Kardamena: A three-kilometre-long beach with shallow blue water, sand dunes and cedars trees that provide natural shade. The sea breeze and the scent of cedar give the place an idyllic atmosphere. The beach has tourist amenities and is a particular favourite of water sports enthusiasts.
Tigaki: A tropical paradise with 10 kilometres of golden sand and shallow waters, ideal for families with children and for surfing the waves in the open sea. The road that connects Kos Town with Tigaki is good for cycling. The beach has tourist facilities and is a great place to go with a group of friends or if you’re a fan of water sports.
St Stephen: A much-photographed beach that combines the beauty of nature with history, as it is just a few metres from the lovely old ruins of two early Christian temples (5th-6th century). It has tourist amenities and offers opportunities for water sports. Right in the middle of the bay is the small rocky island of Kastri and the Church of St Nicholas. The beach is located three kilometres northeast of the village of Kefalos, and can also be reached by walking along the coast from Kamari Beach.
Mastihari: One of the island’s most exotic beaches, where white sand and sparkling turquoise waters come together to create an idyllic landscape. The beach offers every amenity, with excellent water sports facilities, especially windsurfing. If you stay until the evening, you will be rewarded with a fabulous sunset.
Paradise Beach: A seemingly endless six-kilometre stretch of sand with shallow crystal-clear waters and a gradually shelving beach against an exotic backdrop of palm trees and cedars. The beach has colourful umbrellas and sun beds and offers every amenity for water sports. Its restaurants and tavernas are renowned for their fresh fish. It is well worth visiting if you choose a ferry ticket to Kos.