutes to Kos, just 12 km away. This property..
A family hotel with a reception. The hotel has a small lobby with bar and a TV corner. The rooms have shower, telephone, radio and balcony or terrace.
The hotel amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, safety box at reception (extra charge), parking, bar, wireless Internet access and 24-hour reception . The rooms feature air conditioning, balcony/terrace, fridge and TV. Address: 8 Sintagmatos Dodekanision..
The hotel has a reception, pool area with sun beds and umbrellas and a snack bar. Restaurant, Internet (payable) and safety boxes for rent. Studio: Equipped with electric kitchen, oven, refrigerator, coffee machine, shower/bath, hairdryer, telephone,..
Anastasia Hotel is situated on the outskirts of Kos Town only a stones throw from the resort center nearby the nightlife of Kos and the historical sights of the old town. Kos Town has countless tavernas- restaurants- mini-markets and shopping options...
The Anna Hotel is situated in the area of Lambi and 2km from Kos Town. Bars, mini markets, restaurants and tourist shops re close by to the complex. facilities include swimming pool, sunbeds, snack / pool bar and reception and safe box at reception area..
The Anthoula Hotel rests on a hill in the popular town of Kefalos, just 500 m from the sweeping Kamari beach with the sapphire blue Sea beyond. Within easy walking distance of the centre of the village of Kefalos and from the beach, this friendly 2 Star..
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