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Kos Holidays | Cheap Holidays to Kos


Kos is one of the most popular holiday islands in the Dodecanese. The island has a well-established tourist industry, which benefits visitors because the island is very organized. The locals are very friendly people and they have realized just how important tourism is for the island. Kos offers plenty of action in the summer, but goes rather quiet in the wintertime.

Kos has immense selection of superb beaches, which are usually found on the south coast. Naturally, most of activities on the island are based around the water. The swimming possibilities are plenty and it is a great place for diving or snorkelling as well. Moreover, Kos is an excellent place for windsurfing, jet-skiing or even sailing in your own yacht. There are plenty of day-tripper boats which can take you to other nearby islands, as well as to Turkey if you wish.

The mountain villages on the island possess a remarkable beauty and it can easily be visited either by car, bus or bicycle. Kos is also a place for some of the world’s most fascinating historical sites that are all worth a visit. Many of the structures were built somewhere between 3rd to 4th century B.C.

There are plenty of sightseeing to do while you are visiting Kos. The island has beautiful ancient sites to offer including castles, museums, amusement, and a lot more. Touring around the island lets you discover unique and stunning landscapes as well.

The south coast of Kos, between the airport and Andimahia, boasts the most beautiful and secluded beaches on the island. Moreover, the most popular beaches offer the traditional sun bed, snack bar and jet-ski hire. The loneliest beach is probably ‘Camel,’ which is in a jet-ski free zone. ‘Camel’ is also one of the best places on the island for snorkelling. ‘Paradise’ beach, on the north side, is considered to be the best and it stretches several kilometres between Lagada and Chrisi Akti beach. Marmari and Mastichari beach, also on the north, offer great opportunities for surfers.

Nude bathing is only legal on very few beaches in Greece and it is considered offensive to the traditional Greeks. It is also a bad etiquette to swim or sunbathe within the sight of a church, and there are several churches around the Greek coastline. Topless sunbathing may be legal nationwide, but there are several areas which have adopted their own policy and opted out of this liberal approach by posting signs that should not be ignored. The police rarely hand out fines, but you can end up with three days in jail if you ignore the first warning.

The trendy looking restaurants at the waterfront in Kos town are very touristic as a rule of thumb. However, the small backstreets in Kos have plenty of really good restaurants serving excellent food as well. The choice of dishes varies from typical Greek to a more sophisticated French cuisines.

The island offers several very nice and cosy cafés. They are the traditional meeting places for many of the locals when taking a break, having a snack or just relaxing.

The nightlife in Kos town is based around two streets, Diakon and Nafklirou, and it is where you will find most of the bars and nightclubs. Summertime action is guaranteed! Naturally, there are also several nightclubs outside Kos town and many of the resorts have their own nightclubs for their guests as well.

Kos offers a proud heritage of traditional Greek products together with what you will normally find at popular tourist destinations. A stroll through the old town of Kos offers you everything from olive oil soap and a jar of locally produced honey to the latest game console for kids.

Kos is also an exciting place to shop for jewellery, leather goods, perfumes and souvenirs—there are plenty of good deals to be found. The more traditional artwork and craft items are also widely available throughout the island. The supermarkets have an array of traditional products. However, if your are looking for a fresh local produce of fruits and vegetables, you can find it at the main square in town.

The bakeries in Kos fill the morning air with an unmistakable aroma of freshly baked breads. They are definitely worth a visit as there are several delicious cookies and pastries available. The more fashionable shops and all big brands are located in the modern part of the island, where you will find the latest designer accessories. Many of the mountain villages offer lovely handmade ceramics as well as exquisite hand-woven fabrics and embroideries.

The village of Pili is known for its fantastic selection of top-notch cheese products. The ‘red cheese’ - a cheese baked in red wine - comes highly recommended.


Efesos Beach Unrated
The Efesos Beach Boutique Hotel is a small comfortable hidden among overshadowing trees. The hotel is Located just 120m from the sea, 2km from Tigaki village, 8km from Kos Town and 18km from the airport. All of which can be reached within minutes by car,..
Mastichari 26 km from Kos town: Very beautiful holiday village "Ifigeneia Maisonette", 2 storeys, built in 2004, surrounded by trees and fields. On the outskirts, 4 km from the centre of Mastichari Village, in a quiet, sunny position, 500 m..
Sunshine Unrated
General Description: Sunshine in Tigaki has 38 rooms, spread over 1 floor. The hotel is located 300 m from the sandy beach. The closest cities to the hotel are Tigaki (300 m) and Kos (12 km). To make your stay more comfortable a reception. The staff in..
The Afentoulis Studios are location in the resort of Kefalos on the south west side of Kos, with the beach is 500m away and 20Km from the airport. Situated in Kefalos the Afentoulis Studios is close to the resorts restaurants, bars and shops and a couple..
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..
Located 2 km from the beach, 3 km from Asclepieion archaeological site and from Kos city center and 4 km from Lambi beach. Facilities and services include breakfast room, bar, swimming pool, children's playground, wireless Internet access, safe (at reception/extra..
Complex amenities include an outdoor swimming pool, children´s pool, safety box (extra charge) at the reception and parking. The apartments feature air conditioning (extra charge), kitchenette, fridge and balcony/terrace. ** Please note that the..
Hotel Bristol is located in the centre of Kos Town and only 1 Km from historical and lively centre of Kos, also close to the beach, and within easy reach of bars and nightlife. Property facilities feature a reception with limited opening hours, free Wifi..
The family run hotel Eleni is located in a side road of the Kefalos resort. The main beach and the resort centre with it's shop's, restaurants, bars and taverns are approx. 400 m away. The hotel facilities includes reception, bar and pool with sunbeds...
Facilities and services include elevator, parking, bar, swimming pool, wireless Internet access, safe (extra charge) and 24-hour reception. Apartments feature living room, balcony/terrace, kitchenette,coffee/tea maker fridge and bathroom. ** Please note..
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