Things to Do in Kos
Its plush grounds are famous for their green vegetation and are considered one of the most temperate places in the world, both qualities making it ripe for medicinal progress and advancement, something known in Kos since 460 BC, when Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was born.
Today, there is an array of blissful activities to take part in. Check out the new Marina, which just turned 10 years old, or hop down to old harbor where you can get some of the best sailing or boating on the continent.
With tons of other modern accommodations, you can always stay on top, while you see the well-preserved and myth-laden archaeological sites of Greek antiquity. As the heart of the Dodecanese Islands, there may be no better to way to spend time away in Greece.
As Kos is a popular location for many visitors to Greece, there are quite a number of ways to get in and around, starting with the various ferries that leave almost every day from surrounding locations. If you are in Athens, the best way in is by plane from Athens airport.
Once there, it would be a good idea to coordinate where and when exactly you are planning on going. As a small island, there are buses that seem to go everywhere, so it becomes just a matter of acquainting yourself with the schedules. No patience for that? Another popular option is to simply rent a scooter for a few days. They can be found at about 10 euros per day.
Lambi Beach is located at the northeast corner of the island of Kos in the Dodecanese island group of Greece. Since the island of Kos is located so close to Turkey, it makes an easy day trip, and Lambi Beach is not far from the port. The island is often included in island hopping boat tours from Turkey as well. It is one of the closest beaches to the town of Kos, the island's main town. Due to its proximity to the town, Lambi Beach is easy to access for visitors staying in Kos for the nightlife.
It is a long beach with both pebbles and fine sand, and plenty of beach chairs and umbrellas. Visitors come here to swim, sunbath, and enjoy a variety of other water activities. It's a popular beach with several tourist facilities and shops. There are several restaurants and cafes serving seafood and other local meals near and even on the beach. Along the shore is a flat path ideal for cyclists. The path leads to the nearby village of Tigaki.
With its white sand, turquoise waters, and refreshing lack of tourists, Limnionas Beach is where you can plop yourself directly into one of the postcard seascapes for which Greece is famous. Set in a cove along Limnionas Bay, the beach is protected from strong winds and rough seas, making it a haven for boat excursions and snorkeling.
One of the largest water parks in Greece, Lido Waterpark offers upwards of 18 acres (7 hectares of wet and wild fun. Cool off while you zoom down water slides, splash in the wave pool, float along the lazy river, and relax in the hot tub. Smaller tots have a dedicated interactive area with gentle wading pools and waterfalls.
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