Marmari, Kos, Greece
The unspoilt resort of Marmari is tucked away on a quiet coastline and features a long sandy beach which is popular with windsurfers. Marmari is a relatively quiet resort and is ideal for a peaceful relaxed holiday.
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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.
Marmari is nestled away on the north coast of Kos and offers a main street which runs through this small resort and is lined with tourist shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants. The resort is reasonably quiet and therfore not suited to those seeking a lively nightlife.Read more about: Beaches | Out and About | Quick Facts | Marmari Reviews
Map of Marmari
Mr C Stewart, Newcastle Upon Tyne
|3rd Aug 2017|
|Roselands Bungalow Hotel|
|Single - Garden View|
Only a 15 minute walk to the beach where you will find nice food and bars/restaurants.
Miss S Raveney, Sevenoaks
|13th Jul 2017|
|Caravia Beach Hotel|
|Double Or Twin|
Marmari itself is quite quiet, but absolutely beautiful. There are local shops and supermarkets as well as some bars. There is a water park close by and it is a short trip to Kos town where you can sight see.
Mrs S Cunningham, Dukinfield
|1st Jun 2017|
|Blue Jay Beach Hotel|
|Family 1 Bedroom|
Nice beach, but resort very small. Not that many tavernas to eat in, but easy access to Kos town using the bus service.
Mr R Kilcullen, Glasgow
|17th Sep 2016|
|Single - Garden View|
Very clean, very helpful.
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Marmari has a popular sandy beach which shelves gently into the sea and even in the peak season the beach rarely gets crowded. The sea can get quite choppy so is perfect for windsurfers.
Out and About
For visitors seeking a more lively atmosphere Kos Town is only a 15 minute drive away where there is a wealth of restaurants and jumping nightlife. Kos Town also houses historical sites including a medieval castle, Roman ruins and for those wishing to go further afield ferries are available from Kos Town for day trips to neighbouring islands.
Kos Airport is approximately 24 km away - transfer time approx. 20 minutes.
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