Lenaki Apartments

The pool area is the hub of the Lenaki Apartments. It’s a picturesque area with a decent-sized terrace that has plenty of sunbeds and parasols. Kids also get their own pool.

Nearby, a snack bar serves fast food that you can eat on the roomy shaded terrace. In the evening, it hosts regular barbecue nights. Each apartment has its own kitchenette, complete with cooking rings and a fridge. A furnished balcony or terrace completes the picture.

In the evening, there’s a mix of bingo and quiz nights. What’s more, there’s a widescreen TV that shows sports and films.

Overview of Kos Town

When you head on a holiday to Kos, you’ll fall in love with this beautiful island. Although it’s only small, Kos packs a lot in, so you can expect to explore ancient structures, revel in the lively nightlife and visit family-friendly attractions.

Whether you’re looking to lounge on a beach and recharge your batteries or enjoy cultural attractions and exploration, there’s an area of Kos for you. The Lenaki Apartments is in the thriving capital of Kos Town, which is well connected to the island’s history. But, because the island’s only 40 kilometres long, it’s easy to swap the hustle and bustle for quieter spots like Marmari or Psalidi.

Things to do in Kos

The family-run Lenaki Apartments is close to the centre of Kos Town. When you fancy a day on the sand, Lambi Beach is a 15-minute walk away. The beach runs all the way to Kos Town’s harbour, with plenty of sunloungers and beach tavernas along the way.

The centre of Kos Town’s a 15-minute walk away. There’s something for holidaymakers of every persuasion here, from historic ruins to relaxing boat trips and buzzing nightlife.

Kos is bursting with activities and attractions. With striking white beaches, historic ruins and family-favourite attractions, every day of your stay will be action packed.

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.