Kos Town, Kos, Greece
Kos Town has two main sandy beaches with watersports and an excellent choice of nightlife including bars and tavernas situated along the promenade. Ideal for anyone but particularly for holidaymakers looking for a lively base in the height of season.
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Book with confidence
Your package holiday is financially protected with ATOL
£1 hotel deposits
Pay the balance up to 2 weeks before you fly.
£30pp holiday deposits
Spread the cost on package holidays.
Kos Town is the island's capital and appeals to every type of holidaymaker. The resort has historical sites, waterfront bars and restaurants, lively nightlife and beautiful beaches. There is also plenty of choice when it comes to places to stay from the 5 star resorts to self catering accommodation.Read more about: Beaches | Out and About | Nearby Attractions | Quick Facts | Kos Town Reviews
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Kos Town Reviews
Miss D Watson, Aberdeen
|22nd Aug 2017|
|Double Or Twin|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Lots of fantastic tavernas with lovely food. Some really nice shops in the town too.
Mr S Greer, Blyth
|13th Jul 2017|
|1 Bedroom Apt|
I have been to most of the Greek Islands now and I can easily say this is the best one up to now. It has a fantastic coastline, lovely for anyone who enjoys a long walk or even a bike ride as there are numerous bike hire places and well worth the price. Great food, good selection of bars and restaurants. All in all, well worth a visit.
Mr D Bloomfield, Norwich
|22nd Jun 2017|
|Continental Palace Hotel|
|Double Or Twin - Side Sea View|
Kos town is full of bars and restaurants. Nice beaches and free sunbeds if you buy a drink at the bar. Plenty of trips available including boat trips to other islands and Turkey. Good bus service to other places. The old town is well worth a look.
Mr F Wright, Coventry
|15th Jun 2017|
|Kosta Palace Hotel|
|Double Or Twin - Harbour View|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Something for all age groups.
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Kos Town has a small sandy and pebble beach which stretches in front of the medieval walls and is fringed with cafes and restaurants. Alternatively there is a larger beach just north of the harbour.
Out and About
Visitors will not be disappointed with all Kos Town has to offer. By day the beaches are crowded with people lounging on the beach or enjoy some of the watersports on offer and by night the restaurants are buzzing and the lively clubs are throbbing with clubbers. For those seeking history, a 15th century knights castle, roman baths and the Plane Tree of Hippocrates are all a must to see.
For those who want to explore further afield visitiors can take a ferry from the harbour to the islands and resorts of Rhodes, Nisyros and Bodrum. Tingaki is nearby which hosts a lovely sandy beach which is easily accessible by local transport.
Kos Airport is approximately 30 km away - transfer time approx. 40 minutes.
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