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Camel

Camel beach is found on the south coast of Kos and 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 which makes a nice change.

Marmari Go Karts

The Marmari go karting track is roughly 500m long with a mix of fast straights and tight corners, it's also wide enough to allow plenty of overtaking without being dangerous. There's an outdoor spectators area and an indoor area with snacks and drinks.

Lido Water Park

Lido Water Park is close to the village of Mastichari on the north coast of Kos. It has slides, rubber ring slides, a space bowl, lazy river, kids area and more. It's easy to get to with Buses from neighbouring resorts and a 500 space car park on site.

Eleftherias Square

Eleftherias square is one of the busiest meeting places in Kos town and sits just off the main road that runs along the side of the harbour. Eleftherias square is a nice area to sit and have a drink or a meal and is also home to the Archaeological Museum.

Antimachia Windmill

The Antimachia windmill is in the centre of Antimachia village. The windmill has been lovingly restored back to it’s fully working best. It’s also decorated with traditional fabrics, oil lamps and other traditional items making it a lovely place to have a look round.

Aquatica Water Park

The Aquatica water park is located on the south coast of Kos just outside Kardamena. It's a fairly small water park but it still packs in a good amount of rides, there’s 6 slides including a fast Kamikaze one, a 4 lane racing slide and a rubber ring one too.

Kanapitsa

Kanapitsa is a beautiful peninsula towards the south of Skiahtos down at bus stop 12. It's around 6km from the capital Skiathos Town which is a short 10-15 minute drive. Kanapitsa has a quiet and relaxed feel with a few tavernas scattered about.

Koukounaries

The village of Koukounaries is much smaller than you'd expect being connected to such a popular beach, it's basically a single main road that has a number of restaurants, supermarkets and other facilities dotted along it, there's not much nightlife though.

Megali Ammos

Megali Ammos is within walking distance of the islands capital Skiathos Town and the name literally means "big beach" so it's easy to see why it's a popular place to stay. The beach is about a kilometre long, it's narrow and a mix of shingle and soft sand.

Skiathos Town

Skiathos Town is the main harbour for the island and capital of Skiathos. This will be the best place to stay for a lot of people travelling to Skiathos. It offers plenty of bars and restaurants for the evenings and is on the main road so it’s easy to get about.

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