Mastihari, Kos, Greece
Mastihari is a small fishing village, traditionally Greek and low key. There is a busy and colourful port which provides fish for the many fish restaurants in the resort. Suitable for families looking for a relaxing holiday in a friendly environment.
Mastihari is positioned on the north-west coast of Kos and offers a traditional Greek feel. The days are relaxed and during the day life revolves around the port where the fishermen haul in their daily catch. The small village centre is mainly pedistrianised and features charming shops and cafes and the seafront promenade has a range of bars and tavernas serving Greek dishes and local seafood. For those seeking fast food outlets and nightlife should head to one of the bigger resorts.Read more about: Beaches | Nearby Attractions | Quick Facts | Mastihari Reviews
Mastihari has a long sandy beach which is fringed by a few local tavernas. Visitors can choose between lazing on one of the sun loungers or taking advantage of the non motorised watersports including pedaloes, windsurfing and catamarans. On windy days the sea offers the perfect environment for windsurfing.
For those seeking abit more action, Kos Town is only a 30 minute drive away and there are daily buses and ferries which run each day from the small harbour to Kalymnos. Kos Town is lively and ideal for those seeking historical sites including the 15th Century Castle of the knights, Roman baths and the famous tree of Hippocrates.
Kos Airport is approximately 8 km away - transfer time approx. 10 minutes. Due to the proximity of the airport some aircraft noise may be heard.
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