Surrounded by the Aegean Sea, the resort of Kardamena is located on the south coast of the Greek island of Kos. Kardamena used to be a small quiet fishing village with only a few taverns but now there are dozens of hotels, restaurants, bars and shops to choose from. As the resort has grown, holidays in Kardamena have changed through the years, but what hasn't changed is the lovely weather, the beautiful beaches and the vibrant nightlife. Kardamena's 5km sandy beach washed by crystal clear waters is the longest beach on Kos Island and is ideal for sunbathing, fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving and watersports. A holiday in Kardemena is the perfect choice whether you’re looking to party every night or seeking a relaxed and chilled-out family break. What's more, flights to Kardemena takes less than four hours from the UK, meaning a holiday in Kardemana is never too far away.
Things To Do
Kardamena holidays centre around the lovely beaches, whether youre looking to sunbathe your day away or to take to the waters on a boat or windsurf board. Get active with a bike ride or horseback trek through the islands countryside. Kos Town is there to be explored from the 14th century Castle of the Knights to the ancient streets in the old quarter, where you can visit Hippocrates plane tree. The resorts bowling alley and The Lido Waterpark in Mastichari are favourites with families.
Kardamena is the best place on the island for party animals. Start your evening in its waterfront cocktail lounges and then move on to the resorts latenight dance bars and clubs. The main nightclubs are Status, Starlight, Zoom and Downtown, which all stay open until to the early hours of the morning with guaranteed endless fun accompanied by dance and drinks.
Food & Drink
There are a wide variety of restaurants in Kardamena that serve up a wide variety of food including Chinese, Greek or Indian. There are also many fast food takeaways available for pizzas and burgers. You cant go the Greek islands and not sample the traditional mezze, kleftiko, mousakka and freshly caught fish and seafood. Traditional ouzo and local wines are a perfect accompaniment to any meal.