Camel beach is found on the south coast of Kos
, it’s the next beach along from Paradise beach
when heading south down the islands main road so finding the beach is easy, getting to it is a little more challenging as the winding dirt road that makes it’s way from the main road to the coast can be a bit daunting, particularly in the typical low powered Kos hire cars.
At the bottom of the road you’ll find a small car parking area just behind the only taverna. The beach itself has two main sections, the first one, by the taverna is the main section, the other one to the west and beyond the rock formation is a similar width but shallower, this area, as it’s more secluded, is sometimes used by nudists.
Camel beach is made up of sand and some rocks, it has lovely scenery and crystal clear water making it ideal for snorkelling. It’s also not as popular as some of the other beaches in the area so if you like to get away from the mass crowds of some of the other Kos beaches then Camel could be a good choice, the only thing is, as it’s a relatively small beach it can sometimes feel busy even with just a few people. On both sections of the beach you’ll find sun beds to hire but there’s no water sports or entertainment on the beach.