Ikos Aria

The Ikos Aria is full to the brim with activities and perks for guests of all ages.

The hotel has 47 acres of grounds and a private beach to call its own. Despite its size, you can get drinks delivered to your lounger no matter what pool or bit of beach you’re lounging on, courtesy of the waiters.

Kids can spend active days at the hotel-run kids’ club or creche. If your little ones aren’t that little, there’s also a club for teens. Plus, while kids can work on their skills at the football academy, adults can make the most of the uber-relaxing adults-only pool.

When it comes to meals, you’ll have a choice of eight restaurants.

Overview of Kefalos

The beautiful Greek island of Kos is a great spot for a relaxing holiday in the sunshine. With immaculate beaches and dazzling waters, you’ll spend most of your holiday to Kos on the coastline. Top hotels like the Ikos Aria make the most of the coastal views, where you can see the surrounding Ionian Islands on a clear day.

As the island’s only 40 kilometres long, it’s also ideal for explorers, and you can head to a different resort every day.

Things to do in Kos

There’s so much to do at the Ikos Aria, you may find it hard to pull yourself away. But, when you do, you’ll be suitably rewarded.

Head up into the hills in nearby Kefalos and you can take a stroll through time in the old town, where historic buildings line the streets. One of the most interesting places to visit is the early Christian basilica. You can view the mosaics on display and admire the views out to sea.

Buses also leave Kefalos regularly and they’ll take you to Kos Town in only 40 minutes. It’s the island’s historical hub and also has more than 150 restaurants if you’re staying for a meal. Whether you’re looking for a quiet beach or historic structures, Kos has something for you.


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.