Beaches to Visit in Kos, Greece
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Kos Island in Greece is known for its Greek and Roman landmarks, archaeological sites, and castles. The island is full of surprises with the heritage, monuments, and natural beauty scattered all around. The island of Kos is also known for its beautiful sandy beaches. The crystalline waters, the spectacular sunsets, and amazing views all around make the beaches of Kos a must-see.
3 km north of Kos Town, you will find the popular and family friendly beach of Lambi. The long, sandy beach stretches for 1 km to the port of the island. Lambi Beach is well-organized with umbrellas and sun beds. Snack bars and cafés. Restaurants are close by overlook the sea. This beach has everything you need nearby and walking to Kos Town is possible.
Psalidi Beach is located 3 km southeast of Kos Town. Psalidi is a long and sandy beach with some pebbles scattered around. This beach is in a picturesque cove and features both sand and pebbles along with its gorgeous waters. There are beach bars along the coast and taverns nearby. The beach of Psalidi has water sports centers and umbrellas and sun beds available. If you’re looking for a place to stay near Psalidi Beach, there are a number of luxurious hotels.
If you’re looking for a nudist friendly beach, Camel Beach is located 6 km from Kefalos and 30 km southwest of Kos Town. This sandy beach has pebbles and lovely waters. This beach is less busy than some of the other beaches in the area, but there are facilities around for your convenience and the beach itself is well-organized. The landscape surrounding the beach is rocky.
Located 40 km from Kos Town and close to Kefalos Town, Kefalos Beach is a long and sandy cove at the southern side of the island of Kos. The beach is family friendly and features water sports including windsurfing. Kos beach is organized with umbrellas and sun beds. The water perfect for swimming and water sports. Kastri islet can be found at the entrance of Kefalos Beach. There are beach bars and taverns at the beach.
If you’re staying in Kos Town, this is the most convenient beach to visit. Town Beach within walking distance and all amenities you need are nearby as is the harbor. This small beach is organized with sun beds and umbrellas available. The shore of Town Beach is pebbled and the waters can be deep. Water sports are available at this beach.
Kardamena Beach is one of the most popular beaches on the island of Kos. The beach is located 30 km southwest of Kos Town and stretches for over 3 km. The beach features soft sand and beautiful crystal waters. Sun beds and umbrellas are available and there is a diving club and water sports on site as well.
The beautiful island of Kos is home to over twenty beaches. Whether you’re looking for a nudist friendly beach or a beach that is busy with water sports, you’ll find it here.
This post was written by Greek Boston