Kos Town – Kos


Transfer Time – 45 minutes

Best For – Families and couples wanting a chic, lively resort, young and lively flock here in the high season too.

Kos Town is better known as the Capital of Kos, a chic resort, dripping in history and Greek architecture. The focal point of this beautiful resort has to be the harbour where you will see all the locals fishing men mending their nets and bringing in the fresh catch of the day all the way up to the millionaires mooring up their yachts, this resort attracts all walks of life. Kos Town has many, many shops and boutiques to browse around too.

There are two beaches that you can enjoy in Kos Town, both large and with gorgeous sandy shores shelving into the Mediterranean, perfect for families where children ant to play on the sand. There are many smaller coves with in walking distance of the town centre should you wish to relax and enjoy the peace. The main beaches of Kos Town all have a wide selection of water sports for the young and young at heart, ranging from pedaloes, ringo’s and water skiing, jet skiing and even para gliding, there is literally something to keep everyone happy. There is also many many beach front bars and cafés, tavernas and snack bars should you wish to escape that midday sun or somewhere to enjoy a cool drink or two.

Kos Town has a huge selection of places to wine and dine, there are many. Many bars, cafés, cocktail bars and even the odd British pub offering drinks and evening entertainment to suit all people, young and old and family bars too. The restaurants and tavernas are plentiful too, all offering local, traditional and international dishes. There are plenty fast food places and pizza bars offering a quick snack to tide you over. The night-life in Kos Town is varied and lively, with a good selection of disco’s and nightclubs too, people travel from all over the island to enjoy the night-life Kos Town has to offer.

There is so much more to Kos Town than bars, beaches and restaurants, the whole place is steeped in history, the beautiful harbour is guarded by the Venetian Castle of the Knights, built in 14th century, then you have umpteen archaeological sites rediscovering mosaic and historical treasures, and of course many fabulous churches and museums. Then you have water parks and fairgrounds for younger families etc. or maybe fabulous beaches at Kamari or Kefalos for the sun worshippers or maybe a boat trip around the island or across to Rhodes or turkey, the choice is endless, so much choice.

Kos Town is a mixture of culture and fun with easy access to many other areas and a beautiful harbour where you can just sit back, enjoy a cool drink and watch this bustling little resort go about its business, stunning!!!

Joanna Baker

About Joanna Baker

23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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