With a coastline of 121 kilometers, Kos opens its hospitable, sandy, serene, crystalline self to visitors, inviting sea and sun lovers into its welcoming embrace. Its unique shoreline gazes at once north and south, east and west, with warm, windless days alternating with cool breezy ones freshened by the Aegean winds: Kos offers a multitude of choices for every taste, every visitor. From its most isolated corners, left to the silence of the ages and the touch of the sea, to its bustling, lively sandy beaches, the services and amenities on offer are anything but limited.
This exciting beach is slightly secluded from the rest cosmopolitan area due to its rocky environment. It was named camel for if someone observes the beach from afar it resembles to the animal camel.Read more
Nature and history come together on Agios Stefanos beach, the island’s most photographed beach. The ruins of paleo-Christian churches just steps from the sea, its clean water, golden sand.Read more
Located on the island’s south-west coast, this heavenly beach has rightly earned its name. Fine white sand, clean shallow water and a perfect orientation towards the magnificent Greek sunsets.Read more
A peaceful, tranquil, isolated bay (“cavo”), Cavo Paradiso beach is a well-kept secret on the island’s south coast. Its turquoise waters, fine golden sand and beauty almost untouched by human hands.Read more
Kamari beach, otherwise known as Kefalos after the neighboring village, with its refreshing crystal-clear water, spotless sandy, flawlessly-organized beach is a magnet for hundreds of visitors.Read more
The Limnionas beach is located in a tranquil cove on the north side of area kefalos and around 43km from the city of Kos.Read more