Blue Lagoon Resort

Welcome to the Blue Lagoon Resort, part of the Blue Lagoon Group of hotels and resorts in the Greek Islands. A hop, skip and a jump away from a sandy sun lounger-lined beach, this bright, modern complex is bursting with five pools to play in, five restaurants serving international cuisine to feast on and eight, yes eight, bars to drink in. Spend your days chasing a ball around the tennis court or five-a-side pitch. Challenge the family to a mini-golf tournament or head to the spa for a sauna or beauty treatment. And Blue Lagoon Resort has a fantastic evening entertainment programme to keep you busy until the wee hours.

Overview of Kos Town, Kos

Holidays to Kos are full of hidden surprises. In the island’s capital, Kos Town, Roman ruins and sun-kissed beaches vie for attention with pulsating nightclubs and natural wonders. Sailboats wait to take you to scenic islands, and picturesque squares and historic buildings blend into the old town. It’s no wonder this little piece of heaven in the Aegean Sea is one of Greece’s holiday hotspots. Pack your suntan lotion, put on a hat and embrace the culture of this vibrant town on a holiday to remember.

Things to do in Kos Town, Kos

The Blue Lagoon Resort is just 2km from Kos Town, with its colourful, bustling marina backing on to the ruins of Neratzi, a 15th-century castle. Kos is the birthplace of the father of medicine, Hippocrates and the 500-year-old tree where he taught his students is a tourist attraction not to be missed. Take a tour of the entire island by boat. Sail gently into the wind on a ship or sprint from beach to beach on a speedboat. Soak your stresses away in the Embros Therme Geothermal hot springs, then pop next door and explore the ruins of Asclepeion, with its columns, the remains of two temples and fantastic views over Kos Town. Whether you’re souvenir shopping in the public market, dancing the night away in Diakon and Nafklirou streets or watching the sunset from mountain-top Zia, you’ll love your time on this enchanting island.

Resort Summary

Kos’ capital city is known for its historic structures and cosmopolitan array of shops and restaurants. You’ll find everything you’re looking for in Kos Town including central beaches, a busy marina, thought provoking museums and excellent nightlife venues.

This area dates back to the year 366 BC and is steeped in rich history, so it’s also an ideal holiday spot if you want to explore Kos’ ancient roots. If you’re looking for cheap package holidays to Greece that offer a little bit of everything, Kos Town is a great choice.