Labranda Marine Aquapark

Right on the beach, Labranda Marine Aquapark is all about the water, with four pools and a stretch of sand at the bottom of the garden. For a moment of serenity, the adults-only pool has its own cocktail bar.

Kids get their own pools, too, one with mushroom-shaped sprinklers, the other with flumes that will keep children happy for hours on end.

With all that pool action, the three restaurants and two bars are very welcome. The buffet offers international cuisine the whole family will love, but there’s also an a la carte option and a pizzeria on the roof terrace.

Overview of Tingaki

Kos is the perfect destination for anyone looking for family-friendly fun. The island is only 40 kilometres long, which makes it the perfect size for exploring. You can drive from one end to the other in just over an hour, taking in some beautiful scenery on the way.

From water parks to historic ruins, there’s lots to see and explore on a holiday to Kos. Visit some of the best beaches in Greece where you can soak up the sun, or explore historical monuments – maybe pop by Hippocrates Tree, where the father of medicine taught his students.

With such a variety of attractions, no two days will ever be the same when you stay at the Labranda Marine Aquapark.

Things to do in Kos

Packed with pretty villages and bustling towns, Kos provides relaxing days and sightseeing fun in equal measure. With a stay at the Labranda Marine Aquapark, you’re only five kilometres from Tingaki’s tranquil resort centre. This is the perfect place to head in the evening for a traditional Greek meal. The moussaka is an absolute delight.

The capital city of Kos Town is also only 10 minutes away by car. With historic ruins, relaxing boat trips and steamy hot springs all on the menu, you’ll find everything you’re looking for here.

From Roman ruins to swanky marinas, a stay at the Labranda Marine Aquapark gives you millennia of history and culture to explore. With water on the doorstep and history a short drive away, a stay here gives you the best of both worlds.

Resort Summary

Tingaki beach is over six kilometres long and is where visitors and locals flock to enjoy the sunshine and bask in the unrivalled scenery of this part of the island. There are lots of sunloungers and parasols lining the sands, and tavernas and bars coat the shoreline, serving up snacks and cold drinks for sunbathing visitors.

This long stretch of sand has plenty of room for sun worshippers and, compared to its neighbouring cities, is blissfully quiet. You can look out across the sea to Turkey as you layer on the sun screen and stretch out over the soft sands. The shallow water here is ideal for those travelling with children as they can wade easily in the warm clear seas.

The town’s constant onshore breeze means this beach is also very popular with watersports enthusiasts. You can explore the waters and have some fun by kite surfing, wind surfing, water skiing and even scuba diving off this coast. Scuba diving courses are offered around the island for both experienced and new divers who want to take advantage of the incredible underwater marine life.