Limnionas beach is a small sand beach with some shingle in places around the entrance to the sea. To get to Limnionas beach you have to head north through Kefalos
until you get to the end of the road at the northern coast of Kos
island. When you get there you’ll find several spots for parking the car, mainly around the taverna and harbour but also at the side of the road.
Close to the beach there’s a small fishing harbour and just above sits a taverna where you can get food and refreshments, it’s up a slight hill but still easily accessible from the beach. You’ll also find another even smaller beach just behind the taverna, this little beach has no facilities at all and is slightly pebbly.
The main Limnionas beach has a single row of sunbeds available to hire but no water sports or other entertainment provided. The beach is very calm due to the fact that it’s in a man made bay and it’s backed by a large rock face and some trees so these protect from the northern winds and make the beach perfect for youngsters and snorkelling.
With Limnionas being quite out of the way it’s never over crowded. You can normally get a sun lounger no matter what time you arrive but if not there’s plenty of room past the loungers to lay a towel down and claim a bit of space to yourself. Either way it’s a great alternative to the main beaches you’ll be used to on the south coast and worth a visit if you have a hire car to get you there.