Blue Lagoon Village

The Blue Lagoon Village is part of the Greek-wide Blue Lagoon Hotel Group. This five star, All-Inclusive holiday complex is near Kefalos on the west of Kos. Built to blend in with the landscape, this modern hotel boasts five swimming pools, eight restaurants and five bars. Children will make friends in the creche or kids’ club while you visit the wellness centre for some pampering and relaxation. Daytime activities abound around the pool. In the evenings, there’s a full entertainment programme with shows at the hotel’s very own theatre.

Overview of Kos

In the warm waters of the Aegean Sea, you’ll find the island of Kos, one of Greece’s top holiday destinations. Where ruins rub shoulders with whitewashed villages, and beautiful beaches butt up against rugged shorelines as the sun shines down from a clear blue sky. From Blue Lagoon Village, ditch the four-wheeled transport and head out on a horse or bike to explore the countryside. Meander around picture-perfect marinas and have a meal in a traditional taverna. Or simply sit on the beach, work on your tan and watch the world go by. One thing’s for sure, a holiday to Kos will exceed your expectations.

Things to do in Kos

The Blue Lagoon Village is 10km from Kefalos, a hillside village with an enticing mix of old-town charm and holiday vibes. Visit the ruins of the Basilica of Agios Stefanos or head for the shops for some souvenirs. Stroll hand in hand on the most popular beach on Kos, Paradise Beach, splash in the blue waters or bounce across the waves on a jet ski. Enjoy the peace of Plaka Forest as you walk along the trails framed by pine trees and peacocks. Or take a day trip to the island of Nisyros to see its impressive volcanic crater. Whether you’re looking for family fun, action and adventure or a peaceful break under the Mediterranean sun, Kos, with its rich culture, clement weather and miles of sandy shores, is the place to be.

Resort Summary

Historic structures, numerous beaches and beautiful natural landscapes are only a few of the attractions the region of Kefalos has to offer. This budding tourist destination is separated into two halves, one being the old town area in the hills, and the other a scenic coastal spot. You can spend your days exploring through the narrow winding streets, having a leisurely meal in a traditional Greek tavern or sunning yourself on one of the several beaches in the Kefalos region. It’s particularly easy to source cheap holidays to Kos along the island’s western coast, and this resort town is no exception.