Here's a paradox of a place – a busy island capital before it was ever a 'resort' …yet it really does appeal to every type of visitor. Holidays in Kos Town are almost all things to all people.
A 15th century Knights castle tops a list of historic relics that includes Venetian buildings, Roman baths and the Plane Tree of Hippocrates. The trunk of this plant Methuselah now has a 39ft circumference. And its surrounding piazza is a lively focal point for Kos Town. Holidays here have you sightseeing by accident – as you sit at a pavement café, shop for shoes and jewellery, or stroll through charming streets toward the harbour.
Waterfront bars and restaurants are everything from romantic rendezvous to typical taverna or pizza 'n pasta house. So the area is a buzz after dark – whether you're looking for a budget-breaking banquet or dinner that's delicious but cheap. Holidays in Kos Town aren't short on beaches either ... with sand and pebble stretches to the south and lovely Lambi just north of the harbour. And the icing on the cake is a lively night scene of bars, clubs and discos.
So, where to stay … Couples enjoy the simplicity of the Hotel Bahamas or top class self-catering holidays in Kos Town's Aegean Houses. There's also the All Inclusive Blue Lagoon Resort. But there's bags more choice, and with late deals you could find great last minute holidays to Kos Town.
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Our hotels and apartments in Kos Town include Alice Springs Hotel and Apartments, Ambavris I, Blue Lagoon Resort, Hotel Bahamas, Nicon Apartments, Nirides Beach Apartments and Poseidon Hotel & Apartments.